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The most common hair color all over the world is black hair, no matter where in the world or the people ethnicity. Colors associated to black hair is almost infinite! Black hair is similar to Black or Melaninated people natural hair texture (& skin complexion while I'm thinking of it) being that it's not only the most common color but also the darkest & strongest.
Black hair is the shiniest hair and has the thickest hair strands. These amazing benefits are due to the dominated gene trait of Melanin! (If you ain't know, now you do!) Black hair or darker hair colors have the largest amount of the two types of Eumelanin, black and brown.
My natural hair color is super brown or black and I loved it! But one day I thought I just wanted to switch it up and dye it lighter, less bold, maybe blonde!? (I thought). But after doing it twice myself at home, it wouldn't get lighter! I was like why is my hair so dark that it won't turn yellow?! This is why. I get it now, do you? How can you make something that has the upper hand or predominate secondary? If black color is the commander in chief how can I (or should I say why) would I want it lesser?
I now (and have been) love my hair color because people do love it like I love it! I always get told how nice and thick my natural hair is and how beautiful it is.
When I found out this information or enlightened by it, I was amazed and then I thought no wonder it's so admired! It's Imperious! We should be arrogant about it and consider it Earth Royalty! Yeah, black or brown color! All together, skin color, hair color & texture! Know the damages done to your hair when bleaching it or artificially dying it? It's dangerous, basically, strips all your natural away! Is it worth it? Nope, but I understand wanting to switch it up so use Henna hair dye or other herbal dyes instead!
Originally, we all had brown eyes but a genetic mutation affecting the
OCA2 gene in our chromosomes resulted in the creation of a "switch"
which literally turned off the ability to produce brown eyes. This
explains why some people may have blue eyes. They had a genetic deficiency
of the OCA2 gene codes for the so-called P protein which is involved in
the production of melanin, the pigment which gives color to the hair,
eyes and skin.
The evidence of black, brown or red hair, eyebrows and eyes is evidence
of pigmentation and melanin production. Skin color, or the lack thereof,
is only one factor.
As far as another post concerning "darkness" is concerned, when one is
in "darkness" that is to say in the state of "sleep", this actually
stimulates melanin production. Lack of sleep results in the opposite
effect and hinders the functionality of the thyroid and pineal glands,
along with the pituitary.
Sistah Moor explained that there are four chemicals in Melanin that does
some pretty amazing things (she named each one, but I'll have to get
back with you on that). In the meantime here's how they help us:
1. One helps to calms us down.
2. One helps us to relax,
3. One works to purify our blood, and the
4. Other helps with oxygen.
"The most crucial role melanin plays is within the neural crest for it is
the architect that is responsible for the arrangement of the atoms
after the big bang or sperm hits the ovum. This electromagetic energetic
existence is response able and is all the has came to be and never was". - Emanuel Goodman
"The Terminology (dominating and recessive genes) speaks to the geno and pheno types that carrier a certain mathematical sum that when put to gather creates a certain physical illusion of still energy".