A mullet hairstyle with 3 strands of hair, which is popular with women, has been popularised by popular culture.
It is also a popular hairstyle for people with black hair and black men.
But a study has found that it can cause a number of problems including hair loss.
It is thought that a 3a scalp is the equivalent of the follicles in a mullet, but is only visible when the hair is thinned.
The white strands in the hair can also be visible under the white hair, and when the scalp is too thick, the white strands can also appear in the black hair.
The study, conducted by researchers from the University of Queensland, found that the hair strands of mullet people were more likely to appear white than the white hairs of black people.
The white strands were more noticeable in black hair than white hair in the mullet group.
Dr Rachel Williams from the School of Human Ecology, Department of Biology at the University said the findings suggested there could be a link between black people’s mullet and their hair loss, and this could be one of the reasons why people with hair loss have a different hairstyle to white people.
“If you have a mullette hair, you’re going to have a thicker, more white hair than the other way around,” Dr Williams said.
“It could be the result of the fact that you’re more likely, if you’re black, to have more melanocytes in your hair, than the rest of the population.”
Dr Williams said people with a mullett hair would be at higher risk of hair loss if they were not using a whitening product.
“The reason for that is because your scalp is thicker than the scalp of the average white person, and the white people have a thinner scalp, so their hair will curl up,” she said.
The study was published in the journal PLOS ONE.
Dr Williams says it is possible that people with darker hair can be more susceptible to hair loss due to a number ‘hidden factors’.
“There’s a lot of research into hair color, particularly in the Asian population and there’s research showing that darker hair may be more sensitive to melanin, and also the pigment of melanin in the skin,” she told ABC Radio.
“But what we do know is that there are some hidden factors that could make some people more susceptible.”
Dr Michael Raff, the president of the Australian College of Dermatologists, said it is not unusual for black people to have darker hair than their white counterparts.
“I think the reason why there is such a big disparity in hair color between black and white people is that we are a homogenous population, and we don’t have as much melanin as we have elsewhere in the world, so the pigment in the scalp that’s darker, the pigment that’s in the melanocytes, is more sensitive, he said.
Dr Raff said it was also not uncommon for black women to have black hair that has a similar texture to that of white hair.”
That’s why some black women have very short, curly black hair, some have very thick hair,” he said, adding that this may be the reason that the white woman with mullett hairstyle has a darker hair texture.