She was then an assistant to a Stockholm photographer. They came to the studio where she worked to view photographs of models.
Origins and meanings The word "blond" is first documented in English in  and derives from Old French blund, blont, meaning "a colour midway between golden and light chestnut ". The word "blond" has two possible origins.
However, linguists who favor a Latin origin for the word say that Medieval Latin blundus was a vulgar pronunciation of Latin flavusalso meaning "yellow".
Most authorities, especially French, attest to the Frankish origin. The word was reintroduced into English in the 17th century from French, and was for some time considered French; in French, "blonde" is a feminine adjective; it describes a woman with blond hair. Each of the two forms, however, is pronounced identically.
American Heritage 's Book of English Usage propounds that, insofar as "a blonde" can be used to describe a woman but not a man who is merely said to possess blond e hair, the term is an example of a " sexist stereotype [whereby] women are primarily defined by their physical characteristics.
The masculine version is used in the plural, in "blonds of the European race",  in a citation from Penny cyclopedia, which distinguishes genuine blondness as a Caucasian feature distinct from albinism.
The OED gives "brunet" as meaning "dark-complexioned" or a "dark-complexioned person", citing a comparative usage of brunet and blond to Thomas Henry Huxley in saying, "The present contrast of blonds and brunets existed among them. For example, the OED records its use in 19th-century poetic diction to describe flowers, "a variety of clay ironstone of the coal measures", "the colour of raw silk",  a breed of raylager beerand pale wood.
Common examples include the following: Based on a genetic research carried out at three Japanese universities, the date of the genetic mutation that resulted in blond hair in Europe has been isolated to about 11, years ago during the last ice age.
In this way, high frequencies of light hair in northern latitudes are a result of the light skin adaptation to lower levels of solar radiation, which reduces the prevalence of rickets caused by vitamin D deficiency.
The darker pigmentation at higher latitudes in certain ethnic groups such as the Inuit is explained by a greater proportion of seafood in their diet and by the climate which they live in, because in the polar climate there is more ice or snow on the ground, and this reflects the solar radiation onto the skin, making this environment lack the conditions for the person to have blond, brown or red hair, light skin and blue, grey or green eyes.
An alternative hypothesis was presented by Canadian anthropologist Peter Frost, who claims blond hair evolved very quickly in a specific area at the end of the last ice age by means of sexual selection. The earliest known individual with the derived allele is the ANE Afontova Gora 3 individual, dated to 14, years ago.
A study reported seven Mesolithzic hunter-gatherers found at Motalasouthern Swedendated to 7, years ago, as the earliest known individuals in whom the modern Scandinavian phenotype, combining light skin, blue eyes and blond hair, was combined.
A study published in Science reported a distinct genetic origin of blond hair in people from the Solomon Islands in Melanesiaassociated with an amino acid change in TYRP1 produced blond hair.
Babies may be born with blond hair even among groups where adults rarely have blond hair, although such natural hair usually falls out quickly.
Blond hair tends to turn darker with age, and many children's blond hair turns light, medium, dark brown or black before or during their adult years.
The pigmentation of both hair and eyes is lightest around the Baltic Sea, and darkness increases regularly and almost concentrically around this region. Blondism frequency varies among regions from A number of blond naturally mummified bodies of common people i. Burials seem to be clustered by hair-colour.
In these parts of Asia, blond hair is generally seen among children and usually turns into a shade of dark brown in adulthood. Environmental factors, such as sun exposure and nutrition status, often contribute to changes in hair color in Asia.
Blond hair is often seen in these groups, whereas the indigenous peoples are more likely to be dark haired. Reconstructed Blond Kouros's Head of the Acropolisc. Ganymedea Trojan youth, rolling a hoop, Attic vase c.
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