Red Heads Are ‘Better In Bed’, According To Science.

Prince Harry, Ed Sheeran, and Emma Stone are said to have partners who are considered very lucky according to scientific research. Several studies have indicated that individuals with red hair are believed to be more skilled in intimate relationships compared to those with brunette or blonde hair.

Their distinct physical characteristics and genetic makeup seem to make them excel in intimate situations. According to Stephen Douglas, the writer of “The Redhead Encyclopedia,” redheads have a ‘sweet and musky’ scent on their skin.

The unique scent comes from certain pheromones, possibly making people with red hair more appealing to others.

Additionally, individuals with red hair possess a specific gene called the MC1R gene, which is associated with their distinct red hair color.

It also makes these people more touch-sensitive than individuals with different hair colors.

A study carried out at the University of Hamburg suggests that individuals with red hair tend to have a more active sex life compared to those with blonde or brunette hair.

The research indicates that redheads, whether they are single or in a committed relationship, have more frequent sexual activities and also experience a higher rate of orgasms.

Ginger-haired women are said to experience orgasms more frequently than women with other hair colors, with a rate of 41 percent.

Another research discovered a link between red hair, especially in females, and different characteristics associated with sexual activity, specifically a heightened sexual drive.

Sex researcher Professor Dr. Werner Habermehl shared his thoughts:

“The sex lives of women with red hair were clearly more active than those with other hair colour, with more partners and having sex more often than the average.”

“The research shows that the fiery redhead certainly lives up to her reputation.”

Being a redhead has more benefits than just that.

People with red hair are also believed to keep looking young for a longer time.

Scientists at Erasmus University of Rotterdam found that individuals with the special MC1R gene tend to look around two years younger than their real age.

Yet, there is a drawback to these advantages, since individuals with red hair can withstand extreme temperatures better, which has its pros and cons.

Is red the most flattering hair color?

It’s up to you to make the decision.

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