Bad Hair Days can Affect Mood and Confidence in Women

by Kathy Jones on  June 24, 2013 at 10:12 PM Women Health News
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A new survey carried out by budget hotel chain Travelodge in London has found that women spend almost 20 years of their lives struggling with bad hair days that often affect their mood and confidence.
 Bad Hair Days can Affect Mood and Confidence in Women
Bad Hair Days can Affect Mood and Confidence in Women

Around 2,000 women took part in the survey where they were asked to what extent their mood was affected by their hair when they begin their day.

The researchers found that on an average, women struggle with unruly hair on three days in a week which means that they are in a bad mood for at least half the week. The researchers added that on average, a woman has to deal with bad hair on 7,332 days of her life, which is approximately around 20 years of their lifetime.

"Women feel like entirely different individuals when their hair does not behave. Having unmanageable tresses can make a woman feel tired, grumpy and less confident. In contrast, a great hair day will make a woman feel sexy, confident and ready to take on the world", Travelodge spokeswoman, Shakila Ahmed said.



Source: Medindia

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