Hair Color Personality Quiz – another fun moment to check out
As I said before, I would/will be more “blog-active” around the 3rd week of July, so the next post will be on air on July 24th Thanks for bearing with me!
So it seems that there is a hair color that matches our personalities Just for fun, I selected some tests to prove it right or wrong You can take them here, here and here I would love to know your results As for me, they didn’t have Auburn, so 2 of the tests gave me Brown results and one Red. I guess they were right, it is really a mix
I apologize if I read your posts around the end of the week; I will be enjoying this nice summer week around the Van Gogh Museum, a place I never get tired of re-visiting!
Below, the apparently 4 most common hair colors. Grey is not listed, because it is about the color we “are born with”. It seems that science has now proven that complexion, as well as hair color, really influence our blood pressure. Thus, if you color your hair in another color other than your natural shade, your behavior will be influenced by it, and you may even, after a while, adopt the stereotypes associated with the new color. Wow!
Statistics show that the majority of Nobel prize winners are brunettes. It seems that brunettes are very studious and hard working. They tend to have long term relationships. You are seen as being reliable – so a study in Men’s Health tries to show.
So, about my picture – not really a brunette, nor a complete redhead, in between. It “justifies” a train trip to Uni Liverpool Library to research two rare books This is the “studious” characteristic I had an overnight there, all for a good research – and I love Liverpool
Black haired people appear to be deep thinkers, very thoughtful in friendships and relationships, someone good to give advice. It also seems that they are very good dealing with finances and numbers, in general.
Redheads are seen as mysterious, romantic, passionate, fiery and confident. That is useful at work, to negotiate things in the terms you want.
Believe it or not, a study has shown that the divorce rate is higher for blondes. Blondes are seen as youthful, outspoken, glamorous and bold. An experiment run by Men’s Health magazine showed that men were more likely to help a blonde woman, in detriment of other hair colors.
Wishing you a beautiful week with many smiles! Thanks for the sweet comments!