Tuesday, 02 November
With all the time during the pandemic, some women became their own hairstylists.
According to a study with 1000 Gen X women and 1000 millennial women conducted by One Poll on behalf of Zoto Professional, 53 percent of respondents experimented with their hairstyle during quarantine more than ever before.
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Because of the time spent on their own hair, 63 percent of millennial women said that they were more confident in their hairstyling ability.
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When it comes to making a change, 51 percent said that they are more likely to change their up length and 46 percent said the primary reason for making a style change is simple boredom.
The Zoto Professional study found that 28 percent would change their for holiday or a new job, which just makes sense to start a new job with a fresh new style.
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