Thirty years on, and a Disney live-action remake is happening. And so is a backlash of sorts, after Halle Bailey, an African-American singer, was cast in the main role. The problem is, naysayers insist, Ariel is meant to be ginger. This is racism. There was a similar backlash from so-called fans when a black woman was cast to play Hermione in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. On that basis, well, black goes with anything.
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The underwater princess has red hair, white skin and blue eyes in the famous Disney animation as well as in Hans Christian Anderson's original fairytale. The new direction for the big budget reboot has delighted many who claim that millions of girls of colour around the world deserve a Disney heroine they can relate to. But others who grew up watching the red headed mermaid have accused filmmakers of removing the essence of Ariel. Speaking in defence of year-old Halle's casting, one person wrote: "When I was younger, I loved The Little Mermaid because Ariel had hair like mine. That was important to me, people were mean.
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Normally, when activated by a certain hormone, MC1R sparks a series of signals that leads to the production of brown or black pigment. Yet, in cases when both parents are carriers of the recessive MC1R gene and said receptor is mutated or antagonized, it fails to turn hair darker, resulting instead in a beautifully fiery buildup of red pigment. As previously estimated by BBC News , between one and two percent of the world's population -- or 70 to million people -- are redheads. In Scotland and Ireland, around 35 percent of the population carry the recessive gene that yields crimson locks, and the redhead count is around 10 percent.
Red hair is very clearly one of the biggest summer beauty trends. Gotta have a super fire hair color to match the heat wave happening outside of our doors, right? Black women, in particular, are slaying the hair color which is super awesome, as so many people seem to think melanin and red hair can't look beautiful together. We rounded up our favorite celebrity redheads from the past and present to show just how stunning black women have looked and continue to look with luscious, red locks. Whether they slip into a crimson wig for the evening, try bright braids for a week, or dye their natural hair, black women are continuously killing the red hair trend.