Stigma Against Red Heads
Throughout history, redheadedness has been associated with negative traits such as:
"Redheaded women are either violent or false, and usually are both." They have been targeted as witches, deemed as 'naturally' quick-tempered, and viewed as not being the product of wedlock.
More benign stereotypes of redheads include the idea that they are more promiscuous, wilder, more passionate, and loud-mouthed. Also, redheaded women are more likely to be the subject of said stigma than redheaded men. Interestingly, among women who dye their hair, more women choose red shades than either blonde or brunette.
So if you are a redhead, follow the guide below to ensure that you overcome the unfair bias against you by looking the very best you can through wearing colors that complement and not clash with your hair color.
Colors Complementing Red Hair