The mean percentage of Dark hair is therefore 41%.
The provinces of the South - Algarve, Alentejo, Extremadura and Beira Baixa comparatively display this model at a higher measure. Inasmuch, the North - Beira Alta, Trás-os-Montes and Entre-Douro-e-Minho exhibits a relatively deficiency for this class of hair.
Confronting the population by district, the excess of dark hair is notably arranged in Faro, Beija, Évora, Portalegre, Lisboa and Castelo Branco.
In the North, the lack of dark hair is seen in Porto, Braga, Bragança, Viseu, Guarga and Coimbra.
This characteristic class of hair is to be noted in the littoral regions of South of Douro, on the border of the plateau of Trás-os-Montes, Beira-Baixa and Campo Maior.
The Islands fall in the same staircase, with the exception of Angra do Heroísmo.
Medium Hair is by accessory the second class of hair best represented by the population, with an exposure of 37.82% for males and 34.50% for females.
The mean percentage of Medium hair is therefore 36%.
Extremadura, Beira-Litoral and Entre-Douro-e-Minho neatly show this class of hair at a higher frequency, where Beira Baixa, Beira Alta and Trás-os-Montes do not.
By district, the excess of Medium hair is recorded in Lisbon, Santarém, Coimbra, Porto and Braga. In the South, Beja also boasts at a relatively high frequency.
In sum, Medium hair is also a characteristic feature to the littoral regions of the country, with the exception of the coast of Algarve.
In Insular Portugal, Horta and Anagra do Heroísmo also exhibit Medium hair at a high frequency with a tender lack of this class in Funchal and Ponta Delgada.
Below are examples of Brunette illustrious figures.
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