Blondes Bigger Cheaters and Liars, Study
Blondes really do have more fun, according to a new survey.
Researchers found that blondes were more likely to lie about the number of sexual partners they've had in the past. They are also more likely than their darker-haired counterparts to lie about texting their ex boyfriends, according to a new study.
The survey also found that women with grey hair are the most honest when it comes to divulging their partners, with 41 percent claiming that they've never told any of the survey's ten most popular lies.
The latest study reveals that women in general keep many secrets from their partners including their shopping habits, hair color, dress size and real age.
The survey revealed that women were particularly secretive about their shopping habits when it comes to spending on clothes, beauty treatments and hair removal.
According to the latest research, one in 20 women lie to their partner about their dress size, and their weekly alcohol intake. Shockingly, one in 50 women confess that their partner doesn't even know their real age.
Researchers found that facial hair removal, underarm shaving, and pimple popping were the most secretive beauty habits for women. The study also found that women would rather tell the truth about Botox, plastic surgery, spray tanning, age and salary than reveal the truth about their graying hair.
In fact, more than 20 percent of women claim that their partner has no idea what their natural hair color is and 15 percent confessed to waking up early to apply make-up do their partners think they are naturally beautiful.
The survey was conducted by Charles Worthington, which is about to launch the new Instant Root Concealer, according to Daily Mail.
Most Popular Lies Women Tell Their Boyfriends
Feelings about their family and friends (16 %
Contacting former flames (13 %)
Money spent on shopping (13 %)
Number of sexual partners (12 %)
Weight (9 %)
Money spent on cosmetic treatments (8 %)
Life savings (7 %)
Cheating in past relationships (6 %)
Hair removal treatments (6 %)