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By Kim Anne May 2, 2013 9:27PM

Photo: Sexiest hairstyles // Uwe Krejci/Getty ImagesSubscribe to Simply Chic

What’s the first thing a man notices about a woman? Nope, it’s not her outfit or her cup size (shocking, we know). It’s actually her hair.

According to a survey taken by Zoosk.com, three-quarters of men admit they are likely to compliment a woman on her hairstyle, and results show that the hairstyle they find the sexiest of all is simple — down and straight got 38 percent of the votes, while down and curly registered as a close second at 33 percent. Rounding out the favorites were a sophisticated up-do and a simple ponytail, which tied at 13 percent.

More Living Beauty: Hairstyle of the day

"Keeping hush could be a mistake: nearly one-quarter of women say that they expect to be complimented on a hairstyle they’ve spent time on, and while 71 per cent don’t expect a new romantic interest to notice their hair, they will gladly accept the admiration," says Jane Barrett, director of marketing at Zoosk.

More Living Beauty: How to look sexy when you wake up

"You don’t have to be Vidal Sassoon to pay a woman a compliment, so guys, stop stressing over tresses and let the compliments fly!"

But as vocal as men are about what they like on a woman, they are equally opinionated about what they don’t like. Greasy hair and too much product were men's top pet peeves when it came to hair turn-offs.

On MSN Now: Favorite hairstyle for women

Tell us: What’s your favorite hairstyle to wear?

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May 17, 2013 4:27PM
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Photo: Sexiest hairstyles // Uwe Krejci/Getty ImagesSubscribe to Simply Chic

What’s the first thing a man notices about a woman? Nope, it’s not her outfit or her cup size (shocking, we know). It’s actually her hair.

According to a survey taken by Zoosk.com, three-quarters of men admit they are likely to compliment a woman on her hairstyle, and results show that the hairstyle they find the sexiest of all is simple — down and straight got 38 percent of the votes, while down and curly registered as a close second at 33 percent. Rounding out the favorites were a sophisticated up-do and a simple ponytail, which tied at 13 percent.

More Living Beauty: Hairstyle of the day

"Keeping hush could be a mistake: nearly one-quarter of women say that they expect to be complimented on a hairstyle they’ve spent time on, and while 71 per cent don’t expect a new romantic interest to notice their hair, they will gladly accept the admiration," says Jane Barrett, director of marketing at Zoosk.

More Living Beauty: How to look sexy when you wake up

"You don’t have to be Vidal Sassoon to pay a woman a compliment, so guys, stop stressing over tresses and let the compliments fly!"

But as vocal as men are about what they like on a woman, they are equally opinionated about what they don’t like. Greasy hair and too much product were men's top pet peeves when it came to hair turn-offs.

On MSN Now: Favorite hairstyle for women

Tell us: What’s your favorite hairstyle to wear?

More Simply Chic:
Jennifer Aniston's bold beauty move
Jennifer Lopez gets the award for sexiest ponytail ever
The real reason prom costs the average girl $1,139

 

 

May 17, 2013 3:40PM
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Photo: Sexiest hairstyles // Uwe Krejci/Getty ImagesSubscribe to Simply Chic

What’s the first thing a man notices about a woman? Nope, it’s not her outfit or her cup size (shocking, we know). It’s actually her hair.

According to a survey taken by Zoosk.com, three-quarters of men admit they are likely to compliment a woman on her hairstyle, and results show that the hairstyle they find the sexiest of all is simple — down and straight got 38 percent of the votes, while down and curly registered as a close second at 33 percent. Rounding out the favorites were a sophisticated up-do and a simple ponytail, which tied at 13 percent.

More Living Beauty: Hairstyle of the day

"Keeping hush could be a mistake: nearly one-quarter of women say that they expect to be complimented on a hairstyle they’ve spent time on, and while 71 per cent don’t expect a new romantic interest to notice their hair, they will gladly accept the admiration," says Jane Barrett, director of marketing at Zoosk.

More Living Beauty: How to look sexy when you wake up

"You don’t have to be Vidal Sassoon to pay a woman a compliment, so guys, stop stressing over tresses and let the compliments fly!"

But as vocal as men are about what they like on a woman, they are equally opinionated about what they don’t like. Greasy hair and too much product were men's top pet peeves when it came to hair turn-offs.

On MSN Now: Favorite hairstyle for women

Tell us: What’s your favorite hairstyle to wear?

More Simply Chic:
Jennifer Aniston's bold beauty move
Jennifer Lopez gets the award for sexiest ponytail ever
The real reason prom costs the average girl $1,139

 

 

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Photo: Sexiest hairstyles // Uwe Krejci/Getty ImagesSubscribe to Simply Chic

What’s the first thing a man notices about a woman? Nope, it’s not her outfit or her cup size (shocking, we know). It’s actually her hair.

According to a survey taken by Zoosk.com, three-quarters of men admit they are likely to compliment a woman on her hairstyle, and results show that the hairstyle they find the sexiest of all is simple — down and straight got 38 percent of the votes, while down and curly registered as a close second at 33 percent. Rounding out the favorites were a sophisticated up-do and a simple ponytail, which tied at 13 percent.

More Living Beauty: Hairstyle of the day

"Keeping hush could be a mistake: nearly one-quarter of women say that they expect to be complimented on a hairstyle they’ve spent time on, and while 71 per cent don’t expect a new romantic interest to notice their hair, they will gladly accept the admiration," says Jane Barrett, director of marketing at Zoosk.

More Living Beauty: How to look sexy when you wake up

"You don’t have to be Vidal Sassoon to pay a woman a compliment, so guys, stop stressing over tresses and let the compliments fly!"

But as vocal as men are about what they like on a woman, they are equally opinionated about what they don’t like. Greasy hair and too much product were men's top pet peeves when it came to hair turn-offs.

On MSN Now: Favorite hairstyle for women

Tell us: What’s your favorite hairstyle to wear?

More Simply Chic:
Jennifer Aniston's bold beauty move
Jennifer Lopez gets the award for sexiest ponytail ever
The real reason prom costs the average girl $1,139

 

 

May 3, 2013 9:16PM
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Photo: Sexiest hairstyles // Uwe Krejci/Getty ImagesSubscribe to Simply Chic

What’s the first thing a man notices about a woman? Nope, it’s not her outfit or her cup size (shocking, we know). It’s actually her hair.

According to a survey taken by Zoosk.com, three-quarters of men admit they are likely to compliment a woman on her hairstyle, and results show that the hairstyle they find the sexiest of all is simple — down and straight got 38 percent of the votes, while down and curly registered as a close second at 33 percent. Rounding out the favorites were a sophisticated up-do and a simple ponytail, which tied at 13 percent.

More Living Beauty: Hairstyle of the day

"Keeping hush could be a mistake: nearly one-quarter of women say that they expect to be complimented on a hairstyle they’ve spent time on, and while 71 per cent don’t expect a new romantic interest to notice their hair, they will gladly accept the admiration," says Jane Barrett, director of marketing at Zoosk.

More Living Beauty: How to look sexy when you wake up

"You don’t have to be Vidal Sassoon to pay a woman a compliment, so guys, stop stressing over tresses and let the compliments fly!"

But as vocal as men are about what they like on a woman, they are equally opinionated about what they don’t like. Greasy hair and too much product were men's top pet peeves when it came to hair turn-offs.

On MSN Now: Favorite hairstyle for women

Tell us: What’s your favorite hairstyle to wear?

More Simply Chic:
Jennifer Aniston's bold beauty move
Jennifer Lopez gets the award for sexiest ponytail ever
The real reason prom costs the average girl $1,139

 

 

May 3, 2013 9:14PM
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Photo: Sexiest hairstyles // Uwe Krejci/Getty ImagesSubscribe to Simply Chic

What’s the first thing a man notices about a woman? Nope, it’s not her outfit or her cup size (shocking, we know). It’s actually her hair.

According to a survey taken by Zoosk.com, three-quarters of men admit they are likely to compliment a woman on her hairstyle, and results show that the hairstyle they find the sexiest of all is simple — down and straight got 38 percent of the votes, while down and curly registered as a close second at 33 percent. Rounding out the favorites were a sophisticated up-do and a simple ponytail, which tied at 13 percent.

More Living Beauty: Hairstyle of the day

"Keeping hush could be a mistake: nearly one-quarter of women say that they expect to be complimented on a hairstyle they’ve spent time on, and while 71 per cent don’t expect a new romantic interest to notice their hair, they will gladly accept the admiration," says Jane Barrett, director of marketing at Zoosk.

More Living Beauty: How to look sexy when you wake up

"You don’t have to be Vidal Sassoon to pay a woman a compliment, so guys, stop stressing over tresses and let the compliments fly!"

But as vocal as men are about what they like on a woman, they are equally opinionated about what they don’t like. Greasy hair and too much product were men's top pet peeves when it came to hair turn-offs.

On MSN Now: Favorite hairstyle for women

Tell us: What’s your favorite hairstyle to wear?

More Simply Chic:
Jennifer Aniston's bold beauty move
Jennifer Lopez gets the award for sexiest ponytail ever
The real reason prom costs the average girl $1,139

 

 

May 3, 2013 9:02PM
avatar

Photo: Sexiest hairstyles // Uwe Krejci/Getty ImagesSubscribe to Simply Chic

What’s the first thing a man notices about a woman? Nope, it’s not her outfit or her cup size (shocking, we know). It’s actually her hair.

According to a survey taken by Zoosk.com, three-quarters of men admit they are likely to compliment a woman on her hairstyle, and results show that the hairstyle they find the sexiest of all is simple — down and straight got 38 percent of the votes, while down and curly registered as a close second at 33 percent. Rounding out the favorites were a sophisticated up-do and a simple ponytail, which tied at 13 percent.

More Living Beauty: Hairstyle of the day

"Keeping hush could be a mistake: nearly one-quarter of women say that they expect to be complimented on a hairstyle they’ve spent time on, and while 71 per cent don’t expect a new romantic interest to notice their hair, they will gladly accept the admiration," says Jane Barrett, director of marketing at Zoosk.

More Living Beauty: How to look sexy when you wake up

"You don’t have to be Vidal Sassoon to pay a woman a compliment, so guys, stop stressing over tresses and let the compliments fly!"

But as vocal as men are about what they like on a woman, they are equally opinionated about what they don’t like. Greasy hair and too much product were men's top pet peeves when it came to hair turn-offs.

On MSN Now: Favorite hairstyle for women

Tell us: What’s your favorite hairstyle to wear?

More Simply Chic:
Jennifer Aniston's bold beauty move
Jennifer Lopez gets the award for sexiest ponytail ever
The real reason prom costs the average girl $1,139

 

 

May 3, 2013 8:56PM
avatar

Photo: Sexiest hairstyles // Uwe Krejci/Getty ImagesSubscribe to Simply Chic

What’s the first thing a man notices about a woman? Nope, it’s not her outfit or her cup size (shocking, we know). It’s actually her hair.

According to a survey taken by Zoosk.com, three-quarters of men admit they are likely to compliment a woman on her hairstyle, and results show that the hairstyle they find the sexiest of all is simple — down and straight got 38 percent of the votes, while down and curly registered as a close second at 33 percent. Rounding out the favorites were a sophisticated up-do and a simple ponytail, which tied at 13 percent.

More Living Beauty: Hairstyle of the day

"Keeping hush could be a mistake: nearly one-quarter of women say that they expect to be complimented on a hairstyle they’ve spent time on, and while 71 per cent don’t expect a new romantic interest to notice their hair, they will gladly accept the admiration," says Jane Barrett, director of marketing at Zoosk.

More Living Beauty: How to look sexy when you wake up

"You don’t have to be Vidal Sassoon to pay a woman a compliment, so guys, stop stressing over tresses and let the compliments fly!"

But as vocal as men are about what they like on a woman, they are equally opinionated about what they don’t like. Greasy hair and too much product were men's top pet peeves when it came to hair turn-offs.

On MSN Now: Favorite hairstyle for women

Tell us: What’s your favorite hairstyle to wear?

More Simply Chic:
Jennifer Aniston's bold beauty move
Jennifer Lopez gets the award for sexiest ponytail ever
The real reason prom costs the average girl $1,139

 

 

May 3, 2013 8:55PM
avatar

Photo: Sexiest hairstyles // Uwe Krejci/Getty ImagesSubscribe to Simply Chic

What’s the first thing a man notices about a woman? Nope, it’s not her outfit or her cup size (shocking, we know). It’s actually her hair.

According to a survey taken by Zoosk.com, three-quarters of men admit they are likely to compliment a woman on her hairstyle, and results show that the hairstyle they find the sexiest of all is simple — down and straight got 38 percent of the votes, while down and curly registered as a close second at 33 percent. Rounding out the favorites were a sophisticated up-do and a simple ponytail, which tied at 13 percent.

More Living Beauty: Hairstyle of the day

"Keeping hush could be a mistake: nearly one-quarter of women say that they expect to be complimented on a hairstyle they’ve spent time on, and while 71 per cent don’t expect a new romantic interest to notice their hair, they will gladly accept the admiration," says Jane Barrett, director of marketing at Zoosk.

More Living Beauty: How to look sexy when you wake up

"You don’t have to be Vidal Sassoon to pay a woman a compliment, so guys, stop stressing over tresses and let the compliments fly!"

But as vocal as men are about what they like on a woman, they are equally opinionated about what they don’t like. Greasy hair and too much product were men's top pet peeves when it came to hair turn-offs.

On MSN Now: Favorite hairstyle for women

Tell us: What’s your favorite hairstyle to wear?

More Simply Chic:
Jennifer Aniston's bold beauty move
Jennifer Lopez gets the award for sexiest ponytail ever
The real reason prom costs the average girl $1,139

 

 

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