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Italian hair tends to be curly and thick. So it can be worn at just about any length. It can be cut short and frame the face with lots of bouncing curls. Or it can be worn long in a pony tail or braids. Or it can be worn up in a bun, on top of the head or low on the head, down towards the neck. Either short or long, it has enough body so that it can be kept at one attractive length, or in many different layers.
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Sono italiano is an Italian equivalent of 'I am an Italian'. In the word by word translation, the verb 'sono' means '[I] am'. The masculine gender adjective 'italiano', used… as a noun, means 'Italian'. The phrase is pronounced 'SOH-noh ee-tah-LYAH-noh'. That's what's said when the speaker is male. The phrase becomes 'Sono italiana' in terms of a female. It's pronounced 'SOH-noh ee-tah-LYAH-nah'. (Io sono un italiano)
Im pretty sure they can . Some nothern italians have blue eyes either drak hair or light it just depends either or you family history can meet up with you and you can have loo…ks after them.
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Yes, of course Italians are western Europeans and are considered white (caucasian), even the swarthy ones. Historically many Italians who came to the United State…s were considered "off-white" or swarthy and often discriminated for their Catholic faith as well. However, first of all, not all Italians are dark haired, dark eyes. In fact, around half of all Italian in Italy according to a survey by Cavalli-Sforza has light eyes (blue, green, hazel) and that the majority of Italians (85%) do NOT have Black hair, but rather brown, and a blonde minority (10%).
Lots of times, they have black hair. For example, Lady Gaga's family is Italian and GaGa's real hair is black. Sometimes it could be blonde or brown too but more rare. Italian…s as any European/White population have naturally black, brown, blond and red hair. In comparison to the European average, they are dark-haired. According to most estimates, it seems like about a third or slightly less have black hair, and nearly half have dark-browns and the rest lighter. In the light category, many have medium brown hair with a reddish glint. Adult Italians with naturally pale blond hair are very, very rare and most originally from the northern regions which are generally blonder than the south, Sardinia and Corsica.
Deal or No Deal is a game show, where you have 26 cases. You have to pick a case and after so many cases the banker will offer you an amount of money because he wants your cas…e. You are trying to get the million dollar case and it's a great game show. You try to sell your case for more money. The banker is bad, he never shows his face. The host is Howie Mandell and he's a great host. The show is on NBC.
Do you mean men? Most celebrities keep their natural body hair unless they need to remove it for a specific reason, e.g. to appear in a certain role in a film. In such situati…ons, men usually wax or shave body hair. Do you mean women? Women celebrities when appearing in public or in the media usually wax or undergo electrolysis or laser hair removal if they have excess hair in places they don't want to have it--although legs and armpits can also simply be shaved.
not all ,higher % in northern Italy, although Blonde/Blueeyes Irish looking found all over including Siccily.
Answer The natural stone processing slurry waste disposal is a major environment hazard for everybody and not only for Italians. Marble is a rich source of Calcium Carb…onate which has more than 1,000 uses. The world over ground calcium carbonate requirements besides, exploiting lime stone deposits is also met by pulverizing marble blocks. However, the process slurry does not find gainful utilization any where and is normally discarded many times in blatant violation of environment protection laws. The problem lies with the gravity sedimentation water circulation methods traditionally adopted by the natural stone processing industry. The gravity sedimentation accumulates stone process dust in the system either in the vertical decanter towers or open pits for a long time. The accumulation of slurry mixes up various colors as well as rich and poor CaCO3 content mineral from the stone processed in various production cycles. The solution to this problem lies in making it possible to discard stone process dust as it is generated without letting it accumulate. This solution is now available in the form of "Water & Waste Harness System for Natural Stone Processing" a patented technology.
Si Actually no, most of them don't. Some do, but most don't. In ancient times, most Greek men had beards, but most Romans shaved their faces. This is partly because guys who… don't have a lot of facial hair look better clean shaven, and partly because it's easier to keep your face shaved when you don't grow a lot of hair on it, especially with razor technology as it was in ancient times. At any rate, while some Romans did grow beards, the stereotypical image in the minds of the collective consciousness is one of clean shaven Roman legions fighting bearded German barbarians. When one looks at pictures of famous people in Italian history, from Julius Cesar to the Medicis to Machiavelli to Mussolini, one can see that they keep their faces shaved. Even the famous Italian American men on Jersey Shore today are clean shaven. Not one of them has any facial hair. There is nothing wrong with that, some men truly look better clean shaven even if they can grow full beards. However, a good rule of thumb when it comes to facial hair is to shave it unless it's thick, and in some cases to shave it even if it is thick. If facial hair grows in sparsely, wispy, or in patches, it should be shaved. It should only be seen in places it grows in thickly and consistently. For example, the stereotypical Italian chef has a black moustache. If a moustache can grow in thick and not wispy, it is acceptable to grow it out, and shave only the wispy facial hair on the beard, although shaving the entire face is still a perfectly acceptable option. Note that the same rule applies to balding men and men with very little chest hair. While shaving the head is perfectly acceptable for men with full heads of hair and shaving the chest is perfectly acceptable for men with lots of chest hair, they are not required to do so to look good by modern society's standards. They can let their head or chest hair grow out and look fine. However, a balding man looks somewhat disgusting if he doesn't shave his head, and a man with little chest hair invariable looks better when he shaves his chest, provided he works out and has muscles to show.
Most Italians I know are not dark and usually have either light hair and or light eyes so why do some people categorize Italians as dark when they actually aren't any darker then other europeans?
HARDLY all Italians are "dark". Most of them appear light skinned with brown hair and eyes. Some are blond with blue eyes, etc. They vary in appearance like anyone else. Sicil…ians are generally darker but there are still many light skinned, light haired people among them. Italians are best known for their swarthy exotic look in the USA due to Sicilian influence in American culture - Spanish and Portugese immigrants are not too common in North America. And remember - Italians are CAUCASIANS. Distant moorish blood does not alter this. If every country in Europe with olive skinned people in it were considered non-white, half the continent would be non-white.
They can have any kind of hair. It depends on their genetics.
How can you deal with a cowlick when you need your hair to seem naturally swept to the side without using products or accessories?
Answer You can train a cowlick into a position you want but it takes time. The reason you have a cowlick is because your hair grows from the roots in that… position. Each time you wash your hair, take time to dry it and comb the cowlick to where you want it. If you continue to do this for a month, the roots will start to grow in the new position.
Dennis Farina, formerly of Law and Order. He made the commercial in early 2013 and died July 22, 2013.