Why is blonde hair better when thinning?
Is this because the colour is closer to the pigment of the scalp if you are of a lighter persuasion? Or what is the reason behind this?
Many reasons: Closer match to lighter skin so less color/contrast, blonde hair reflects light as does white hair. Of interest, 50% of women past menopause who have hair loss and become blondes to deal with the thinning to take advantage of the low color contrast between blonde hair and a blonde/light tan skin color.
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