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Which Countries Are Having Love For Hair?

Angel Watson

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Hairs are considered as crowning glory so these valuable assets are important for everyone. It can be individual desiccation to have long hair, short hair or even bald heads. But it is amazing to think that our lifestyle, eating habits, wearing style get changed according to region where we dwell in so it is matter to think that whether it can make difference for the choice of hair or not?

There are various countries on globe all have different cultures and diversity in themselves but to think about the diversity and choice for having hair according to native country can be bit indigestible but it is true that different countries people can have different choices and preferences for hair and even their texture and styling

Like few people love to be ginger with red hair and even some are born with this gingerness so if you will travel to countries like South America then people will appreciate your red hair and dream for the same hair will be there.

Similarly there can be different trend for the long hair in different countries like in India especially the Sikh people has great love for their long hair due to the religious believes not to have hair cut at any cost. Their practice for having long hair shows their respect for the perfection of all mighty’s creation.

Even in parts of Africa men love to have long hair like Caribbean due to practice of Rastafarianism and in this practice Rastas are said to wear their hair long as it represents Lion of Judah. Even the practice for long hair is also common in Native American Men who has great love for their hair. In America hair is considered as manifestation and extension of thoughts so these holds lot of spiritual power in American Culture.

Even the according to different countries love for the hair can be seen with the use of hair care products. Market researches for the hair care products revealed that in Indonesia people are most willing to invest for the hair care products to retain the health and shine of their hair on the opposite end harsh opposition can be seen in Sweden for using shampoo due to environmental conditions so the use for hair care product is less.

Technology based country Japan also ahead in hair care products as the dwellers focus for preventing their hair from breakage or damage. When it comes to India then it can be said that people have great love for their crowning glory as there is great market base for hair care products and people love to use them for preserving their locks.

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