As part of the same research, researchers at the University of Adelaide have also looked at a wide range of hair colour preferences in men.
The researchers used a questionnaire that asked people to describe their preferences for hair colours, from brown to blue.
The results showed that the preference for a more common brown colour was linked to higher levels of health benefits, but not the other two.
“We don’t have a specific colour that people associate with health benefits.
We’re trying to explore a range of possibilities and hopefully we can find some correlations,” says Dr John Waddell, an associate professor at the university’s School of Public Health.
“There’s some evidence that brown colour has some health benefits and some that it doesn’t.”
Dr Waddill says the study was conducted over three years.
“We’re interested in the benefits of different colour schemes, whether they’re beneficial or not,” he says.
“We want to get the science right.”
A new study is examining whether the same benefits can be achieved using more natural and natural hair colour, using hair samples collected from men aged 18 to 75.
“We’re looking at natural colour, and we’re also looking at what’s best for people’s health,” Dr Waddick says.
According to Dr Waddon, one of the most common hair colour choices among men is brown.
He says that if you’re interested, the University’s Hair Colour Database has the best selection of hair colours.
“Our hair colour database has the most accurate information on hair colour and the best information on trends,” Dr Lacey says.
Read more about hair:The study, Hair colour preferences among young Australians, was published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology. “
So if you look at hair colour on a regular basis, it’s going to be the same, whether you like it or not.”
Read more about hair:The study, Hair colour preferences among young Australians, was published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology.
Source: University of Queensland