Lots of traits are statistically rare: Left-handedness (just 10 percent of the population!), curly hair (11 percent!), and blond hair (4 percent!), to name a few. But of the more than seven billion people on the planet, only 2 percent can claim to have this one special trait.
Human hair comes with all sorts of colors, textures and shapes. Notably, African hair is more coiled and dry; Asian hair is straighter and thicker; and Caucasian hair is somewhere in between with around 45% having straight hair, 40% having wavy hair, and 15% having curly hair.
Hair morphology is one of the more conspicuous features of human variation and is particularly diverse among people of European ancestry, for which around 45% of individuals have straight hair, 40% have wavy hair, and 15% have curly hair.
According to msn.com, only 11 per cent of the world's population has curly hair.
Your hair is naturally voluminous
Curls adds volume to your hair effortlessly, and you never have to worry about it being flat, limp and lifeless like those with straight hair. Even on days when you straighten your curls, there is always going to be that little amount of volume that will make others go green with envy.
And while the results did vary, in the end we found that 58% of the fellas agreed that curlier is sexier.
Several studies have demonstrated that curls are seen as attractive. What is this? In a survey by L'Oreal Paris, more than half of women use curling irons to style their hair. Many other studies have proven that curly-haired folks are seen as more attractive than those who wear their hair in different styles.
Hair type 1A is super-straight. It doesn't even hold a curl! 1A is the rarest hair type. It is usually found on people of Asian descent.
Most Japanese has natural straight hair or just a little curl, but we are attracted to what we don't have. So you will get many attentions but it is not a bad thing. I would say curly hair is not common in Japan. When you walk on the street in Japan, you may attract people's attention.
Fibres in the latter group were thicker, stronger and stiffer, with a greater scalp density. This means that curlier hair was found to be thicker, stronger and more resilient under mechanical forces than the near-straight hair.
A general observation across experiments was that straight hair was perceived as younger, healthier, and more attractive than wavy hair and darker shades (medium copper and brown) were perceived more positively than blonde hair.
The people of South Europe and North Africa have more curly and wavy hair than North Europe. Scotland and Ireland are a notable exception.
Yes, East Asians can have naturally curly hair.
The story of human migration and evolution is written in hair DNA. In sub-Saharan Africa, genes favour tight, curly hair.
Only Two Percent of the World's Population Have This Trait — Best Life.
Curly hair is thought to be better at keeping mammals warmer than just straight hair alone. In fact, straight hairs interwoven with curls creates the last line of defense against heat loss.
Many Asians have naturally straight hair, but there is a significant group of us who do have naturally curly or wavy hair!
@Han_Lucas some do and some don't. (I think there are less people who have natural curly hair among Koreans). I have natural curly hair tho. I think its standard is different, because the properties of hair is a little different between races, and also we style hair, so it is hard to recognize original form.
This is because bangs can shorten the forehead and create a more "rounded" look to the face. For Asians, this may be seen as more traditionally attractive or "Asian-looking." If you're considering getting bangs, keep in mind that they may accentuate your facial features in a way that you hadn't anticipated.
But this isn't the case because blonde hair is the 2nd rarest natural hair color. Only 3% of the total global population is blonde.
Caucasian, Asian and Indian hair samples were put to the test for the World's Best Hair study. Their results put an end to any splitting of hairs over the issue: in terms of health, the Indian hair is the best, topping other ethnic groups on all four counts.
Students are being told they are only allowed to dye their hair 'natural' colors, brown, black, blonde and red. Any 'unnatural' colors are not allowed because they are being deemed 'distracting' to other children. Individuality and freedom of expression are an important part of growth and development.
Unlike straight hair, curly hair tends to lack moisture and dry out easily, making it more difficult to care for. The amount of curl in your hair is influenced by your hair follicles. People with curly hair tend to have more oval or asymmetrical follicles. This, of course, is determined by your genetics.
Curly hair is considered a “dominant” gene trait. Straight hair is considered “recessive.” To put that in simple terms, that means that if one parent gives you a curly-haired gene and the other parent gives you a straight-haired gene, you'll be born with curly hair.
Sadly, in real life, curly hair is considered unprofessional in most settings. Millions of women go the extra mile just to be taken seriously at their jobs. Curly hair is seen as unprofessional, unruly, unkempt, wild, unpresentable.