What Your Hair Color Says About You!

 

Natural or colored, your hair shade affects how the world sees you... and how you see yourself.  Alot of our self-image is based on the perceptions of other people. You partially view yourself through others' eyes and act accordingly.That's why the color of our hair tends to stereotype us. Here's the deal of what that means for all you redheads, blondes and brunettes. I also have tips on how to keep your hair looking shiny and gorgeous, whatever the color.

 

Red Haircolor  There are very few natural redheads - only 3 perfect of the population is said to have fiery locks.For many, red hair atop a female head automatically conjured images of wild women, hotheads, femme fatals, sexpots.  Redheaded women are often portrayed as strong, independant women. They are usually seen as feisty Irish "tough girls".

Red is the new blond. Red hair compliments brown which seems to be the color which is always in fashion. Brown hair with brown fashion can look dull, while red adds more depth and contrast. Red hair also seems to have more shine, which can make your hair look more healthy and beautiful.

 

Blonde Haircolor  Do blondes really have more fun? Maybe. Blonde is a happy color that reminds us of sunny days at the beach.  People see blondes as having more youthful vitality than other colors, and blonde hair can make you look younger. There's a subtle correlation between youth and blondness, since babies and children tend to have lighter hair than adults. Modern blondes are perceived as powerful, independent and of course, still very sexy. Blonde hair tends to require alot of attention to keep it looking glamorous and healthy, so blondes can give off the impression of high maintenance.

 

Brown Haircolor  Brunettes project a grounded, stable image. Darker colors also show earthiness. If you are wanting a more serious, sophisticated look, try a darken brunette hair color.

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