I'm a natural brunette but I have warm-toned paler skin so I can go any color from dark blonde to medium brown (dark brown and black are too harsh on me, which is strange seeing as that's my natural color, but whatever).
Anyway my hair is like a dark blonde right now, and I feel like some people like it and other people hate it. Even the waiter at the place I usually go to lunch told me it looked better when it was brown. But I feel like with brown hair, it was kinda ho-hum, not standing out. I mean I wouldn't do the whole barbie-blonde bleach thing because that's boring, but I think strawberry blonde stands out, in sort of a California-girl way. Or is blonde just OUT? What's sexier? Every time I ask my boyfriend what to do with my hair he says "whatever you want"
- Blonde hair is sexierVote A
- Brown/black hair is sexierVote B
- Red hair is sexierVote C
- There is no preference AT ALL (not even a little)Vote D
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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, or sexiness, 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 being 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"
Blondes get more attention for a verity of reasons. Maybe because they stand out more (light color), or maybe for the stereotype that they are more fun and outgoing. When we think about blondes we are almost conditioned to become more excited. I think that the attention blondes get stems from this expected hotness.
Skin tone I think can work the same way. The quantity of attractive tanned women is far higher than the quantity of attractive women with pale skin. However, being that most red heads have pale skin, I would argue that the quality is inverse to it's quantity; once again based on the theory of scarcity.
Does this make since?8