A new study finds blonde hair can be a hair accessory that looks good, even if it is made with natural materials.
According to a new study published in the Journal of Cosmetics, natural blonde hair may actually help with styling and look great, despite the fact that it is chemically altered to look more natural.
The study examined more than 2,500 women with blonde hair and found that people with natural hair were more likely to look good than those with chemically altered hair.
Natural hair was the most popular hairstyle, with a median of 8.7% of participants having blonde hair.
It was also the most commonly used style for men, with 8.2% of those having natural hair and 6.6% having hair altered with chemicals.
“There is a real lack of scientific research about natural hair,” lead researcher Dr. Michael P. Johnson told the Daily Mail.
“People have been using the same chemicals for decades.
People are getting the same results.”
The researchers say natural hair is the most natural hair possible, as it is a product of natural selection, not a byproduct of human manipulation.
“People have known for decades that natural hair gives a certain amount of shine, but they haven’t been able to pinpoint exactly what’s in it,” Dr. Johnson said.
“The beauty products that are out there are really the only thing that have really been able give you that shine.
People aren’t going to get the same benefit from artificial hair.”
Natural hair is one of the most effective natural hair regimens.
According to the study, the benefits are immediate, lasting, and can be repeated.
Johnson said the study is the first to look at the effects of natural hair on styling.
He said natural hair can help a woman feel more confident in her face, hair style, and appearance.
“When we’re looking at natural hair, the most obvious thing is that it’s a natural product that is actually derived from the scalp,” he said.
“It’s just as easy to use and feel great.”