Brunette Day is held on May 3. This event in the first decade of the month May is annual. Help us
Brunette Day is an unofficial holiday celebrated on May 3. It was initiated by UK users on social networks and is gaining popularity. Recall that since 2006, when the Diamond Stiletto Awards ceremony took place, the date May 31 was declared World Blonde Day. And it seems that brunettes didn't want to be without a holiday of their own, either. Good ideas always come in time.
The more eumelanin pigment in your family's genes, the darker your hair. With a history deeply rooted in human evolution, it's no surprise that brunettes are known as wise, sophisticated and mature. Yes, they are different!
Dark brown hair color is the most common hair color in the world. 75-84% of the world's population has naturally black or dark brown hair (depending on the study). Brown hair is the second most common hair color in the world, with 11% of the population being naturally brunette and celebrating World Redhead Day on September 7.
Similar holidays and events, festivals and interesting facts
Baby Day on May 2 (is the first ever statewide celebration of the first three years, when early experiences shape livelong potential);
World Password Day on May 2 (first Thursday of May);
No Pants Day on May 3 (It is held on the first Friday in May);
Poetry Festival in Toulouse, France on May 3 (poetry contest of the Academy of Floraly, Toulouse organizer of poetry competitions for prizes of flowers held annually in the city, starting from the XIV century);
World Naked Gardening Day on May 4 (celebrated on the first Saturday of May);
Free Comic Book Day on May 4 (Held on the first Saturday in May);
Star Wars Day on May 4 (International observance)