Light brown skin:

Light brown skin is probably the most frequent skin colour in the world. It roughly corresponds to a Luschan scale of 12-17. It is very common in European regions with subtropical climate, and most cold and temperate non-European regions. It is frequent in Mediterraneans, Turkic groups, Siberians, East Asians, Polynesians, and many Native Americans. In the latter groups, the light brown skin tone often shows a slight yellowish, sometimes reddish tendency. The protection against solar radiation is modest, it can burn easily in untanned individuals, especially in tropical regions. During the Paleolithic, it also dominated in European populations. During the summer months, the skin tans easily, reaching a darker brown which offers a good protection against solar radiation. Most individuals with light brown skin have brown or black hair and dark eyes.