A new study suggests that some women opt for hair dye to stay in their image.
The findings are based on a survey of 1,200 women ages 18 to 44 from around the world.
Researchers said that the women who chose to dye themselves were less likely to identify as feminists, more likely to have a history of drug and alcohol abuse, and were less supportive of women’s health and reproductive rights.
The study found that a majority of the women said they did not dye their own hair because they were unhappy with the way it looked.
They said that it made them feel unattractive and that it interfered with their ability to maintain a healthy body image.
In some cases, the women did dye their whole bodies hair for cultural reasons.
Many of the participants said that they had dyed their hair because of the cultural value of the hair in their culture, like the traditional colors and the hairstyle, according to the researchers.
But the researchers said that there are other reasons women choose not to dye, such as religious beliefs.
For some women, the dyeing process may also be a way to maintain their individuality, the researchers wrote in the study.
It was unclear why some women were more likely than others to dye.
According to the study, more than 90 percent of the respondents said they chose the dye because they had an issue with the color of their hair.
But other women chose to go ahead and dye their entire bodies hair.
The researchers found that the reasons for these women to dye were similar to those for other women.
For some, the choice to dye was based on their religious beliefs, such a belief in the importance of the natural hair color, the study said.
Some also chose the hair dye because it looked cool or a way for their family to maintain pride in the woman they are with.
For other women, it was more about being more feminine, said Dr. Jessica Kriesser, a dermatologist at the University of Utah.
If they wanted to show off, they would dye their body hair, but they wanted that to be more of an aesthetic decision, Kriisser said.
And there were other reasons that some respondents were more than happy to dye the hair.
“We also found that they were very concerned about the color,” Krisser said in an interview with ABC News.
The new study comes just days after President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Trump has repeatedly suggested that women who do not shave their heads should not be allowed to vote.
He has also said that women should not have access to abortion.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer told ABC News in February that he believed it would be “a shame” if women who dye their natural hair were barred from voting.
“I don’t think it’s a shame, because women are beautiful,” he said.