Friday, February 15, 2008
Women’s Locks Hold Key To Forecasting Economic Outlook
TOKYO (Nikkei)—Women tend to wear their hair long when the nation’s economy is up and short when it is down, a survey conducted over the past two decades by consumer goods manufacturer Kao Corp. shows. As concern grows about a possible economic downturn, will this hairstyle trend repeat itself, or will something new happen?
The rest of the article is here.
(via Mutant Frog)