A new study says dark-haired women make more dough than their lighter-haired friends.
Sure, they say blondes have more fun and are more likely to ask for a raise, but turns out brunettes come out on top in the office - and in relationships, according to the results of a new survey conducted by the cosmetics company, Garnier.
Brunettes are twice as likely to earn $65,000 to $80,000 compared to their flaxen-haired friends. What's more, 75 percent of people think brunettes are smarter than blondes.
According to experts, dark hair is associated with confidence and knowledge. And from an evolutionary P.O.V., this makes sense. Everyone's hair --blonde or brunette -- darkens over time and with age comes wisdom and a boost of confidence.
Not convinced? 71 percent of guys think brunettes make better wives and say they feel more successful with a dark-haired beauty by their side.
Tell us -- do you know more successful blondes or brunettes?