Through my extensive scholarly research of hot women I have come to a very definite, scientific, conclusion of hair types for you. This of course has nothing to do with the actual quality of the human being, which is far more important as I'm sure you recognize. This observation is merely objective.
I have noticed that female hottness, in regards to hair color, can be quantified and qualified.
#1. The largest majority of attractive females are blond. This could be the reason for the stereotype that blonds get for be the "preferred" hot girl. Generally speaking of course.
#2. The quantity of attractive brunettes are less, however the quality of there hottness, in general, seems to be of greater caliber; possibly due to their higher scarcity.
#3. Even more rare than this is the attractive red head. We almost never see red heads that are attractive. When we do, however, they are most certainly reserved as having the highest quality of hottness. This based off the same economic theory of scarcity. "The rarer the bird, the finer the prize"
Length and style of hair should depend on the personality of the individual and possibly who she wants to attract.
Honestly, red hair is amazingly attractive to me. I don't know what it is, exactly, but I love it. But since they're not that common, I'd say that the majority of women I find attractive are brunettes. Blonds have never really done it for me.
Depends on skin tone and such like that. Really the stuff that girls think guys take for granted (like hair style,cut, highlight, ext), well we don't. I like a girl that has shorter hair (shoulders). It just depends on how she looks with the color. I don't like girls that dye their hair and it looks unnatural though.
I prefer dark hair, very dark brown or black. I don't usually go for blonde girls, although it's about personality, not hair color, when it comes down to it; so as long as I connect with the girl, then I don't mind about hair color.
The color of my girlfriend's hair at the time. In other words I have no preference! I really don't believe that changing your hair color will make you more attractive long-term. Underneath the hair you're still the same person, whether you're blond, redhead or whatever. Actually, having said that, I do like crazy punky hair, say with bright green, red or purple streaks.
I personally love all hair colors on girls, although blond hair does tend to catch my eyes the most -- probably because (in a lot of cases) -- or at least depending on where you go, blonde hair is the minority (perhaps because it's a recessive gene).
it honestly depends on the girl, and for me it has to look natural. Not that highlights can't work (sometimes they can, but usually on lighter colored brown hair, not darker brown hair), but I like it natural, and the only color I'm not super attracted to is black hair.