Survey Says Women With This Hair Color Get The Most 'Action' (Might Be Time To Call Your Colorist)


Based on hair color, who do you think has the most sex in the city? (Photo: Courtesy)

When you think about your hair in relation to sex, it’s usually about things like whether your guy should pull it more often. Turns out the actual color of your locks might have an interesting association with sex that you may not have expected. Heads-up, blondies: You all are apparently having the most sex (and, it stands to reason, the most fun), according to data from Can’t say I’d look good as a blond, but I’m tempted to go to a salon and pull a Kimmy K all the same. crunched some of the numbers in their Singles in America survey of almost 6,000 people. One of the most enlightening results is that 27 percent of single blond women think about sex several times a week, compared with 24 percent of brown-haired women and 22 percent of black-haired women.

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Single blond women are also more likely than women with other hair colors to have tried a one-night stand on for size. Here are the specific stats of how many women with different hair colors have had one-night flings:

  • 60 percent of blonds

  • 58 percent of red-haired women

  • 51 percent of brown-haired women

  • 48 percent of other-haired women

  • 44 percent of gray-haired women

  • 43 percent of black-haired women

  • 35 percent of white-haired women

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Lastly, single blond women have racked up more sexual partners than women with other hair colors. Here are the exact numbers of average partners:

  • Blond hair: 10.1

  • Red hair: 9.4

  • Gray hair: 8.9

  • Other colors: 8.8

  • White hair: 8.5

  • Black hair: 8.2

  • Brown hair: 7.8

Of course it’s important to note that this study doesn’t imply causation, so it’s not necessarily that having blond hair makes women have more sex or one-night stands. It is, however, an interesting link that I’d like to learn more about. Scientists, get on that please, will you?

Based on your hair color, do these results make sense to you?

By Zahra Barnes 

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