Hair colors have stereotypes, regardless of whether or not it's natural. A "fact" I've been hearing is that men may prefer to date blondes but they would settle down with brunettes. What do you think? I believe that considering the fact most of the european population has naturally brunette hair (or they were blondes at one point and turned brunette later) then that's the reason european men seem to settle down with them more often. Do you think this is a real fact or something like I said?
My hair is red. I guess there is no hope for me.
Men don't care about hair color unless it's gray or green with purple streaks. "Gentlemen prefer blondes" and "Gentlemen marry brunettes" are from titles of books written by Anita Loos in the 1920s, but got co-opted by hair bleach companies and ladies' magazines that ran ads for hair bleach.
If they were facts, how come I see all these women with red hair and jet black hair going out on dates and getting married?
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