There are two main types of human hair.
Some are blonde, and some are brunette.
But some people prefer to be blonde.
That’s the opinion of Dr. Michelle B. Mota, who specializes in human hair health and nutrition at the University of Minnesota.
Mota, along with a group of experts, published a paper in the journal Human & Experimental Toxicology that explored the reasons for this preference.
They found that blond hair tends to retain its color over time, and that people who prefer brunette hair tend to have more hair loss than those who prefer blonde hair.
The research also showed that blonde hair tends more frequently to be darker than brunette and that this difference increases as hair age progresses.
Mota says the main reason for the preference for blond hair is that blondes have more energy, which makes them more efficient at absorbing nutrients.
So, in essence, people who are more energetic have more blondes and more energy also means more energy for the hair.
That makes blond hair a good option for those who are trying to keep their hair long, and those who want to maintain their hair’s color for long periods of time.
But if you’re looking to get a more natural look for your hair, you may want to consider some other natural options. Read More