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Women’s hair: the 10-year rule
Women’s hair: the 10-year rule

When ladies stop and reflect on the quality of their lives apparently they have only sectioned out a mere decade of happiness when it come to this: their hair.

A new survey says the average woman doesn’t figure out her ideal hairstyle until she’s 36, but by 46, she decides she’s too old for it and chooses a more mature look. By age 46 supposedly no more ponytails, extensions or heavily bleached hair, visible roots are no longer acceptable either, so “coloring” is okay. Man… I didn’t realize THE HAIR was that big of a deal, though I must admit a 46 year with a ponytail is a little weird looking.

I don’t know if the same math applies to men. I would say probably not. The mere fact that “mullets” still exist on some men serves as proof that if we find something we like, we stick with it. Rock on, balding-pony-tail guy. Carry on, comb-over dude.

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