Friday, June 19, 2009

Hardwork's Random Fact of the Day

In the Holy Roman Empire, going blonde wasn’t exactly a fashion statement. At the time, light-color hair was associated with the barbarian women of Gaul and Germany who often ended up as slaves in brothels. Consequently, Roman law required all prostitutes to dye their hair blonde in order to distinguish themselves from “proper,” dark-mane ladies.

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