Hair is so interesting. We all want it looking amazing, and it's not always easy! Here are some interesting facts to learn about hair:
Red is the rarest hair colour, found only in 1% of the population, while blondes make up only 2% of the population.
Scotland has the highest percentage of red-heads.
Hair is one of the most common types of forensic evidence, yet it cannot reveal someone’s gender.
The core structure of the human hair can reveal information about everything that has ever been in the bloodstream – including drugs.
A person’s hair follicles are completely formed by the time a fetus is five months old.
Hair can stretch up to 30 % of its original length when wet.
When a hair falls out, it can regrow up to 20 times from the same hair follicle
On average, a man will spend five months of his life shaving his beard. If he never shaved his beard, it would grow to be about 30 feet in length.
The average person loses around 50-150 strands of hair a day.
A strand of hair is stronger than a copper wire with the same diameter.
By the time she is 65, the average woman will have spent 7 months of her life doing her hair.
90% of Japanese people wash their hair twice a day. Washing your hair daily creates more sebum (or natural hair oil).
In Ancient Rome, women used to dye their hair blonde with pigeon poop.
Using shampoos with silicones and sulfates (SLS) is like pouring a layer of plastic film on your hair: It may look shinier and feel softer, but suffocates hair follicles over time leading to thinning hair as we age.
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