Not really. Maybe I don't think so because I'm a blackhead myself. But it would be cool with that look deceive things. Anyway, the snow queens in both Narnia and a Danish fairy tale were evil. You could still tell they were evil. They looked like this:i.pinimg.com/.../...7eab96c7183447a6c59efe3914.jpgwww.photoshopcreative.co.uk/.../...ce_queenweb.jpgmir-s3-cdn-cf.behance.net/.../...5604d6d8afffa.jpgIn old Scandinavia cold was often associated with evil too. More than darkness in some places. Having a cold heart was the opposite of having a warm heart. Snow was cold and could kill, therefor it was evil. Mostly white people lived in Scandinavia.
The white witch seems way more evil here than the little boy with the dark hair:www.narniaweb.com/.../1234.jpgSo in my opinion white blonde people can also look as evil as dark people.
Any girl who claims to be "satanic" at your age probably has unresolved daddy issues and needs help.
@FýrdracaDócincel im not satanic.. Im a light brunette with blue eyes.. So?
I don't think hair and eye colors or any other physical features should be associated with being satanic or wicked. That would be racial prejudices.
No.. Skin is racial.. Hair and eyes aren't
Yes, they're. Facial features, hair and eye color also counts. This woman for instance has light-skin, blue eyes and medium blonde hair - like some Europeans. She's born that way. But many would say she still looks more African than North-European because of her facial features.i.huffpost.com/.../s-DESTINYBIRDSONG-large640.jpgIt's more common for Asians and Africans to have black hair than Scandinavians too. There aren't many Asians and Africans with natural blonde or orange hair. So yes, hair and eye color is as racial as the skin tone. So is facial features.
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Was going To say the same.
Women with black haor more than gongers tho.. I've rarely seen a scary movie with a ginger as the demon or ghost lol.. That demond wouldn't be so scary anymore..
I have light brown hair but its true.. Blondes look like angels.. Its si attractive for a girl to look like an angel too
Depends what your into. I think dark hair women are attractive there is something mysterious about them blondes look too innocent
Sorry but I rememer charmed, one has black, one brown an d one red hair... so half of your argument is wrong
Um. Nope I'm assuming u haven't watched the while charms.. Charmed reboot as well Yes there are at least 2 blondes in there
I took the time and looked for the charmed seasons dvds I own, and looked at google... I was right, even the new made charmed serie... one red, one brown and one brown close to red hair...
I did see 2 of them that are blondes... I am not so sure if they are the new charms or the old Charms but I think they are the reboot charms
Google charmed... problem solved... simple like that
You are right there was a blonde
Billie Jenkins played by the girl from the big bang theorie and i think there was another
Finally someone agrees with me
@prvn22 The picture you show is auburn, not orange.
@trixiepooch oh really baby
@trixiepooch apart of it you have unconditional beauty seem there is angel comes from heaven
actually woman with blonde hair is angel .thanks
Did you say witch or bitch?
@TrixiePooch i'm bothxx~ Mrs Manson
It's from the TV-series Salem. Considering watching it? I don't recommend that show. It's both cringeworthy, historical inaccurate and portrays historical people in a distasteful way.
Great 😄 exactly what I need right now, maybe I will I don't known yet I was curious thank you
I feel like black and red hair give out a more darker look.
even tho they r. hello nazis!
@ElloElloElloEllo Grow up
They are sexy rather than spooky
@Deydey12345 Meh, sexy isn't restrictive to hair colour. If anything, it's red that would get called most sexy... most everything really.
It's just silly cliches, and actually portraying dark people as the villain and white blonde people as the hero is dumb racial stereotypes.
What are you even on about? This question is about hair colour not skin colour.
Both facial features, hair, eye and skin color are typically characteristics. It's more common for white people to be blonde for example, but for Asians, Africans, Spaniards, Hispanic/Latino and Mediterranean to have black hair.
Your question wasn't about skin colour, it was about hair colour
It's more common for some groups to have certain hair colors than others.
Again that wasn't your question
Anyway, you didn't answer my question on why witches in movies are portrayed with certain hair colors.
I did, I said "Why does it matter?"
Not even sure what h#ed is supposed to mean...