It’s been a debate that has raged as long as dating and sex have been a thing. We’ve all heard the well-worn notion that men prefer blondes, that blondes have more fun etc.
As if somehow your hair colour dictates how much you will enjoy life.
There is incredible detail to designing even simple lamps and chairs.
It's common knowledge that most men prefer blondes, right?But after reading Mail Online's interview with size 24 Verity Brown, who has struggled to find a man on dating websites because she is overweight, Paula maintains that it was even harder for her to find a partner on the same sites because men simply saw her as a trophy.'I decided to try it because all of the sites guarantee to match you up with someone who shares your interests, so it's more about personality, and I was fed up with all of the men in the bars looking for skirt.Paula Jayne struggled to find a decent man in nightclubs, because they were always 'chasing skirt.' The mother-of-two thought dating sites would be the answer to her problems but found they attracted similar kinds of men. I was very free, very single and very much ready to mingle with my new brunette hair.I’d tried dating apps during the very ‘off’ period of my aforementioned romantic entanglement.Perhaps this is why blondes often represent the All American girl next door.Eye color sometimes mixes with hair color amazingly: blue eyes with dark hair, brown eyes with blonde, and green with, well, any hair color. What are your thoughts on my stereotypes, and what stereotypes do you have for blonde, brunette, and redheaded women? Sweden is a modern socialist state that places a lot of value on design.If Apple computer was a country, it would be Sweden.And, then, the clichés began to pop up – blonde is beautiful; blonde is better; blondes have more fun – and, suddenly, we found this notion of blonde superiority being pushed to the forefront of popular perception. Not to say there's anything wrong with blondes — I mean, I'd happily settle down with Kate Moss, don't get me wrong.Having said that, for me, there's just something about the whole dark hair, dark skin, combination that can't be touched.