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Kiss A Ginger day sees fairest of the land maximise their 'natural' assets

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It's Kiss A Ginger day and the fairest of the land, quite literally, can finally stand up proud and use their porcelain skin, freckles and fiery hair as a pulling magnet.

Red heads are thin on the ground throughout the UK but in Scotland we still have an abundance of Ginger - and we are not talking just Irn-Bru.

Some of our most famous and loved exports are redheaded and others have even opened a bottle of dye to become part of the club.Let's take a look at some of the heads who boast a bit of red on this very special day.Former model and Doctor Who actress Karen has taken Hollywood by storm with her natural look.The Inverness Jumanji talent might have had to shave off her famous red lock to play the bald and blue Nebula in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film series Guardians of the Galaxy and Avengers: Infinity War but we know she's red through and through.Glasgow born actor Tony Curran has been all manner of flame haired characters including 19th Century painter Vincent van Gogh, in Doctor Who's ‘Vincent and the Doctor’.Tony also played the invisible man but he's very much a proud ginge and wore it very well in The Outlaw King.Ewan McGregor might be about to hit our screens again in Disney Plus series Kenobi, but the Scots actor was born ginger.Over the years, Ewan has shaved his hair for roles including Trainspotting as well as dying his locks darker, but ultimately he qualifies as a natural red head.Who can forget Eurythmics star Annie's famous cropped carrot red hair worn with one of her finely cut suits in her now iconic video for Sweet Dreams.While Aberdeen born Annie went blonde and dark for other videos she will always be remembered for her diva style.

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