Blondes Extinct?

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  1. Jaim45

    Jaim45 New Member

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    Spacemiu New Member

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    wow thats kind of sacrry, but it makes sens , I mean the world is so small now people are breeding from diffrent aprts of teh world, and blond is not very previlent in most of teh world.
     
  3. xclusive

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    hmm..i don't see the big deal even if natural blondes die out cuz whats the difference really between bottled blondes and real ones if sometimes u can't tell which one it is??
     
  4. Erin

    Erin Iowa Girl Loves Fashion

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    Hmmm - I read about this last year. Makes being a blonde seem a little more special now. ;)

    I believe it...totally. With everything mixing the way it is already, I definitely see the color fading away.

    I think it's kind of sad if blondes "dies" out...and I beg to differ, I think you CAN tell the difference between a natural and a bottle job. :innocent:
     
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    I heard about this like last year it was on the radio, cnn and a couple of other tv stations. Then i the end it turned out it was a prank by a couple of people.....dont worry its not true.
     
  6. littlered

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    I'm waiting for the Rise of the Redheads...being one myself (hee hee)
     
  7. charlottesometimes

    charlottesometimes retro queen

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    It really doesn't make sense from a genetic perspective. Recessive traits don't actually 'die out' unless they are lethal. Brown haired parents (each carrying a recessive 'blonde' gene) can still have a blonde offspring. It must be a prank!! :p
     
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    How are bottle blondes to blame? Personally, I find that natural blondes are much more beautiful than the fake ones. I think it's because I see a lot of bottle blondes around these days that they all look the same to me. Sometimes I'll be at a bar and a group of 6 girls will walk in together with the exact same hair.
     
  9. Kimkhuu

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    ;) Hehe... very intersesting topic. Right now, I am studying genetics and yeah, example you have a recessive blond hair gene, but your hair is brown. Then you marry someone with brown hair and that also have a recessive blong genes. There are chances your kid will have blond hair. So it does not mean anything !!!!!

    It's all a genes thing, the only thing that can change that is mutation or evolution (the Darwin theory) and I dont see why blonde hair could disappear!!!!! It is nearly impossible !
     
  10. contessacolette

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    hey, anyone can have bottled haircolor...as long as it's done right

    and a friend of mine once tried to convince me that brunettes are absolute ballbusters! :lol:
     
  11. P.Amber

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    I'm with you on this.

    <---red head
     

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