Discussion in 'Archive: Census and Games' started by NYCitygurl, Jan 4, 2012.
Poll by Nevermind.
I am a natural blond
Naturally brown. Forcibly dyed once. To a darker shade of brown. I live on the edge.
I'm a redhead.
Black, thick, and coarse. It's got dark red highlights, but it's pretty much black. Or a really, really, really dark brown.
Brown. I have dyed it blonde and auburn (not at the same time), but right now it's au naturel, including the increasing streaks of grey.
Once upon a time, I had blonde hair. It keeps darkening each year, so it's now officially brown instead of blonde.
Brown. And I try to ignore the grey.
Black with touches of grey, which I got really young
dirty blonde aka light brown
Brownish-black with bits of silver.
I'll just put "brown."
brown, brown and more brown.
Dark brown. Does anyone happen to know off the top of their head, why it's the most common hair color?
Because most of our userbase comes from places where it's common?
Because it's dominant. It's about heredity. Blond and brown makes brown and only rarely blond. So blond dies out.
I assumed it was because it's dominant, but I've always wondered why it's dominant.
Blond. It's gotten a bit darker as I've gotten older, but it's definitely still classified as blond. I generally refer to as "dirty blond" but I'd take a more flattering answer if it were still accurate and widely known. If there is one I don't know it.