Fair skin:

Fair skin roughly corresponds to a Luschan scale of 6-11. Fair skin is the typical skin tone of most Europeans excluding Mediterraneans. It sporadically occurs in Siberia (e.g. Evens, Negidals), North Africa, as well as parts of Asia and America, e.g. in Fuegians and Pacifids. The protection against solar radiation is relatively weak, and sunburn occurs easily, especially if the skin is untanned and in (sub)tropical regions. Typically developed in temperate climate. Was probably rarer during the Paleolithic and increased in frequency during the Neolithic in European farmers. During the summer months, the skin may reach a brown tone which offers greater protection to solar radiation. Fair-skinned individuals are often brown haired, sometimes blonde or black haired.