What color are French people’s hair?

What hair Colour is most common in France?

4.2. Hair color prevalence

Country Brown ‘Blond’
average 50.15 41.36
Estonia 43.00 56.00
France 84.00 12.00
Germany 31.40 (31.34-31.41) 68.40 (68.36-68.43)

What color eyes do French have?

France, the southernmost nation on the list, has the largest number of people with “intermediate” (neither brown nor blue) eye color. Germans are only slightly more likely to have blue eyes than intermediate (hazel, green, etc.) or brown eyes.

What color hair do Europeans have?

Europeans are a big exception: their hair is black but also brown, flaxen, golden, or red; their eyes are brown but also blue, gray, hazel, or green. This diversity reaches a maximum in an area centered on the East Baltic and covering northern and eastern Europe.

What type of hair do French people have?

Most French women do not have straight hair. It often has some bend or light texture to it and they very much embrace those qualities of their hair. French girl hair is undone, tousled and transitional.

What are typical French features?

What are typical French facial features? French white people tend to have two eyes, a nose with two nostrils, a mouth, eyebrows, ears on either side of the head, and often some facial hair. The hair may be of various colours, going from black to grey to white, and often various shades of brown, blonde and red.

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Is hair in French feminine?

Hair in French is either le cheveu (one strand of hair) or, more commonly, les cheveux: the le makes it masculine.

Why Europeans have different eye colors?

Turns out most Europeans have blue eyes because of a difference in their HERC2 gene. HERC2 is like the bathroom pipe. It controls melanin to both the skin and eyes. Europeans with light colored skin and eyes have a version of HERC2 that doesn’t make much melanin.