OutDaughtered Hazel Busby World Redhead Day

Yesterday Was A VERY Special Day For Hazel Busby & Here’s Why

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The OutDaughtered Instagram page, itsabuzzworld and Adam Busby both share adorable photos of Hazel Busby yesterday in celebration of a special day. Yesterday, Wednesday, May 26 was World Redhead Day. Keep reading to find out more about Hazel Busby and World Redhead Day. 

Reasons why OutDaughtered fans may be fond of Hazel Busby

A lot of OutDaughtered fans seem to have soft spot of Hazel Busby. This could be for several reasons. For example, she regularly has to go to the eye doctor for her nystagmus. Adam Busby once explains the condition as, “an involuntary eye flutter.” Many fans may remember that she’s already had one surgery for the condition. Fortunately, TV Shows Ace reports on a recent eye doctor appointment and reveals that Hazel doesn’t need another eye surgery (at the moment). 

Fact about redheads for World Redhead Day

While an eye condition sets her apart from her sisters, that’s not the only thing. Of her five other sisters, she’s the only redhead of the bunch. Not only is this unique in her family, but this is rare genetically. WKYC Studios reports on some fun facts about redheads. One of those facts is that “less than 2% of the world’s population has red hair.” As expected, the greatest concentration of redheads in the world is in Scotland (13%). This is followed closely by Ireland (10%). Keep reading to find out more about the significance of Hazel Busby being a redhead. 

How does Hazel Basil have red hair when her parents don’t?

One question that fans often ask is how does Hazel Busby have red hair when Adam and Danielle don’t? In 2018 the University of Edinburgh did a study to answer some questions about the genetics behind having red hair. The study was called, “Hair color gene study sheds new light on roots of redheads’ locks.” During this study, scientists discover that there are eight genes related to red hair. Previously, it was thought that a single gene (MC1R) controlled red hair. Additionally, Stanford University reveals that “both parents must carry the redhead gene for a baby to have red hair.”  Furthermore, “even if a parent doesn’t have red hair, they can still pass on a red hair allele to their child.”


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Are you happy to see Hazel Busby get recognition on World Redhead Day? Did you know any of the facts from above about redheads? Let us know in the comment section below. Make sure to come back to TV Shows Ace for more OutDaughtered news. 

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