Women Suffer Bad Hair For 26 Years Of Their Lives
March 9, 2012 by staff
Women Suffer Bad Hair For 26 Years Of Their Lives, The incredible findings emerged in a poll of 2,000 women, which shows that most wake up with unruly hair at least three days a week.
This means they spend 156 days a year with limp, greasy, uncontrollable or lifeless locks – a grand total of 9,828 “bad hair days” based on the average woman’s lifetime of 63 years.
It also emerged that waking with a dodgy hairdo leads the average woman to spend an hour and a quarter feeling moody and depressed.
“It is incredible the impact bad hair can have on the day ahead,” the Daily Mail quoted Celebrity hairdresser Mark Hill, launching online advice website ‘Team Rapunzel’ as saying.
“Women feel like entirely different people when their hair won’t behave – having flat, unmanageable tresses can make you feel tired, grumpy and less confident.
“In contrast, having great hair can make you feel more self-assured, you’re more likely to hold your head up high.
“So it is understandable that women will spend longer in front of the mirror trying to get their look perfected on days where they have to go to work, attend meetings or be around lots of other people,” Hill said.
The survey also revealed that 12 per cent of women have cancelled a date because of their hair, while the same percentage have rearranged an outing with their friends.
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