Women spend 20 years of their lives worrying over bad hair days

London, Aug 9 (ANI): UK women waste 20 years of their lives stressing about their hair, a new study has found.

According to the survey, British women most admire Cheryl Cole's mane, followed by Holly Willoughby, Kelly Brook, Kate Middleton and Kim Kardashian.

On average, women across the UK are waking up with unruly hair at least three times during the week and each bad hair day is resulting in females spending at least four hours and 26 minutes feeling moody and depressed, the Daily Star reported.

Travelodge surveyed 2,000 women on how their hair affects their mood when they get up in the morning.

It found that, when women want to ooze self-confidence, be seductive and take on the world, it's not the designer outfit, the killer heels or the freshly made-up face that carries them forward.

More than half (52 percent) of British women believe their inner strength lies in their locks.

The survey also revealed that 67 pecent of women would mess up a job interview if they were experiencing a bad hair day.

Nearly half (49 percent) of the nation's female workers reported they lose their self-worth and do not perform to their normal standard in an important meeting or presentation if they are experiencing a bad hair day.

63 percent of women would cancel an important date if their hair was not looking its best.

52 percent of women would cancel an outing with their friends if they did not feel good about their hair.

A third (32 percent) of British female workers has rung in sick to avoid going into work with bad hair. (ANI)


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