I'm naturally brunette, a feature I have hated about myself all my life. Most of the time when I liked a guy, my blonde friends always get the guy. I've been cheated on by guys with girls who have blonde hair and the guy who was my big time crush in my late teens to early twenties married a blonde. They divorced and now he's with another blonde. 95 percent of the time when one of my guy friends would say something about a girl looking really good, she would be blonde. My brown hair was even once called shitty brown by my crush. I desperately wanted to be blonde so I payed a lot of money for blonde highlights and I keep it blonde even though it's expensive. I will also spend a lot of money for just the special shampoo and conditioner to keep it at it's brightest blonde. It's true, society makes you feel like if you're not looking like a Barbie doll then you're ugly. If you're not blonde like certain celebrities, then you don't matter. To be classified as beautiful, you have to be blonde, skinny, big breasted, tan, rich. I have naturally big boobs, but if you're not anything like society wants you to look like, they're going to make you feel less special and extremely unattractive. It's like, either go blonde, and get skinny, or you're too ugly to be seen in public.