Type keyword s to search. Today's Top Stories. A famous and memorable breed. Because, whatever she does to her hair, we will always think of Emma Stone as one of them. Had she been blond, she wouldn't have launched nearly so many ships.
Normally we're used to seeing Judas portrayed in paintings with red hair, however in many cases Jesus likewise is depicted as a redhead. In fact, research into the Rabbula Gospels the earliest dated Christian manuscript has revealed that some of the images in the document have been repainted, and that the hair of Jesus Christ had been changed from curly red to straight black. The Letter of Lentulus, an epistle supposedly sent by Publius Lentulus to the Roman Senate, but thought by scholars to be a forgery, also describes a red-haired Jesus. Stating that his hair was the "colour of the ripe hazel-nut". Some Islamic accounts describe Jesus with a reddish complexion as well.
So, when you see amazing red hair in the streets, chances are it's not natural. This isn't to say that true redheads don't exist. They certainly do, but when a woman with a gorgeous shade of red passes by you, don't assume it's completely natural.
But did you know that not all the actresses who played your favorite redhead are genuine ones? Read on to find out. Game on! This Aussie beauty was born to Scottish parents in Oman. She went on to play incredible characters in many other movies.