Question by  Lemmy (97)

Why don't I ever see any red-haired models?

They're all blond and brunette.


Answer by  sailoryue (853)

some shades of red are too loud. there are red headed models, but they dye their hair a darker shade, otherwise the bright orange draws attention from whats being modeled


Answer by  bradensmom (204)

Red-haired models are not as common because red hair is not as common a hair color. Also, red-haired people may not look as good in the same color palettes as blond and brunette haired models.


Answer by  MartynasGalinis (78)

Only about 2% of the population of the U.S. is redheaded, so that is why red-haired models are not so pouplar, also in the modeling world that percentage is even smaller.


Answer by  Feasel (1766)

They're around, you just need to know where to look, mainly in alcohol advertisements. But part of it has to do with its hard to find red-haired people in general.


Answer by  Anonymous

think about how many dark haired and blond haired people in the world there are? not just anyone can become a proffesional model. If only 4 or so % of the world has red hair there is nt going to be many that can become models. rare gems they are

You have 50 words left!