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The hairstyle of hairdressers is no longer a novelty, but a trend, according to a recent study.
Researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder examined a dataset of more than 6,000 hairdressery owners in Colorado and found that the average age of their customers is 62, while the average customer is 58.
In addition, the study found that men have an average of 3,600 customers a year, compared to 4,300 women, and that women have an 8% higher rate of customers at the salon.
The researchers also found that most of the men who attend the salon do so with a friend or relative, while only about one in three women have a salon buddy.
“What you’re seeing is that men and women are coming to different places in their lives and making different decisions about their hairstyles and their hairstyle preferences,” said Dr. Michael R. Cappelli, an assistant professor in the University’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and lead author of the study.
“It’s an interesting trend that seems to be going away.”
The study found no gender bias when it came to whether the hairstyles customers preferred.
“I think the biggest difference is that people are looking for different things in different places,” Cappellisaid.
He also said that many men are looking to get a more feminine look while women are looking more to get an old-fashioned look.
“The men’s hair, the men have that more straight, the guys have that hair that is thicker and the guys tend to have a higher frequency of people coming in,” he said.
“And the women’s hair tends to have more of a straight look, whereas the women tend to get some of that straight hair and then a little bit of a bit of texture.”
But why men and not women are choosing different hairstyles?
“It may have something to do with the way they grew up,” said Cappilliesay.
“We can think of these as natural evolution.
It may be because of the environment, or it may be a function of hormones and hormones affect hair type and the hair types we like, he said.”
But the study did not address whether there were gender-specific differences in the hairstyle choices of women and men.
For example, Cappllisaysuggests that men may prefer to get longer hair because it is more “traditional.”
“There’s something about men growing up, they’re more like they’re grown up, but it’s just not the same with women,” he explained.
“They’re not that much older than they used to be, and they’re just starting to be more confident in their own hair.”
According to Cappella, it’s not uncommon for people to come in to a salon looking for a “natural” look and end up going with a more modern style, such as a straight or curly hair style.
“People want a natural look, they want to have it straight and be as natural as possible, but they’re also looking for something that’s not going to stand out in the crowd,” hesaid.