16 Things Only Blonde Girls Can Relate To
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16 Things Only Blonde Girls Can Relate To

"No I don't have a dog, that's just my hair on the couch"

16 Things Only Blonde Girls Can Relate To

Don't get me wrong, I love having blonde hair. But there are certain things that blonde girls experience that other people just can't relate to. Here's 16 things that only blonde girls understand.


People assume things about you when you're blonde. A lot of people will think that you're stupid, shallow, crazy, mean, etc. Those people are probably just jealous of your golden locks.

People accusing you of not being a natural blonde

Some blondes have roots that are a shade darker than the rest of their hair because of highlights or natural highlights from the sun. Just because someone's roots aren't light doesn't mean they aren't a natural blonde. I can provide baby pictures of my adorable blonde self if you need more evidence.

Baby powder/dry shampoo is your personal savior

Since your hair looks greasy after not washing it for 12 hours, baby powder and dry shampoo are a must. You always keep it in your purse for a quick fix on hot days or for after the gym.

Your hair gets noticeably sweaty after working out for 10 minutes

Wanna look cute at the gym? Nice try but your hair is going to look darker and damp with sweat after 10 minutes on the elliptical

You have a signature blonde role model

Whether it's Marilyn Monroe, Elle Woods, or Taylor Swift, every blonde girl has a role model that they aspire to be like.

Literally never shaving your thighs

If you can't see it, it's not there right?

Your hair sheds EVERYWHERE

You're pretty much a golden retriever with the way that your hair sheds. But goldens are the the cutest dogs ever so who's the real winner here? Just make sure you think twice about brushing your hair while wearing a black shirt.

Blonde Jokes

Because we're still 12 years old and your brain can't comprehend jokes that actually require some thought, right?

Looking like a ghost in the winter when you're pale

When both your hair and skin are pale, you look like you belong in one of the twilight movies.

Where are your eyebrows?

You tend to look like this in pictures taken with flash in dark rooms. Because of your light brows, you've mastered the art of filling them in, although you haven't quite achieved Cara Delevigne's level of brow glory.

And Eyelashes

Thank God for mascara or your eyelashes wouldn't exist. But sometimes if you wear too much black eye makeup you look like you're still going through your Avril Lavigne phase.

When you wear pink and you look like a wannabe barbie

Enough said

Some people won't take you seriously

People might not take you seriously because they think you're just a ditzy little blonde girl. Prove them wrong at all costs

Everything is more noticeable

Damage, fly aways, bobby pins, everything is more noticeable in blonde hair.

"Oh you're smart for a blonde"

Kiss my sun goddess a*s please

You definitely know that blondes have more fun

Being blonde isn't just a hair color, it's a lifestyle. And you wouldn't trade your locks for anything.

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