What percentage of woman blondes are true blondes?
I think it depends on what you consider a "true blonde". Women with light brown hair are sometimes called "dark blondes".
And i find real true blondes quite inteligent ,the same for raven dark haired
women, it is all the in betweens that are dumb, ouch,
Had to vote for 30%. There are so many fakes out there...
It's the fakes that give blondes a bad name, all that peroxide addles the brain. (I have to say that because so many relatives are blonde.)
I don't see to many fakes down here.
There are quite a few, but no more than 30% are fake. Depends on the area I guess. I would assume Los Angeles is filled with fakes.
After the first couple of dozen slaps, I quit trying to check.
What I don't understand is why we all got confused where Tribdog had gone when you arrived...
According to wikipedia 1.8% of the world's population is blonde. I would think that would mean the percentage of fake blondes would be quite high. However, there are no numbers on regional blonde percentages, so I'm not sure.
The definition is lot stickier than most people think. In the first place, an awful lot of people everyone would agree are natural blondes dye their hair anyway to get a richer shade. A lot of brunettes do that, too.
In the second place, it changes. I was quite blonde (and naturally so) until I was about 18. Even then, since my hair was well below my shoulders, it would bleach (without help, thank you) until most if it was clearly blonde. I cut it quite short when I graduated college, and it was clearly light brown at best after that. They used to call that shade "dirty blonde".
Anyone who started dying thier hair before it darkened would probably stick to the same shade and still consider themselves a "natural blonde".
Are you talking about hair-color or brain capacity?
My daughter died her blonde hair dark but gave up when I accused her of trying to create artificial intelligence.
Hahahahahha, funny :rofl:
How would you know?
eyebrows are a dead giveaway to colored hair
as is the rug not matching the drapes [if you get lucky]
does the 1.8% number count kids born blond who change later in life?
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