Average Brit woman keeps same hairstyle for 6 years and 153 days

   Jan 20, 7:48 pm

London, Jan 20 (ANI): The average Brit woman has had the same hairstyle for six years and 153 days while nearly half haven't changed it since they were a teenager because they lack the confidence to change their image, a new research has revealed.

Most have never changed the way they dress or do their make-up either, because they worry how their partner or women friends might react.

Forty per cent of style-stuck women think their hair needs a refresh, but are also deterred by salon prices, according to the poll carried out by Remington.

"There's nothing wrong with having a consistent image that you're comfortable with, but many women would like to be a bit braver and refresh their image now and again," the Daily Express quoted Nikki McReynolds, marketing director for Remington, as saying.

"It seems the biggest barrier is worrying about how other people will react or whether the new look will suit. If bored or unhappy with their current style, women can build their self-confidence gradually by experimenting with small changes, rather than drastically altering their image," McReynolds stated. (ANI)

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