While they might not be choosing blonde women because they provide a more individual candidate for sexual selection, it While blondes are usually glorified as the most beautiful members of society by media and other outlets for popular culture, I, personally, have always found brunettes to be more desirable.
While blonde hair typically alludes to fairer skin, which many believe to be an advantage — with regards to the showing of blemishes and signs of aging — I've always been partial to the dark-haired women with darker complexions.
I think, for me, it's just because I find this to be more exotic, more Mediterranean looking.
Bruce Springsteen once said, “Well, brunettes are fine, man, and blondes are fun, but when it comes to getting a dirty job done, I'll take a redheaded woman.”Whether or not you personally agree with The Boss doesn't really hold much importance. There are aspects about people with certain colored hair — and yourself — that will make one type more desirable than the other for you, Some of these aspects have to deal with physical attraction, and others have more to do with what’s behind the physical appearance.
Bruuuuuuce, like the rest of us, is entitled to his own opinion on the topic of hair color — and there's certainly no right or wrong way to approach the subject. You might be a blonde person, lurking around the bar looking for platinum hair and blue eyes, or you could be one for darker features — you know, olive skin and dark hair. Everyone's different, and everyone will ultimately voice a different opinion on the matter. For the purpose of this piece, we're going to only focus on blondes and brunettes — but that doesn't mean other hair colors are any less important or relevant. The impression of blonde as a symbol of beauty is not a universal truth.