Entire cities of bad hair?

by Bionic Beauty on 05.Apr.2009

I admit I was a bit intrigued by Total Beauty’s new article on the “13 Worst Cities for Your Hair”. The brains behind TB factored in weather conditions, number of stylists, water conditions, and pollution levels. While the results were interesting and some not-so-surprising… I had an issue with the way the results were worded. Some of the entries basically leaned towards “leave town” (i.e. move) so you’d have better hair days. Since I’m not in the mood to hop on my soapbox (Who me? Never. ha!), I’ll open it up to you ladies to discuss.

I did want to mention to my fellow Twilight fans- Olympia, Washington came in at number 2. Somehow I think I’d put up with some bad days to live closer to the Cullens. (And before I get the standard mean comments about “getting a life” and “twilight sucks” whenever I mention the series, just remember, we all have our own things that make us happy. Reading about the Cullens makes me happy, so darn it, I’ll do it whenever I like. hee!)

The 13 Worst-Hair Cities

These towns have the worst conditions for hair. Is it time for you to call the movers?

We all have bad hair days, but instead of cursing the mighty hair gods and calling in sick, you might want to consider packing your bags. There are a number of factors contributing to frustrating frizz and dried out strands, but as it turns out it, they could all be due to the city you call home. From looking at national averages of humidity/wind/rain/sun, water-hardness, pollution levels and even the number of salons in the area, Totalbeauty.com has located the worst cities for your ‘do. Did your city make the list?

See the list

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