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16 Redhead-Approved Products We Used to the Last Drop

All Our Redhead Favs!

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Updated: May 25th, 2023

There’s something oddly satisfying about using up the last bit of a beauty product. It’s especially hard for redheads to find products we want to use again and again, then repurchase. This is why so many of us probably have partially used products collecting dust that should be tossed since they probably have expired. Are you curious to know the products we’ve been using up and rebuying? Here’s the ultimate list: 


We had to start off with our very own eyebrow + mascara line, and we know our customers will agree (read the 5-star reviews). The Finally Have Brows + Finally Have Lashes line can be purchased on a subscription basis so you do not have to get to get low, but we even use them to the very last drop. They’re that good. 



The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5

Alpha-H Vitamin B Serum

The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5: $9


NassifMD®️ Dawn To Dusk AM & PM Exfoliating Cleanser

CeraVe Hydrating Facial Cleanser

NassifMD®️ Dawn To Dusk AM & PM Exfoliating Cleanser: $23

Facial Oil:

Eminence Organic Skin Care Rosehip Triple C+E Firming Oil

Eminence Organic Skin Care Rosehip Triple C+E Firming Oil: $115


CoTZ Flawless Complexion Mineral Sunscreen SPF 50 – Lightly Tinted

My Day Screen Light/Medium Tinted Drops – SPF 30

CoTZ Flawless Complexion Mineral Sunscreen SPF 50 - Lightly Tinted: $28

Hair Products:

Finally Glossy® Shine & Luminosity Shampoo for Redheads

Together Beauty Natural Leave in Conditioner Whatever Wherever

AROMASE 5α Juniper Scalp Purifying Liquid Shampoo (featured in the Spring Deluxe H2BAR Box)

redhead shampoo

Rock it like a Redhead!


READ: 3 Redhead TikTokers Share Their Favorite Beauty Products

READ: The 10 Best Products for Sensitive Skin Under $10


Met Gala 2023: Redheads on the Red Carpet

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When May hits, the annual tradition we all know and love happens — the Met Gala! The 2023 Met Gala theme was in honor of the late Karl Lagerfeld. Guests wore a variety of looks inspired by him, and many of them were designed by the fashion houses Lagerfeld worked for including Balmain, Patou, Chloé, and Chanel. 

One thing notably missing from this year’s Met Gala was color. Most guests wore black, white, silver, or gold (Lagerfeld’s favorite color palette) with a few pops of pale peachy pink and red. The lack of bright colors was a distinct change from last year’s Met Gala. We only saw a few redheads hit the carpet this year, both natural and ‘by choice’, but here’s what they were wearing:

Jessica Chastain

In a shocking turn of events, we saw Chastain hit the carpet sans her famous red hair. The actress was almost unrecognizable with her platinum blonde wig for the event. Regardless, she looked stunning in a Gucci gown. 

Karen Elson

Model Karen Elson turned some heads with her fiery red hair and barely there gown by Christian Siriano. The natural strawberry blonde upped her hair to be even more vibrant and we loved it.


Famous redhead brother of Billie Eilish hit the carpet with his sister in a long reddish-brown trench and a simple yet elegant black bag. 

Halle Bailey

While she isn’t a natural redhead, we can’t help but show some love for our new Ariel queen, Halle Bailey. With the much-anticipated release of the new The Little Mermaid movie later this month, Bailey has been rocking the red. She hit the carpet in a white lace Gucci gown and cape.

Ice Spice

Rapper Ice Spice rocked her famous faux red at the 2023 Met Gala in a beaded white Balmain gown complete with a bedazzled camera accessory.

Rock it like a Redhead!


READ: Julianne Moore’s Met Gala Makeup Secrets

READ: It Is Time Natural Redheads Stop Hating Faux Redheads



Podcast S5, Ep2: Redhead Dating Advice with Dating Coach, Daliya Karnofsky

Your Redhead Dating Questions Answered

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Dating as a redhead isn’t always easy. Red hair can be a big point of attraction for some people and a bit of a deal breaker for others. 

Stephanie and Adrienne, our co-founders, wanted to dig into how dating as a redhead is different now than it was a decade ago, and how it’s different in general. To get all the answers and dive deep into the world of dating, professional dating coach Daliya Karnofsky joined the How to be a Redhead podcast for one very interesting episode.

Daliya is a natural redhead, esteemed Matchmaker, and Dating Coach who has worked privately for years with men and women on their journeys to love. She received a Master’s Degree from New York University (NYU) and her extensive education assists her in working with a variety of personality types. 

She utilizes her intuitive nature and attention to detail to select the best matches. Daliya’s years as a performer, personal Matchmaker, and Dating Coach make her an expert in finding the joy in dating. Her clients love her for being encouraging and giving them the confidence to move forward with exploring the dating world and validating their decisions and feelings around it. Interested in working with Daliya?! Reach out to her here.

As a matchmaker and dating coach, Daliya has a unique perspective on the world of dating and gives some great advice. Some of the questions she answered were: 

  • We usually open our conversations with the question, “What was your experience like growing up as a redhead?” But, we wanted to take it a step further and ask you – what was it like growing up as a redhead, and how was it dating for you as a redhead?
  • How has dating changed from when you first started to now? How have you seen dating norms change over the last 10 years? 
  • Do you think redheads (both men and women) are in a unique situation when it comes to dating? 
  • BRAVO’s ‘Millionaire Matchmaker’, Patti Stanger, said, “Wealthy men hate redheads.” This was back in 2011 and we never believed her when we heard this. We were wondering if this is the case for you. Do some men/women prefer redheads, do some prefer NOT to date redheads? 
  • For redhead women, do they ever consult with you about beauty tips before going on a date? 
  • Let’s talk profile pics! Red hair is loud in proud in dating profile pics. How can a redhead best communicate who they are and what they’re looking for with their profile pic? Any tips? 
  • Do you have redhead clients? Is there anything similar about what they all want? 
  • How did you get into matchmaking?! What is your #1 tip for redheads (male or female) when dating?

Hear the answer to these questions and more on the second episode of this season of How to be a Redhead. Listen below, or find the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts: 


READ: Online Dating: A Redhead’s First Hand Account

READ: 11 Things Every Redhead Has (Probably) Heard in Their Lifetime

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6 Best Mother’s Day Gifts for Redhead Moms in 2023

Looking for a Gift for the Mom in Your Life?

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Updated: 2023

Mother’s Day is days away. If you haven’t picked something out yet don’t worry, we have you covered. Here are six gifts the redhead mom in your life is sure to love. 

1. Deluxe H2BAR Box

If she loves all things beauty and skincare, get her the H2BAR Box — the Redhead Beauty Subscription Box. Opt for a one-time delivery or keep the magic going quarterly. These boxes are packed with ‘Redhead-Friendly’ beauty and skincare products she will love to try.

2. Finally Have Brows® + Finally Have Lashes® Complete 6 Product Set

If she’s into makeup, get her something from the Finally Have…line. A complete collection of redhead brow products and mascaras.  


3. Finally Glossy® Shine & Luminosity Shampoo for Redheads

It took many years to custom-make the Finally Glossy® formula and we’re so excited for redheads to enjoy it. We’re thrilled to release another clean redhead beauty product. It is paraben-free, cruelty-free, sulfate-free, petroleum-free, mineral-oil, and vegan. It also contains no perfume, is free of gluten and is silicone-free, phthalate-free, formaldehyde-free and cocamidopropyl betaine-free. This clean formula is formulated with Vitamin B3, olive oil, coconut oil and green tea.

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4. Coolibar UPF 50+ Women’s Marieta’s Sun Wrap

For the mom who loves to be outdoors, get her a UPF sun wrap. This protective wrap is chic and sensible, just like her. With built-in sun protection, we love the Coolibar UPF 50+ Women’s Marieta’s Sun Wrap.

5. Conair Soothing Pedicure Foot Spa Bath

If mom needs a little at-home relaxation, a home foot spa is a must. This Conair Soothing Pedicure Foot Spa Bath has soothing vibrations and a deep basin with jets so she can relax and unwind. Pair this gift with other relaxing items like a Shiatsu Neck Massager, some Aromatherapy Shower Steamers, and a pack of soothing face masks for the full home spa experience.

6. Last-Minute Gifts

And of course, if you’re reading this too close to Mother’s Day, there’s still time to get an H2BAR gift card, pick up her favorite flowers and a nice card, take her to dinner, or cook her favorite meal at home. Moms give so much for their families, make this day as special as she is. 


READ: 5 Things My Mother Taught Me About Being a Redhead

READ: 5 Tips for Moms Raising Confident Redhead Daughters



Here Are The Redhead Actors Playing Barbie in the New Live-Action Movie

Barbie Might be Blonde, but We're Seeing Red!

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One of the summer’s most anticipated films is Barbie. There have been tons of Barbie movies over the years, but this new addition to the Barbie movie universe is a live-action take on the classic doll and her wonderful world. Unlike the other Barbie movies, this one is for adults. The trailers show witty humor packed in with nostalgia for a generation of girls who grew up Barbie-obsessed.

The movie stars Margot Robbie as the main Barbie and tons of backup Barbie’s and Ken’s. One thing we LOVE about the new movie is the amount of redheads featured. Unfortunately, none of the redhead Barbies are being played by natural redheads, but we will take what we can get. 

Emerald Fennell is playing Midge who was introduced to the Barbie universe in 1963 and marketed as Barbie’s best friend. The Midge doll has always been a redhead and is probably the most well-known redhead from the Barbie line. 

Hari Nef, an actress and model best known for her role in the Emmy-winning television show Transparent, is playing a doctor Barbie with ginger locks.

Nicola Coughlan, best known for her role in Derry Girls and her other redhead role as Penelope Featherington in the Bridgerton series, is playing a diplomat Barbie with bright red hair.

Michael Cera is playing a redhead doll named Allan. He was introduced just one year after the Midge doll as a friend of Ken’s. Fun fact, the doll was named after the son-in-law of Ruth Handler, co-founder of Mattel.

Rock it like a Redhead!


READ: Top 17 Redhead Barbie Dolls You Need To Know About

READ: Uplifting Movies: ‘Good Redhead Vibes Only’ Movie Challenge

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8 Foundations We Love For Redheads This Spring

Find Your New Spring Fav!

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During the spring months, we’re always on the hunt for the perfect lightweight, breathable foundation that will keep our redhead skin looking hydrated and flawless. It’s time to put away the heavy foundations of winter. This is a compiled list of some of our favorite foundations for redheads this spring:

1. L’Oreal Paris Infallible 24 Hour Fresh Wear Foundation

Spring weather is usually warm, but sometimes it can get downright hot. Having a super lightweight foundation that offers coverage while feeling like you’re wearing nothing is key. We love the L’Oreal Paris Infallible 24 Hour Fresh Wear Foundation.   

L'Oreal Paris Infallible 24 Hour Fresh Wear Foundation: $16

2. Maybelline Fit Me Dewy + Smooth Foundation Makeup

The season is all about being light, bright, and fresh. Maybelline Fit Me Dewy + Smooth Foundation Makeup gives you a stunningly dewy complexion that will leave your skin looking and feeling amazing all spring long. 

Maybelline Fit Me Dewy + Smooth Foundation Makeup: $9

3. COVERGIRL Clean Fresh Skin Milk Foundation

COVERGIRL Clean Fresh Skin Milk Foundation helps to nourish the skin and the dewy finish keeps it looking soft and supple all spring long. This is also a wonderful option for a spring foundation that’s budget-friendly

COVERGIRL Clean Fresh Skin Milk Foundation: $14

4. Saie Slip Tint Dewy Tinted Moisturizer SPF 35

For those “no makeup” makeup days where you want to even the skin tone, but want to keep your freckles shining through. You have to try Saie Slip Tint Dewy Tinted Moisturizer SPF 35.

Saie Slip Tint Dewy Tinted Moisturizer SPF 35: $36

5. e.l.f. Flawless Finish Foundation

Another super affordable budget-friendly option is e.l.f. Flawless Finish Foundation. It will give you a nice matte finish which is perfect for hot spring days or redheads with oily skin.

e.l.f. Flawless Finish Foundation: $6

6. Lauren Brooke Cosmetiques Cream Foundation

For the wellness redheads, you don’t have to skip the foundation! Instead, opt for something organic like this amazing cream foundation Lauren Brooke Cosmetiques Cream Foundation.

Lauren Brooke Cosmetiques Cream Foundation: $33

7. PÜR 4-in-1 Pressed Mineral Makeup SPF 15

Another must for oily-skinned redheads is a pressed powder foundation. Wear it alone or pair it with your favorite light coverage products for something more buildable. We love PÜR 4-in-1 Pressed Mineral Makeup SPF 15.

PÜR 4-in-1 Pressed Mineral Makeup SPF 15: $24

8. Kosas Revealer Skin-Improving Foundation SPF 25

If you’re looking for a foundation that doubles as skincare, look no further than Kosas Revealer Skin-Improving Foundation SPF 25. This buildable foundation is packed with amazing skincare ingredients like Hyaluronic Acid and Niacinamide.

Kosas Revealer Skin-Improving Foundation SPF 25: $42

Rock it like a Redhead!


READ: 7 Must-Try Lip Stains and Tints for Redheads This Spring

READ: How Redheads Can Apply Foundation Without Covering Freckles


Why Writing About Redhead Topics Are Important To Us

Redheads need advice too.

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Most people think being a redhead is just a hair shade, but it’s more than a hair color. It’s a lifestyle. When we started How to be a Redhead over a decade ago, we wanted to build a community so redheads have the tools they need. Here are some reasons we write for redheads — both natural and ‘by choice’: 

1. We want to empower young redheads (and their parents)

A huge reason H2BAR was born is because our co-founders, Stephanie and Adrienne, had questions about beauty, makeup, skin, and hair. When they got old enough to seek it out, they realized there wasn’t an outlet for redheads because no one was targeting the unique group of people. They took their knowledge and decided to help other generations of young redheads. Recommended reads for young redheads:

And for the parents who are raising young redheads, we want to help and support you too. We know you might not always have the advice or the answers your young redhead is looking for, but this community can help to empower and build confidence in your redhead child.

2. We want to create a guide for all redheads 

Young redheads aren’t the only ones who need a little guidance. We want redheads of all ages to be able to come to our community for advice on skincare, makeup, and hair. Articles featured on are filled with articles covering all topics in all categories — including ‘Redhead-Friendly’ approved product recommendations. Check out some popular topics:

3. We want to educate redheads about their unique traits

Being a redhead is more than what meets the eye. Along with the hair color comes a number of health and lifestyle issues that are important for redheads to be aware of. Many of these issues are only talked about within the redhead community, so we want to help spread knowledge and information to help redheads live a happy and healthy life. 

Some of these issues include things like a higher risk of skin cancer and the need for more anesthesia. Here are some reads we recommended for redheads looking for more knowledge about these topics:

Rock it like a Redhead!

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Sunscreen Spray for Face: Best Facial SPF Mists for Redheads

Add an Extra Layer of Protection

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SPF facial sprays are becoming increasingly popular, and for redheads who wear makeup, it is a must for your collection. Keeping your face protected throughout the day no longer means messing up your redhead makeup. Here’s everything you need to know about SPF facial sprays: 

The benefits of SPF facial sprays:

There are plenty of ways to stay protected without an SPF spray, but if you wear makeup you will benefit greatly from having one. Withtraditional sunscreens, they have to be applied under makeup which means reapplying requires you to take the makeup off; or you can choose to apply on top, but it may get messy or you might choose to not reapply. When you don’t re-apply SPF, it means your face isn’t protected and you run the risk of sunburn, skin cancer, and sun damage.

Facial sprays can be applied over the top of the makeup throughout the day, both refreshing the look and adding a layer of protection. Win, win! 

Facial SPF spray vs. regular SPF spray

You probably have a bottle of spray sunscreen for your body and might be wondering if you can use it on your face. The answer is yes, but at a cost. Most body sunscreen is not formulated for the face and may leave your pores clogged and/or cause your makeup to look oily and messy. For sensitive-skinned redheads, you really need something that is intended for your face to make sure you aren’t irritating your already sensitive redhead skin.

Is SPF facial spray enough?

Like many spray or mist products, there’s always room for error and missed spots. The best way to use an SPF facial spray is in conjunction with other SPF products.

This is an ideal way to prep your skin for the sun:

  • Apply sunscreen under your makeup, or choose a foundation with SPF factor
  • Spritz SPF facial spray and reapply every 2 hours 

The best SPF facial sprays for redheads:

Sun Bum Face Mist SPF 45 

COOLA Organic Sunblock Face Mist SPF 50

Pacifica Set & Protect Matte Sheer Setting Mist SPF 45

Milani Make It Last Sunscreen Setting Spray SPF 30

Supergoop! (Re)setting Refreshing Mist SPF 40

sunscreen for redheads

Rock it like a Redhead!


READ: Why Redheads Should Know About The New “Glowy SPF” Category

READ: 4 Ways Redheads Can Make Sure They’re Remembering To Apply SPF


Podcast S5, Ep1: First Redhead to Win Miss England, Jessica Gagen

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Season 5 of the How to be a Redhead podcast has made its debut. We kicked off this new season with a much-anticipated guest, Jessica Gagen. 

Gagen is a fashion model and science educator. She was crowned Miss England in 2022 and made history as the first natural redhead to win the title. She is passionate about aviation and women in STEM fields. For those not familiar with STEM, it is the field of natural sciences, math, engineering, and technology.

In May of 2022, posted an article telling redhead readers about Gagen’s ambition to be Miss England, and how she suffered from severe bullying because of her red hair. Gagen was crowned Miss England 22/23 in October 2022 and is the very first redhead to represent England. Read the follow-up article about her win here

After winning, she posted on IG saying: “The moment a dream came true… I’m blessed to have been crowned the very first redheaded Miss England and strive to empower children facing torment for their red locks whilst showcasing the phenomenal opportunities which lie in STEM careers along the way. Exciting things to come!”

When we spoke with Jessica, we had some burning questions all about her experience as a young redhead, about the bullying, about the amazing path life has taken her on both as a woman in STEM and a beauty queen, and of course, we had to get some redhead hair care recs.

Here are some of the exciting questions Jessica Gagen answers during the podcast:

  • We know life as a young redhead wasn’t so easy and you experienced a lot of teasing and severe and malicious bullying. What was it like for you growing up as a redhead, especially in England?
  • How were you able to overcome the bullying? Or has it stayed with you as you’ve gotten older?
  • We know you’re passionate about women in STEM. Tell us more.
  • Can you say you truly love your red hair now? 
  • Speaking of your red hair, tell us about your hair care routine. Your hair looks so long and luscious!
  • We know you will now compete in Miss World 2023. At the airing of this episode, filming for Miss World is set for May 2023 but the date is still TBA. We can’t wait to watch you take the stage and make redheads everywhere proud. How are you preparing for this? Are you nervous? Excited?
  • What is the best thing about being a redhead?

You can hear all the answers to these questions and more, plus learn which drugstore hair product Gagen loves using to keep her red hair silky and smooth. Available right here on, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts: 

Rock it like a Redhead!


READ: Stop Redhead Bullying: 4 Tips For Creating a New Story for Your Life

READ: 25 Redheads on Why They Love Their Red Hair

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What Does Ethical & Sustainable Beauty Mean For Redheads?

Celebrate sustainability every day, not just on Earth Day.

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When most people think of sustainability, their first thoughts are things like recycling, composting, and low-waste living. When it comes to the beauty-world, sustainability is so much more. Beauty is by nature a consumer market. The items are meant to be consumed and repurchased while also staying hygienic and safe for use, and this cycle doesn’t always fit the mold of sustainability. So, what does sustainability mean in the beauty world? What steps can you take to be more sustainable with your beauty products? And, what does sustainability mean for redheads? 

Sustainability in beauty can be broken down into three basic parts and each part impacts the sustainability of a product. The best option is to find beauty products that are sustainable in all three ways, but if you can find one or two ways it’s a great start too: 

  1. Sourcing, manufacturing, production, and packaging: Choosing products made by companies that have committed to low waste production, ethical practices, and using recycled materials is a way to put your money towards more sustainable options. This applies to everything from the company that makes the product to the stores you buy from. 
  2. Ingredients and testing: If you’re wondering how sustainability impacts redheads, this is a big one. Some products are filled with chemicals and harmful ingredients that are bad for the earth, the environment, your sensitive skin and red hair. These harmful products are less sustainable than those with clean ingredients, deemed cruelty-free, and do not test on animals. 
  3. Use and Disposal: Products that come in reusable, refillable, recycled, or recyclable packaging is always a more sustainable option. 

Consumers have to make conscious and informed decisions to be more sustainable. Here are a few ways you can implement more sustainability in your life: 

  • Buy multi-use products: The less you buy, the more sustainable you can be. Choose products that can serve multiple purposes and will leave you with less waste. 
  • Only buying what you need: It’s a simple concept — over-purchasing leads to excess waste. Start returning items you won’t use, or donate unopened items to an organization like Project Beauty Share or to a friend. This also means limiting back stock in your own home; wait until your products are almost gone to repurchase. If you purchase too far ahead you could run the risk of a product expiring or your taste changing before you have a chance to use it. 
  • Check the ingredients list: As mentioned, some products are more harmful to both the environment and your skin, so choosing cleaner products helps you to be more sustainable. At the same time, clean products are great for redhead skin. 
  • Reuse when you can and recycle what you can’t: Not all beauty products are going to be packaged in reusable packaging. If you come across something that isn’t then make sure you recycle what you can and dispose of the rest in the best way possible. 

Did you know H2BAR products are clean, vegan, paraben-free, sulfate-free and cruelty-free? Shop Finally Have Brows + Finally Have Lashes!

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READ: Earth-Friendly Beauty Brands + Tips on Redhead-Approved Beauty Sustainability

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7 Scientific Facts About Redheads You Might Not Know About

The Facts Don't Lie!

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There are a million-and-one “redhead facts” floating around on the web and on social media. Many of them are based on myths, rumors, or stereotypes and can’t be proven or only applied to some redheads. For example, it has been said redheads create their own Vitamin D. While this is true, redheads should still check with their doctor on their personal levels of Vitamin D. Many redheads report they’re still low on Vitamin D even though their bodies supposedly produce more. 

Being born with red hair isn’t just a fluke — it’s in our genes. This is why there are some hard core scientific facts about redheads and our uniqueness.

Check out these 7 scientifically proven facts about redheads:

1. Red hair is recessive

Some non-redheads seem confused about how red hair comes to be, and are usually shocked when non-redhead parents have a redhead baby. Scientifically, we know red hair is recessive and is carried by a recessive gene. This gene can skip one or more generations and as long as both parents carry the gene, a child may have red hair even if neither of their parents are redheads. It’s also possible for a family with multiple children to have children with red hair and children without. 

2. Redheads do need more anesthesia

Redheads feel pain differently, which is why redheads need more anesthesia. The actual amount will differ from redhead to redhead, but it’s been proven by science that natural redheads will need more than blondes or brunettes. 

3. Redheads have a higher risk of skin cancer

Having red hair does come with a few downfalls, and one is that we are at a higher risk of skin cancer. This is because the gene that creates red hair also affects melanin production making redheads less protected from the sun.

4. Red Hair is rare

Redheads only make up 1 – 2% of the world’s population, making it the rarest naturally occurring hair color in humans. 

5. Redheads aren’t going extinct

Because red hair is rare, people like to say redheads will go extinct. This isn’t true! Even if there were no more visible redheads on earth, red hair is a recessive gene and there’s no way to know when it could pop up again.

6. Redheads have less hair, but thicker strands

Redheads have fewer strands of hair on their heads with around 90,000. Brunettes have the most with around 140,000 and blondes come in second with 110.000. But, redheads are said to have thicker strands. 

7. Not all redheads have freckles

Red hair is often linked to freckles, but the two genes are actually separate. This means not all redheads have freckles, and not all people with freckles carry the redhead gene. 


READ: 3 Strange (But True) Facts About Redheads

READ: Would You Dig Deep To Know More About Your Redhead Genetic Makeup?

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7 Best Face Sunscreens for Oily Redhead Skin

Stay sun safe without worrying about breakouts

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For redheads with acne-prone, oily skin, sunscreen can feel like a losing battle. Sunscreen can often lead to further breakouts and irritation to the skin, but not wearing can leave you at risk for sun damage, sunburn, and skin cancer. It’s a double-edge sword. 

We have spent many years testing products at H2BAR. It’s very true that the type of sunscreen you’re using can greatly impact how it wears on the face. We’ve also learned that there are a few steps you can take to help reduce SPF breakouts

Here are some of the best sunscreens we have found for oily redhead skin: 

Category: Best Facial SPF For Oily/Acne Prone Skin:

1. La Roche-Posay Anthelios Clear Skin Dry Touch Sunscreen SPF 60, Oil Free Face Sunscreen for Acne Prone Skin 

2. Neutrogena Clear Face Liquid Lotion Sunscreen for Acne-Prone Skin 

3. Eucerin Sun Oil Control SPF 50 Face Sunscreen Lotion with Oil Absorbing Minerals 

4. innisfree Daily UV SPF Sunscreen Broad Spectrum

sunscreen for sensitive skin

innisfree Daily UV SPF Sunscreen Broad Spectrum: $16

Face & Body SPF for Oily Skin

5. Paula’s Choice Extra Care Non Greasy, Oil Free Face & Body Sunscreen SPF 50 

6. Neutrogena Sport Face Sunscreen SPF 70+, Oil-Free Facial Sunscreen – Sweat-resistant option!

7. BLUE LIZARD Sensitive Mineral Sunscreen with Zinc Oxide, SPF 50+ 


L'Oreal Paris Infallible 24 Hour Fresh Wear Foundation: $15


READ: Best Sunscreen Tips and Products For Redheads With Oily Skin

READ: What Is a Sunscreen Oil and Can Redheads Use It?