Italian Anthropology Blog
My God really... what happened to them?!
... this is out of topic, but maybe you can answer...I am a brunette, and I do love my hair so I really do not regret anything, but I cannot understand why so many Italians are blond as children and eventually their hair turns brown... This crossed my mind because of the pics you uploaded here.Really, I cannot understand why the colour of the hair changes... Is it something that happens in other ethnies, countries or only here?This really freaks me out!I'll repeat, I love my hair also because Italian guys tend to prefer brunette to blondes and above all to gingers... but I'd like to understand if there is any reason... thanks!!!!!!!!!!!P.O.
Just about all Northern Europeans are blond as children, but only a minority are as adults. This is normal in all European populations.
Light hair often darkens during childhood for unknown but probably genetic reasons. It can also darken further during puberty and into adulthood for hormonal reasons. [Source]
This is normal in all European populations.including Turks
thank you for the info re the hairToday we lost a great GP racer, Marco Simoncelli, and a young actor, Damiano Russo...RIP bothIt is so unfair :'(
I am brazilian of european ancestry and unknown mixing: child of almost white hair and dark blond/brown hair in the adulthood.
I'm sure the entire cast of Jersey Shore would find counterparts in southern Italy.
Yup. They look Italian enough.
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