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Holiday Handbook: Browse shopping deals, recipes, tips for gathering safely and more. It's a question that "Girls" star Allison Williams has been hearing a lot lately from family and friends, after she dyed her ature brunette hair to bright blond. Her response? No way. This is exhausting. Oh my God, there is so much maintenance. But despite all the upkeep that comes with lighter locks, Williams has been intrigued by one surprising aspect of being a blonde: all the male attention.
Y'all are real simple. Like, even simpler than I thought. She also hinted that her husband might miss her as a brunette. On "The Late Late Show with James Corden," Williams said that she ly "walked this planet as a mousy brunette with total anonymity. She isn't the only star who has suggested her hair color impacted other people's perceptions of her.
Amy Adams has said that changing her hair from blond to red led to her getting more interesting roles. I liked that. Olivia Wilde has also discussed how changing her hair impacted her roles. It's not a coincidence. Research backs up the theory that our hair impacts what people think about us.
People with straight hair are taken more seriously than those with curly hair, and people with long hair can look less professional than those with short hair, according to experts. And yes, it's true: Brunettes are indeed perceived as more serious than blondes. IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser. Share this —. Follow today. More Brands.
By Rheana Murray. Do blondes really have more fun? Slideshow 23 long hairstyle ideas inspired by celebrity cuts. Looking for a new 'do, but don't want to loose length? These long hairstyles inspired by celebrities are a great source of inspiration.Do blondes get more attention
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