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MORE than a third of women don’t have their natural hair colour – with blonde the most popular shade to change to.

A study of 2,000 adults found 53 per cent of the women who have coloured their hair opt for blonde, while just 28 per cent for brunette.

6More than a third of women don't have their natural hair colour, a study foundCredit: Getty - Contributor 6A survey found blonde is the most popular shade for women who have coloured their hair

Other popular colours include red (12 per cent) and black (six per cent).

However, 86 per cent of those with bleached hair describe their locks as ‘stressed out’, ‘thin’, ‘split’, or ‘dry’.

And although the bleached hair look is coveted, it does come with its side effects - with 40 per cent blaming their hair damage on the bleach.

But despite the negative side effects of bleach use, 36 per cent claim having a freshly blonde barnet boosts their confidence.

HUGE CONFIDENCE

Katie Piper, ambassador for Pantene Silky & Glowing, which commissioned the research, said: “I’ve always been very vocal about how my hair has been a huge confidence tool for me over the years.

“I’ve loved celebrating and experimenting with my hair in terms of style - and of course colour.”

The study also found one in 10 of those polled wish they hadn’t experimented so much with colours and styles at a young age.

Shockingly, one in five women first started bleaching their hair from as young as 11 years old.

636 per cent of women polled claim having a freshly blonde barnet boosts their confidenceCredit: Getty Images - Getty 6The study found that 36 per cent of women use bleached hair to boost their confidence

And by the time they’re older, a tenth worry they have ruined their hair permanently.

Six in 10 worry they have damaged their hair by using straighteners and doing DIY haircuts and colours.

And a tenth aren’t confident they know how to care for coloured locks, while 15 per cent are unsure if the products they use are suitable for their hair type.

One in five of those polled via OnePoll have even had to visit a professional to rescue an at-home hair disaster – with 28 per cent having bleached it incorrectly and 39 per cent even giving themselves an uneven cut.

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Almost half of women admitted they have experimented with at home bleach jobs.

Katie Piper added: “It’s hard to keep my natural hair quality whilst maintaining the bright bleach blonde look I love right now.

“The hair products you use and the aftercare is crucial, and I appreciate that more than ever.”

6Bleach, highlights and balayage have been found to be the most popular treatments 6According to the study, 43 per cent of women started their bleach hair journey at 16-20 years old

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Joey Votto turns wild triple play in Reds comeback win

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Joey Votto pulled off the Reds’ first triple play Saturday since they did so against the Yankees in 2017.

With runners on the corners and Cincinnati trailing by a run in the eighth inning against Cleveland, the star first baseman snared Josh Naylor’s line drive and made a diving tag of runner Franmil Reyes attempting to get back to the bag.

Votto then got up and appeared to ask if the runner at third, Eddie Rosario, had tagged up before running home. He threw to third baseman Max Schrock and umpire Chris Conroy signaled for the third out of the play.

“Of course, a huge swing in that game,” Reds manager David Bell said after his team came back to post a 3-2 win in 10 innings. “Hard-hit play by Joey. We got a break there. We got the break, and we made the most of it and then came back and won. But it could have definitely been a different game if they scored a run or two there.”

Votto’s defensive gem marked the 31st triple play in franchise history and the first since one against Todd Frazier of the Yankees on July 25, 2017.

Reds first baseman Joey Votto tags out Cleveland’s Franmil Reyes in the eighth inning as part of a triple play on April 17, 2021.Getty Images

Schrock admitted he wasn’t certain if Votto had caught the ball in the air, and he actually was yelling for him to throw the ball home to try to nail Rosario at the plate.

“I was screaming, ‘Four!’ I was screaming to throw home,’ Schrock said. “I’m glad he didn’t do that because it was a lot easier for him to flip it over to me at third, it ended up being. It’s cool to be a part of that.”

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