Dating a ginger man
That’s because people with fair skin have a relative lack of melanin – the pigment that protects skin from sun damage.And given that redheads are 100 times more susceptible to melanoma – the most deadly form of skin cancer - sun protection is essential.
Being of celtic complexion does bring with it a host of unique grooming challenges, though - from the aforementioned freckles and hair that’s coarse and frizzy to skin that’s dry, susceptible to premature ageing and burns faster than an Aussie bushfire.It was among the few animated series in Nickelodeon that was ahead of its time, featuring (relatively) realistic situations and teenage issues which soon set a mark for the future titles to come in the Teen Nick time slot.The most notable among the show pointed out that it didn't follow the Limited Wardrobe trope compared to the other Nick titles.After all, as my mum likes to say, a man without freckles is like a night without stars.Serving as the 15th show in the popular Nicktoons franchise, the show focuses mainly on the life of junior-high-school student Ginger Foutley.Redheads also have the lowest number of hair follicles (it just looks thicker because of the coarseness) and are also the most likely to suffer baldness after blondes.
There’s not much you can do about the baldness, but you can combat the coarseness with a conditioner such as Ojon Super Sleek Smoothing Conditioner (£23 from boots.com) which is designed to smooth and hydrate your barnet, or Kingsley’s own Smooth Cream (£18 from uk) which you slap on before styling.
At home, Ginger records her lively adventures in her diary.
Her little brother, Carl, is often scheming with Hoodsey Bishop in his own side plots; and her mother, Lois, is always there for advice, which Ginger is always open to listen to.
Guys with red hair have come a long way since I was at school.
Bullied, teased and labelled inferior (or worse still, likened to Mick Hucknall) they’re now, thanks to role models like Prince Harry and Damian Lewis, considered some of the most fanciable men on the planet.
Since it’s more vulnerable to razor burn and irritation, it’s crucial you re-hydrate skin after shaving with a moisturiser or a product like Nickel’s Bonne Gueule (£23.50 from uk) which has been specially created for paler complexions and features an anti-redness formula.