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The Blonds Blond Diamond Barbie brings the most sparkly splendor of fashion," the description read.
Obviously, a possible side effect of going blond is a backlash of criticism from your constituents, neighbors and/or family members who feel that you may be conforming to the European standard o f beauty.
If the exclusive spa resort gets the go ahead, it will have a no-brunette policy, which it hopes will attract tourists from around the world and also dispel stereotypes about blonds being dumb.
Yet there's nothing Red about a Blue Blond who sounds like a down-atheel country squire and is a dinosaur on marriage and gay adoption.
He's not the only Welsh athlete to dabble with dye - fellow 400m competitor Jamie Baulch has gone blond in the past - as well as every other colour in the rainbow.
By contrast, Hansford happily turned Blanchett white blond for a recent role.
A dark-haired person and a blond will almost always have dark-haired children.
CALGARY, Alberta--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 16, 1997-- Blond Bear Holdings (Alberta Stock Exchange BB.
My best friends at school were blond girls and I always imagined marrying one of them.
The former "Girls Next Door" star is so upset with the online comments that she has posted personal baby photos on her blog to prove that her blond strands are natural.