Ratha (papertygre) wrote,
Ratha
papertygre

Is your hair part affecting your personality?

A left hair part draws unconscious attention to the activities that are controlled by the left hemisphere of the brain, i.e. activities traditionally attributed to masculinity. A right hair part draws unconscious attention to the activities that are controlled by the right hemisphere of the brain, i.e. activities traditionally attributed to femininity.

A man who parts his hair on the right, and who is striving for positive assessment in a traditionally male role is at risk for having difficulties in interpersonal relationships, since he is sending a mixed, subconscious message by emphasizing the activities of the brain traditionally attributed to femininity.

A woman who parts her hair on the left, and who is striving for positive assessment in a traditionally male role (for example, in business or politics) will be taken more seriously than a woman with a right part, who is emphasizing mental processes that are traditionally attributed to femininity.
http://www.truemirror.com/hp/hpttmc.asp

I part my hair on the right, but that's because it's long and I'm right handed, so I tilt my head to the left when I write, and I want the bangs not to dangle in my face if I don't have my hair back in a ponytail.

I read about this in a Time or Newsweek a couple of years ago, and I guess there's a whole set of data about US presidents and such. I love how the inventors of this theory are now marketing right-angle non-reversing mirrors (the True Mirror®)
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