Daily Daisy: Hair Care, Trends & Tips

Hair Color Preference Survey

Posted on 13 March 2012 in Daily Daisy by Daisy

A hair color preference survey was conducted by Bigen’s, a hair color company. Here are the results of hair color preference for men and women on the choice of blonde or brunette for their significant other.

-41 percent of males prefer blonde while 52 percent preferred brunette.
-74 percent of females preferred dark locks on their significant other.
-69 percent of women choose going lighter with their hair color.
-69 percent of people would color their hair regularly if hair color did not contain peroxide or ammonia.

This last fact is interesting for two reasons. 1. When highlighting or lowlighting hair using foils, hair color formulas do not contact the skin other than briefly in the shampoo bowl. 2. To appeal to segment of the population that does not want to use “normal” hair color because of peroxide or ammonia, a more recent invention has been produced without peroxide or ammonia but remember-the body produces ammonia. How does this newer, more recent hair color option compare? Use my search box for other “Daily Daisy” on this very topic and the pros and cons of hair henna or natural hair color may also be of interest, get the scoop and make an knowledgeable choice.

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