Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton

The colour barometer can swing to extremes. Natural blondeness is considered the height of beauty princesses in fairytales nearly always have cascades of flowing golden locks, not to mention Barbie, Sindy and all the other dolls that little girls play with. Golden locks the colour of sunshine always bring forth gasps of delight.

But when the blonde is’fake’the negative associations can be huge; from bottle blonde to dumb blonde how often have you heard (or used) the expression ‘having a blonde moment? All this, despite the fact that most of the world’s most glamorous leading ladies have resorted to blonded locks at some time or another, laying testimony to how much favour blonde has.

With so much blonde inspiration from celebrities in the movie, music and entertainment words it’s no wonder the ‘blondes have more fun’expression appeared. And just as the world’s leading women have become addicted to the blonde bottle so have the leading men from Beckham to Brad, Sting to Rod Stewart.

It goes without saying that for every gorgeous sex kittenish blonde there’s a sultry brunette yes, brunettes can have fun too! Dark haired beauties symbolize everything that is vampish, glamorous, bewitching and seductive and throughout history brunettes have transfixed us with their raven locks the most famous of these temptresses being Cleopatra.

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