This is the kind of map a guy would draw up if he had way too much time on his hands.
The Blonde Map of Europe charts out the regions on the Continent according to the frequency of fair hair in the population. Norway, Sweden and Finland — no surprises there, really – have the highest percentages of light haired people at nearly 80 percent.
The map obviously hasn’t factored in recent immigration from Africa, and the movement of Europeans themselves across the continent.
And what of the type of blonde that comes out of a bottle? Is this natural blondes or simply all blondes? So many unanswered scientific questions …