Seytoo — Des idées et des histoires qui inspirent. Does a woman’s hair matter to a man.
×
menu
search
live_tv
FR
search

News
Analysis
Lifestyle
Videos
Chronicles

By clicking "Sign Up", you agree to Seytoo's Privacy Policy.
Create your account!
keyboard_arrow_left

Prev.


Share

save

Save
keyboard_arrow_right

Next

Love and family

Does a woman’s hair matter to a man?

16 December 2021, Seytoo
Does a woman’s hair matter to a man?

More or less consciously, we all know, deep down. This is also the reason for the success of hair weaving, in black women but also recently in European women.

Short hair, long hair? What do they prefer? A recent study based on statistical results and a behavioral study revealed surprising results.

Thickness, not length

Regardless of their culture, there are about as many men who are attracted to women with long hair as men who are attracted to women with short hair. No matter the length, therefore, is not a proeminent factor.

The thickness of the hair, on the other hand, seems to be a fundamental parameter in the mechanisms of seduction. The thickness corresponding in fact here to the volume occupied by the hair rather than the diameter of each hair. Men tended more to prefer women with thicker hair.

A deep biological attraction

More or less consciously, we all know, deep down. This is also the reason for the success of hair weaving, in black women but also recently in European women.

The explanation should be sought in the origins of man and the Darwinian selection processes. In ancient times, as today, the thickness of the hair was rather a sign of good physical health and therefore of ability to ensure the survival of the descents.
No fashion effect

The studies also point to an intriguing fact. The appearance and in particular the weight of women preferred by men is strongly influenced by fashion effects and evolves over the centuries and according to cultures. In the 19th century in Europe or the 20th century in Africa, men preferred plump women for example. But the man's preference for women with thick hair, however, seems timeless and universal.
▼ Share your comment

▼ Recommended for you