A new haircut can help you feel more feminine and more confident, according to a new study.
The study, published in the Journal of Men’s Health, looked at the hair trends of 6,500 people in the UK over a 10-year period.
The results were pretty interesting: the trend of women’s haircuts appears to be on the decline.
It’s important to note that this is not a scientific study.
It relies on the opinions of the participants.
“I would say the trend in the United Kingdom is not that different from the trend that exists in Europe,” said lead author of the study, Dr Emma Roddick, of the University of Birmingham.
Roddick said there is a strong link between the hairstyles women are using and their appearance.
“Women are using hair products with more moisture, more pigmentation, more hair density, and that creates a more feminine appearance,” she said.
Men tend to use products with a less amount of moisture and hair density.
Researchers said the results could have implications for the way we look at the body.
“The research suggests that women are less likely to be using products with natural ingredients that mimic the natural characteristics of their body, like hair, makeup and make-up, than men,” Roddie added.
“They are also less likely than men to use hair products that mimic body hair and facial hair, like eyeliner, mascara and eye shadow.”
Dr Roddack said it was not possible to say if there is an effect on overall beauty, but there is evidence that women were more likely to use cosmetics with artificial ingredients.
“I think it is really important to make sure that people understand that all the research shows that natural ingredients are more likely in products that have a natural ingredient,” she added.
Ahead of the research, Dr Roddacks team published a study on the benefits of hair treatments in The Lancet journal, showing that the results of a facial treatment were more effective than the same treatment in a salon.