Blondes will spend $6,000 more a year on hair than brunettes

November 14, 2013 3:53:02 AM PST
Women pay a lot of money to get their hair done, and a new study found that blondes spend a lot more than others.

In their lifetime, blondes will spend $51,000 maintaining their locks, while a brunette's bill is $6,000 less.

That number factors in the amount of money spent on haircuts, coloring, hair products and accessories throughout a woman's life.

Between the ages of 18 and 50, the average woman will spend more than $22,000 on her hair. Haircuts take up $48 a month. We spend about $11 a month on shampoo and conditioner, about $32 a year is spent on hair accessories and another $31 is spent on extra trips to the salon.

But researchers found that despite the expense, 83 percent of women believe it is worth every penny.

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