Angelica F. is from Suriname, South America where the main language is Dutch and finding a redhead in this part of the world is very rare. As she was growing up, she was seen as the “weird one” because everyone in Suriname is tan with dark hair and features. Once she got older and wiser, she took on a new confidence about her natural hair and people began looking at her differently. When people notice her now, they love her individuality and her red hair! She is so proud to be a redhead and wouldn’t want to change one thing about her appearance.
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