In this case, is used as a comparative scale. What this research indicated was that hair is incredibly important, actually a very highly considered factor for Japanese men and how they view females. Now, do you think Asian girls look better with their naturally black, soft, silky, hair — or do you prefer their hair to be dyed?
It is clear that Japanese men prefer women to have black hair. So how is that if so many women believe that Japanese men prefer light brown hair, that the trend is turning back to black?
Only slightly over one quarter of the women in this survey accurately guessed the preference of men, but it is clear that some Japanese women are fully aware of this fact. Actually, knowing that men prefer women to have black hair is the exact reason why she doesn't want to dye her hair back to black, according to a tweet she made on August 19, Here is what she tweeted: They tend to be molested more often than women with different hair color.
Black hair tends to give men the impression that they are gentle, quiet, and obedient. They tend to give an impression of yamato-nadeshiko 1 Ever since I dyed my hair and stopped putting in so much time and effort applying makeup to my face, the number of times I've been molested has dramatically decreased.
I'm no longer approached by strange men, either. I'm much more at ease now. Maybe it's just me, but upon reading these comments you may have thought they strayed a little from popular opinion. I imagined this tweet would have received a lot of contradictory comments, but I was surprised to see that the comments were resoundingly in agreement with hers. Now, let's have a look at some responses.
Now, I wanna dye my hair brown, too. Those low-life men are the root of all evil. Girls who have naturally black hair and don't want to dye it can't help it. This might only be said in my area, but unfashionable women tend to be looked down on by guys. Those are the ones who aren't taken care of very well by their parents, so they tend to be more obedient and easily coerced if you give them candies or a game.
I also became aware that the difficulties women can encounter in lives can be so much different than those of men. Actually, gender difference is not the only thing that dictates the occurrence of these events because the situations we could face are all very different depending on who we are and what we do. It could be different depending on their circumstances, as well, though. Fortunately, maybe just because I'm not attractive enough, I've never been molested before.
So, I personally don't understand feeling the need to dye my hair to prevent myself from being molested. Yet, I can imagine how scared they must have been, and likely still are, by being victims, if they believed they needed to dye their hair.
So whether you have black, brown, blonde, red, or green hair, I'm sure this article will pass through your mind the next time you consider dyeing it a new color. It's sad that this is a reality that Japanese women need to think about. This is now a somewhat antiquated notion, but is still used as the model for the ideal Japanese women.