So, it’s not so scientific, but statistical info I am going to give you today.
Because I am so random, this week is about hair.
According to a survey conducted by Tresemme, a brand of shampoo, the average woman spends $50,000 on her hair in her lifetime. Each year we spend $160 on shampoos and conditioners. We spend $520 on haircuts. So, if you think about it, that really adds up. More money than we think goes to our hair.
Not only is it money that we spend, but time as well. Most women spend at least an hour and twenty minutes a week doing their hair. And that also accumulates. By the time they reach 65 years of age, they have spent six or seven months doing their hair.
In other words, if you are running out of ways to save money and time, be bald.
Of course, since I love COSMOS, here’s Neil deGrasse Tyson for you:
Now, this is because the whole universe is made of the same things. With the Big Bang, several elements were sent throughout the universe. They made the stars and therefore us, goes the theory. The element thing is proven, not too much the reason.
Well, I hope you liked this statistical Fact of the Week!
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