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young golden blonde girl with earrings reveals her high heels and black thongs at the vanity table with lamp and mirror, antique chair and curtains

Young Golden Blonde Girl With Earrings Reveals Her High Heels And Black Thongs At The Vanity Table With Lamp And Mirror, Antique Chair And Curtains

Generally, blond hair in Europeans is associated with lighter eye color (gray, blue, green, and hazel) and light (sometimes freckled) skin tone. Strong sunlight also lightens hair of any pigmentation, to varying degrees, and causes many blond people to freckle, especially during childhood.
In Central, Western Asia (Middle East) and South Asia, there is also a low frequency of natural blonds found among some ethnic populations. In Afghanistan, blonds are particularly found among the Tajik (10% blond, especially in the Pamir region), Pashtun, and Nuristani people (related to the Kalash) who have a blond hair frequency of one in three. In Pakistan the Kalash tribe mostly have blond hair. Blonde hair color can naturally occur even among other people from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa & Northern Areas of Pakistan and in India which includes Khowar people, Pashtuns, Kashmiris, Shina people, Burusho, and descendants of European colonists (the latter found in Goa, Pondicherry).
Blonds are also found in Turkey, especially in northern (Caucasus) and western (European) parts of the country, and in parts of northern Iran, especially in the Caspian provinces. In the Levant, Israel (especially among the Ashkenazi), western Syria, northern Iraq, the Palestinian territories, Jordan and Lebanon have a frequency of blonds as well. Blond hair is also a common sight among Berbers of North Africa, especially in the Rif and Kabyle region and also among Maghreb Arabs of Berber descent. Emigration and invasion from North Africa to Southern Europe (especially Spain and Portugal) added the number of natural blonds in that region. Some Berber Guanche populations, particularly the now extinct aboriginal population of Tenerife, one of the Canary Islands, were said by 14th-century Spanish explorers to exhibit blond hair and blue eyes. Because of emigration from Canary Islands, a number of blonds are seen in Spain and in Isleño Spanish populations of Cuba, Louisiana, Texas, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Uruguay, Argentina and other countries of Latin America.
Aboriginal Australians, especially in the west-central parts of the continent, have a high frequency of natural blond-to-brown hair, with as many as 90–100% of children having blond hair in some areas. The trait among Indigenous Australians is primarily associated with children and women and the hair turns more often to a darker brown color, rather than black, as they age. Blondness is also found in some other parts of the South Pacific such as the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, and Fiji. Again there are higher incidences in children but many adults too carry this indigenous blond mutation. Blondness was also reported among Indigenous peoples in South America known as Cloud People. There can be blond hair among Peruvian mestizos of mixed Cloud People and Spanish and/or other European descent.

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