A woman who has dyed her hair five different colors claims men swooned over her the most when she was a blonde, and ignored her when she opted for black tresses.
US-based Sabrina Sallum, 24, went viral after revealing how people treated her when she dyed her natural brunette hair.
The TikToker has dyed her locks almost every shade, frequently going from pink to purple to blue and even ginger.
In a viral video, which has amassed more than 2.1 million views, Sabrina claimed that she received the most attention from men when she had blonde locks.
Captioning the clip, ‘I treated me so differently with different hair colors,’ she explained that at times, she believed potential partners only liked her because of her blonde tresses.
US-based Sabrina Sallum, 24, went viral after revealing how people treated her when she dyed her natural brunette hair to different colors
She claims men swooned over her the most when she had blonde locks and ignored her when she opted for black tresses
The TikToker has dyed her locks nearly every shade, frequently going from pink to purple to blue and even ginger
‘When I was blonde I got the most attention from men I’d ever gotten in my whole life,’ Sabrina said.
The TikToker went on to explain that when she had light locks she ‘constantly had guys’ sliding into her DMs, and frequently complimenting her hair.
Speaking about that period, Sabrina said: ‘That was probably the time I went on the most dates in my life, and the guys that I dated when I was blonde, I felt like they were very attached to my blonde hair.’
She went on to explain that when she would even mention dying her tresses to a darker shade, men would immediately suggest she stay blonde.
And while guys loved her light locks, the TikToker revealed that she had ‘less girlfriends’ at the time.
When the 24-year-old had colored hair, she described the way she was treated as ‘very weird.’
She explained that when she had red hair, most guys would ‘look right past’ her, before adding that there was always that ‘one guy’ who was obsessed with her bright-colored locks.
But what was interesting is when I did ginger, I didn’t get people saying I love your hair until after I dyed my hair back, then all these guys were like, “Oh what did you do to the copper hair, it was so pretty?” Sabrina said.
‘When I was blonde I got the most attention from men I’d ever gotten in my whole life,’ Sabrina said
The TikToker explained that when she had black hair she felt ‘really pretty,’ but was ‘used’ by men
‘I had green hair, which was accidental, but for some weird reason, all these guys loved it,’ she explained
The TikToker then detailed how both men and women behaved towards her when she had pink, purple, blue and green hair.
She explained that with pink hair ‘women complimented it,’ but men ignored it.
With purple hair, Sabrina said that she felt like there was a ‘mix’ of both girls and guys who liked it.
‘I had green hair, which was accidental, but for some weird reason, all these guys loved it,’ she added.
Then, Sabrina described what it was like to have black hair.
The TikToker said that when she had pink (right) and purple hair (left) there was a mix of men and women who complimented it and ignored it
The TikToker revealed how men treat her now that she is back to her brunette roots, explaining that she doesn’t receive as much attention but doesn’t mind
‘When I had black hair, I felt really pretty, but then I didn’t feel like I got nearly as much attention with all the other colors.
‘And I feel like when I had black hair I was used the most by men.’
Finally, the TikToker revealed how men treat her now that she is back to her brunette roots.
‘And now I just have my natural brown hair, and I feel like I don’t get nearly as much attention as I used to, but I’m okay with that because this is my natural hair color so I would rather a guy accept me for this, and know that he actually accepts me and who I am, than accept blonde hair ’cause it’s his kink,’ she said at the end of her video.
Her followers seemed to agree with her as many rushed to the comments section to share how they have been viewed with various colored locks
Her followers seemed to agree with her as many rushed to the comments section to share how they have been viewed with various colored locks.
‘People are so much nicer to me now that I’m blonde,’ one social media user said.
One person wrote: ‘Bro I got bullied for having green hair.’
‘The blonde is so true,’ another person added.
Someone else said: ‘Every time I go back brunette to get my hair natural and healthy, the shift in the way I get treated always makes me go back blonde!’