Will there be no more blondes?
The last natural blondes will die out within 200 years, scientists believe. A study by experts in Germany suggests people with blonde hair are an endangered species and will become extinct by 2202. But they say too few people now carry the gene for blondes to last beyond the next two centuries.
Is blonde hair becoming rare?
Only two percent of people in the entire world are naturally blonde into adulthood. According to LiveScience, most kids that are born blonde — even the most platinum babies — shift to brown hair by the time they turn ten. It all comes down to genetics and the amount of melanin in an individual’s hair strands.
Why is my hair not blonde?
Hair color is made by a pigment called melanin, which hair follicles produce. Follicles are structures in the skin that make and grow hair. With aging, the follicles make less melanin, and this causes the color to darken and then turn to gray. My hair is a natural golden blonde and is turning brown and brassy.
Do natural blondes still exist?
Because blond hair tends to turn brown with age, natural blond hair is significantly less common in adulthood; according to the sociologist Christie Davies, only around five percent of adults in Europe and North America are naturally blond.
Are blondes or Browns prettier?
It’s common knowledge that most men prefer blondes, right? Well, after coming across a recent study, it appears science provides evidence – despite popular belief – men might actually favor brunettes. According to Deborah Arthurs for Daily Mail, men find women with darker hair more sexually attractive.
Are blondes treated differently?
The bottom line is everyone is different but if you ask around, most women will tell you they’ve been treated differently when changing the color of their hair— and according to research, blondes really do have more fun. For more on the topic, we highly recommend listening to the audio embedded below. Enjoy!
Why did my blonde hair turn green?
That green you’re seeing is actually just an oxidized mineral buildup. “Copper, magnesium, and chlorine bind to the proteins on the surface of the hair shaft,” says Ionato. But don’t reach for a purifying shampoo—not only will it not remove the grassy tinge, it might actually strip hair dye.
Is it normal for people to have blonde hair?
With that said, blonde hair is still extremely popular (and gorgeous), and if it isn’t your natural hair color, you might want to explore the blonde side at some point.
Can You dye your hair blonde at home?
Generally, when it comes to dyeing your hair blonde at home, you should only go one to two shades lighter than your base color. Plus, keep in mind that if you’ve ever colored your hair before, you may not end up with the color you see on the box, which is another case when seeing a professional might be your best bet.
Is it easy to change your hair color from Brown to blonde?
While switching to blonde hair isn’t always the easiest hair color choice you can make because of the process involved, the good news is, whether you have black hair, brown hair, or red hair, you can DIY the hue—no salon visit necessary.
What kind of bleach can I use to make my hair blonde?
The L’Oréal Paris Feria Hyper Platinum Advanced Lightening System Bleach can lift up to eight levels for those with dark brown to light brown hair. Once you’ve chosen your perfect shade of blonde hair, it’s time to get to work!