For those who are still considering the debate on whether men prefer blondes, a study may have provided proof in favour of the flaxen-haired, if only because they appeal to the "caveman" within. Academic researchers have discovered that women in northern Europe evolved with light hair and blue eyes at the end of the Ice Age to stand out from the crowd and lure men away from the far more common brunette. Blond hair originated through genetic necessity at a time when there was a shortage of both food and males, leading to a high ratio of women competing for smaller numbers of potential partners, according to the study published this week in the academic journal, Evolution and Human Behaviour.
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That's approximately million people. That's according to a study by a German sex researcher who found that women with red hair had sex more often. A similar English study found that redhead gals had sex an average of three times a week, while our blonde and brunette counterparts have it twice a week.
The chances you or your child will have it are based on whether your immediate family members had red hair or green eyes, though it can skip generations. Having red hair or green eyes or both all comes down to your genes. Your genetic makeup is based on a combination of markers your parents have passed to you.
Verified by Psychology Today. It is well-established that skin color influences socioeconomic and romantic outcomes. But what about differences in hair or eye color?