What hair color has the most hair on average?
Blondes have the most with about 120,000 strands. Redheads have the least with 80,000. People with black or brown hair are somewhere in between the two. Answer It's to do with the gene pool and nothing more! Has nothing to do with hair color.
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Hair color is the colouring of hair follicles be cause of melanin,specificaly eumelanin and pheomelanin. When more eumelanin ispresent, the color of the hair is darker; when less eumelanin ispresent, the hair is lighter. Levels of melanin vary over time,which causes a person's hair color to change -… this is what causesgrey hair. When someone has a lack of melanin - albino or vitiligo,they often get white hair, or their original colour hair withindividual white hars. ( Full Answer )
Answer: There is only one hair per follicle, but natural blond hair has the most hairs than red or brunetts. Hair color is the pigmentation of hair follicles due to the two types of melanin, eumelanin and phaeomelanin. Generally, if more melanin is present in the hair, the color of the hair is dar…ker; if less melanin is present, the hair color is lighter. A person's hair color may change over time due to the varying levels of melanin, and some hair can have follicles of more than one color. Due to migrations and global travel, considerable differences exist in the hair colors of individuals, even between individuals of similar ethnicity, creating a greatly increased diversity of hair color. Pigmentation color is perhaps the most obvious characteristic of hair, but as far as we know it has no biological function in humans. It does not protect the hair from the harmful effects of sunlight (although hair itself protects the scalp, of course). As we have seen, the color of hair is due to the presence in the cortex of granules of a pigment called melanin, which is formed in special pigment-producing cells (melanocytes) in the hair bulb during the growing phase (anagen) of each hair. The melanin granules lie along the amino acid chains of the proteins, looking under the microscope rather like a string of pearls. Melanin is found in two forms. Eumelanin is the dark pigment which predominates in black and brunette hair. Phaeomelanin is a lighter pigment, which is found in red and blond hair. Many people's hair contains a mixture of the two: the more eumelanin there is in the mixture, the darker is the hair. The mixture (and the shade) varies not only from one person to another, but also across one person's head. The combination of pigments in the mixture is determined by the individual's genes. Differences between dark-haired people are due to differences in the overall quantities of melanins in their hair. Eumelanin granules are oval (elliptical) in shape, fairly uniform in their make-up and quite hard, with sharply defined edges. Phaeomelanin granules are smaller, partly oval and partly rod-shaped. The range of colors produced by melanins is limited to shades of yellow, brown, red and black. Grey hairs contain only a few melanin granules, spread out through the hair. White hairs contain no melanin at all: their whiteness is an optical effect, due to the way they reflect the light. Surprisingly, however, unpigmented hairs look yellow (the 'color' of keratin) when they first grow, and only later turn white. Melanin granules in the cortex of a hair Genetic differences Ethnic differences in hair color are as obvious as are differences in hair type. Most people in the world have dark hair, though in northern Europe blond hair is the most common. Curiously, however, people with blond hair and/or blue eyes are found even in North Africa and the Middle East. ( Full Answer )
Dark hair(brown/black), blonde, light blonde, and red. The other guy that answer this is dumb lol
Brown with 75% of Americans. Then Blond with 15%. Then Black with 10%. Red is the last with..well not a lot obviously.
Probably! Every time you dye your hair you use chemicals that fry your hair and can make it very dry and brittle. . Not all hair colourers damage your hair it depends which one you use, but normally most of them do!
Black and Brown are the most common hair colors in the world. I suppose it black or brown. Not blonde neither red. The most common hair colour is brown, followed by blond, red and then black/white. While it might seem that black hair is the most common, that hair usually isn't truly black but… a very dark brown. White hair might also seem common amongst the older bit of the population, true white hair, which you only have if you're an albino, is really rare. bay ( Full Answer )
As most European populations, Irish are predominantly brown-haired. This is according to various anthropological studies done on various Irish populations at various times. One of them by the Harvard School of Anthropology proves that. Among adult males, 40% for dark-brown and 35% for medium brown…, and 22% light brown to reddish. Concerning reddish hair, they are well among the highest in world around 10% for adults, but behind Scotland (13%). Due to the recessiveness of red hair, it usually masked by a dominant color which is brown. The proof is up to 46% of the Irish carry the recessive gene for red hair. Black hair in its pure state is rare in Ireland (3%), but added to the 40% of dark brown and you understand why some Irish were referred to by Americans as "Black Irish". (In a European and American context dark brown and black are often not differentiated; to the scientists 'black' hair cannot have any brown undertones.) Please see related links (forum and wikipedia) regarding hair colour and "black irish" ( Full Answer )
well some of them like blonde but not that many now just a little bit. brown is kinda boring. so now the red is really popular but also the black. so it goes like this .. 1.red. 2.black. 3.blonde. 4.brown. some body that has another opinion please write it
The most common (natural) hair color is dark brown (40%) followed by medium brown (35%). (from a Harvard Univ. study, Hooton).
Blonde Although 65% of the population lives in India- not too many Blondes there. Black is the most popular hair color worldwide, in terms of naturalism. Black is the most common natural hair color around the world,followed by brown. Natural Blond is only found in about 2% of theworld's population. …Red hair is least common at 1-2%. In terms of popular colors to dye hair, platinum, rose gold, darkbrown, and ombre are the most popular in 2014 according to HarpersBazaar. ( Full Answer )
Red hair is more likely because although it is a recessive gene (you need one from both the father and mother to get that trait), because both parents ar obvisiously carring it, the newborn would have a greater chance of getting the gene than a baby that has parents with any other color hair. There …is a "myth" that red hair skips every other generation, but that is not true. ( Full Answer )
You can't another person must for the chemicals would be too dangerous if you did it yourself
It depends on whom you are speaking of! If you were, for an instance, to ask, what colour was my hair? Then, I could answer. But, what colour was his hair is too broad of a topic.
A dark hair color, like brunette or black, is the most common. Blondes are common also, but red-heads are the rarest.
That wil vary in different countries of the world, and according to fashion at different times. That wil vary in different countries of the world, and according to fashion at different times. Well in America i would say that brown is the most popular for girls and boys. But blonde is prettier!…(on girls mostly) ( Full Answer )
Well first you pick out the color and then go home put on the gloves that should come inside the box take the bottle ( If the bottle already is ready ) Just shake and start putting it in your hair, and read the box and see how long it says to leave it in. Then wait the amount of time written on the …box, then wash out of hair and then wait a few minutes and then put conditioner in your hair if the box includes the conditioner. You can style and put your hair up and do everything you would with your natural hair color. ( Full Answer )
Either dirty blonde or ginger hair. Only 1 in 5 people would have ginger hair but dirty blonde is pretty rare coz it's not blonde but it's not brown so yeh :)
Brunettes have thicker hair than say blonds. So thicker hair appears like more hair, even though brunettes can have "fine" textured hair and it still look bigger. Just think of people from Indian cultures- they have more (thicker) hair than even African cultured peoples.
This could be an extremely difficult question if your talking in general since people dye their hair all the time (Mine's dyed right now actually) but if you're talking about natural hair color then I believe that would be red hair. I'm not really sure why, it's a matter of genes I guess.
\nMy hair is Light blonde on top, dirty blonde in the middle and brown on the bottom. I don't like it at all. :c
From what I have read in the past, blondes ( natural ones) have more hair, and they also lose more hair on a daily basis 50-100 strands a day. Blondes have some 150,000 hairs. Brunettes have about 100,000; while redheads have around 80,000 hairs.
You can't answer it because time by time the most popular hair color in America changes
SO i would think YOUR hair would be BLACK,RED,PURPLE,BROWN,BLOND(YELLOW) AND MUCH MORE! (i am not going to list all the colours in the world ) (p.s just saying)
Use very warm water with a good shampoo & conditioner. You may need to shampoo twice if the color is built up in your hair.
If you're using a grocery store brand, then yes. If you're going to a salon it depends on what you're doing. The grocery store brands have minerals in them that are really bad for your hair's natural structure, where as a salon's brand TRIES to work with your hair. A good general rule to avoid to…o much damage is to talk with your stylist. The lighter that you're going to go the more damage you're going to get. But now there are brands of color that actually IMPROVE the state of your hair. Talk to a stylist before you make drastic changes to see what can be done to prevent damage :) ( Full Answer )
At the moment, it's dark brown with a little grey mixed in.....until I cover his greys, and then it will be a nice deep brown.
Temporary or vegetable dyes like henna are the safest for hair. These dyes do not cause a chemical reaction and contain no toxic materials. Also, semi and demi permanent dyes are not hard on hair because they contain little to no ammonia. ** A note on henna...the safest henna to use is Body Art Q…uality henna, not the boxed stuff found in health food stores. It is just henna leaves ground up with no added chemicals. BAQ henna is SAFE, non damaging and looks beautiful. Remember, henna comes in only one colour, and that is reddish orange. Your starting colour is the base. My hair is a lovely cherry red from hennaing for a couple of years....and you know what? I get no headaches anymore. I used to use ordinary permanent dyes and got headaches all the time. Henna is also very permanent. The Lawsone bonds with the keratin in the hair making it impossible to remove. Pure henna will not turn your hair green even though it looks green. Check the ingredients list on your henna boxes....if you see anything like PPD or Sodium picramate, take it back for a refund and find some pure henna (or henna with Indian herbs such as amla, shikakai, etc.) PPD and SP are incredibly damaging to the hair and scalp. ( Full Answer )
well it depends if you are born wiht really light blonde hair you will most probobly have darkish blonde hair when your older if you are born with dark blone you will most proboly have dark brown hair but if your born with black hair you will have light brown hair this isn't always correct my hair …is light brown yet goes blonde in summer and black in winter ( Full Answer )
There are several factors in hair coloring. . Bleaching your hair to a lighter color is the most damaging. Hair bleaches contain harmful chemicals that can permanently damage your hair. . Your hair getting damaged can be because of using permanent colors that is full of harmful chemicals like per…oxide and ammonia. Semi-permanent colors are much milder. . Your hair can also get damaged if you don't carefully follow the instructions when coloring your hair. Leaving the dye on for too long can dry out your hair because of the oxidizing effect of the dyes. . You should also use coloring shampoos to extend the life of your hair dyes so you don't need to color your hair often. . You should also consider just highlighting or low lighting your hair instead of doing a full head color. This can be less damaging. ( Full Answer )
no. only the darkest hairs have a red undertone. as you go up it changes to orange and then to yellow. so a person with dark blond light brown hair would have orange undertones while someone with dark brown hair would have red undertones and a light blond would have a yellow undertone.
Semi permanents and tempory colours are okay because they don't enter the hair. Permanents can cause damage they are over used and the hair is not being conditioned and looked after. But it is the same with everything, if you don't look after it you won't have it. Any chemical (synthetic/laboratory…/man-made) process will 'spoil' / reduce healthiness of hair. More importantly, these chemicals are absorbed into your scalp/body, so use natural or organic color products. To extend color life, use special shampoos for 'color treated' hair. Try to give your hair a break from chemicals; shampoo every other day if possible. Choose good quality shampoo/products; cheap brands are equivalent to laundry detergent, which is very harmful to hair. Color products warn against use by pregnant women and warn all users to not apply directly to scalp, which is fairly difficult. Damage is also caused by too much use of curling irons/straighteners, blow dryers. ( Full Answer )
From the genes from your parents. The colour of your hair is determined by your genes. The colour is made of melanin. It is the pigment that is also responsible for the colour of your skin and is produced in the hair follicle. The amount of melanin and red somethings determine the color of your hai…r. if you have no melanin in your hair, it would be white. the reproduction of melanin slows as you age, which is why old people have grey hair. Same goes for skin, which is why albinos are completely white. ( Full Answer )
Hair color is caused by the pigmentation of hair follicles due to two types of melanin: eumelanin and phaeomelanin.If more melanin is present, the color of the hair is darker; if less melanin is present, the hair is lighter. Levels of melanin can vary over time causing a person's hair color to chang…e or become gray because of loss of pigmentation.It is possible to have hair follicles of more than one color. ( Full Answer )
Professional Hair colour when mixed properly and customized to your type of hair by a hairstylist will coat your hair shaft, lift the cuticle and deposit the colour. It will make your hair feel slightly rough at first but if you use a good quality shampoo AND conditioner, it will feel silky and the… colour will add shine. If you buy your hair colour from the drug store, expect the exact opposite results. Drug store colour lacks the ability to make your hair shine and dulls it. Also, since you do it yourself.. There's the huge risk of doing it wrong and completely ruining your hair. ( Full Answer )
Various shades of Red, but the spelling should be TITIAN... The color "titian" takes its name from Titian, who often painted women with red hair.
It could be if you have dark hair and change it to a lighter color, it will sting.but other than that no
Do the math! All of Africa has brown hair and same with Asia and Southern Europe and South America central America Carribean Aborigones I am not saying that everyone in these places have brown hair, it is just very hard to find a South African with blonde hair
Men like many diffrant hair colors,but i would say blonde and light brown,and brunnete would moslty attract men.
hair color most coveted: Brunette; honey brown with golden streaks natural, healthy outdoors sun highlighted appearance "...Natural looking colour is a key driver of the "right" colour acceptance in the North American retail colourant market" used to be blonde or dirty blonde
Hair dye from the grocery store is damaging in a way that the minerals and "dyes" you get in a box color are harsh on your hair's natural structure. The color at a salon is less damaging by far, but it really depends on what you're looking to do. "Permanent" hair color at the salon uses a "develo…per" to help the color take to your hair. That's where the real damage is. If a person wants to go lighter, the percentage of hydrogen peroxide in the developer is higher, and more damaging. If you're staying the same color or going darker it's less. If you're in the United States and have no gray hair, be sure your stylist is using a "10%" developer, many of them reach right for the "20%" but it's not necessary if you don't have grey hair or if you're not going lighter. So, to sum it up and paraphrase, it's not the color that's doing it, it's the amount of peroxide in the developer that you need to be wary of. Anything more than 20% is going to damage your hair more than you'd probably like, so talk to your stylist before making any dramatic changes and you should be fine :D ( Full Answer )
look at it? actually there are Thea's swatch books that have hair samples of different colors and the colors correspond to letter and number combinations to identify a hair coloring product this is used to mach and chose colors all manufacturers/brands of hair color have there own letter/number codi…ng system (example my hair is a natural 6A also known as 6.01) ( Full Answer )
Go to the Salon/Barber shop, and say, "Can you color my hair?". That's how you color your hair. Another way is to get spray paint and spray your hair! Well I've told you all I know:)
This depends on the hair color itself. There are some hair color products that will correct mistakes that has been done to your hair. Without any of these items if you get a bad hair color job, you would have to wait until the color fade off or grow off. Some colors helps put tones back in your hair… that has been stripped away. This also depends on what type of hair color you use. Permanent hair colors have to grow off your hair and therefore makes a permanent change until then. Temporary hair colors only coats the surface of your hair leaving no damaging affects. Lighteners/bleaching the hair removes pigments and makes your hair lighter but is very drying and damaging to the hair, most strands will shed is not taken care of properly and breakage will occur. Hair colors have different affects on different people, therefore you should always monitor you hair and catch any weakness of it when performing such services or you can have it professionally done and ask them to reschedule you appointments for deep conditioning treatments and for other services to help keep your hair healthy as possible. ( Full Answer )
Blonde Any type of natural hair color can have split ends. They are just more visible on blonde hair and less on darker hair.
Sure you can, you just need to rest to hair for a few days before you have it dyed.
French people in the west and east have brown hair. French people in the south and north have dirty blonde hair, orange hair, or something like that.
At home box color usually has very high amounts of ammonia and sidekicked with the developer that is used with the hair color opens and swells the cuticle of the hair shaft. Thus resulting in damage.
Mostly red and gold, some people make theirs a little lighter or darker than their hair. tip, most people like the darker color in the front than light than back to dark ect.
apart from the obvious such as brown or blonde, most people are going for deep red or darkish burgundy. but this only looks good if you have brown hair. i suggest brown highlights if you are blonde.
A brown pigment to hair is the most common in the world and therefore the most popular as many people have no desire to change the colour of hair they were born with. Hair colour depends upon melanin and this can vary over time.