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22nd May '16 10:43:34 PM dmcreif
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* In ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', Queen Elsa has platinum blonde hair, but her sister Princess Anna and her father Agdar have strawberry blonde hair and her mother Idun is a brunette. Justified since Elsa's hair color is presumably the result of her [[AnIcePerson having ice powers]].



* The main villain of ''Film/DemolitionMan'' (played by Wesley Snipes) is a black man with blond hair. No explanation for this is ever given.

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* The *Simon Phoenix, the main villain of ''Film/DemolitionMan'' (played by Wesley Snipes) is a black man guy with blond hair. No explanation for this is ever given. But then again Phoenix is eccentric.
6th May '16 1:44:42 PM Lissabelle116
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* Violet from ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' has long raven black hair while both her father and younger brother have blonde hair and her mother has brown hair. Because dark genes are dominant she should have had brown hair at the darkest. However, considering her gloomy personality, it is possible that she wanted to dye it black.

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* Violet Parr from ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' has long raven black hair while both her father and younger brother have blonde hair and her mother has brown auburn hair. Because dark genes are dominant she should have had brown hair at the darkest. However, considering her gloomy personality, it is possible that she wanted to dye it black.black.
** The Parrs/Incredibles have hereditary superpowers. It's possible that genetics aren't quite the same for them, and Violet's hair is natural.
9th Apr '16 7:30:19 PM sorako
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* ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' would fit into plausible hair, except that one of ThoseTwoGuys is blond. Aside from him, all characters in either have black hair or are goddesses or, in a few cases, both. Considering that one guy is the one human who has blond hair, it's pretty close to actual Japanese demographics. (He's also a leather-and-shades-wearing punk biker with spark plugs for earrings; it's likely that he bleaches it -- see the notes for ''Midori no Hibi'' below.)

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* ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' would fit into plausible hair, except that one of ThoseTwoGuys is blond. Aside from him, all characters in either have black hair or are goddesses or, in a few cases, both. Considering that one guy is the one human who has blond hair, it's pretty close to actual Japanese demographics. (He's also a leather-and-shades-wearing punk biker with spark plugs for earrings; it's likely that he bleaches it -- see the notes for ''Midori no Hibi'' ''Manga/MidoriDays'' below.)



* ''Manga/MidoriNoHibi'' has plausible brown or black for all characters except the leads, blond Seiji and greenheaded Midori. However, Seiji having brown hair in flashbacks implies that he dyes it, leaving Midori the only character with an impossible hair colour. Her real body has hair a darker shade of green. (By the way, the Japanese word for green is "[[MeaningfulName midori]]".) Seiji may be a [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18567_6-japanese-subcultures-that-are-insane-even-japan_p2.html yankii]]. Anyway, in many anime, having blond hair for a male japanese character would be a short cut to saying "This guy here is a delinquent!"

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* ''Manga/MidoriNoHibi'' ''Manga/MidoriDays'' has plausible brown or black for all characters except the leads, blond Seiji and greenheaded Midori. However, Seiji having brown hair in flashbacks implies that he dyes it, leaving Midori the only character with an impossible hair colour. Her real body has hair a darker shade of green. (By the way, the Japanese word for green is "[[MeaningfulName midori]]".) Seiji may be a [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18567_6-japanese-subcultures-that-are-insane-even-japan_p2.html yankii]]. Anyway, in many anime, having blond hair for a male japanese character would be a short cut to saying "This guy here is a delinquent!"
5th Apr '16 1:24:49 AM Pichu-kun
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* Tamaki, Renge, and Honey from ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'' all have blond hair, and the Hitachiin twins are both redheads.
** Tamaki and Renge are half-French. They, at least, have a reasonable explanation.

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* Tamaki, Renge, and Honey from ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'' all have blond hair, and the Hitachiin twins are both redheads.
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redheads. Tamaki and Renge are half-French. They, at least, have a reasonable explanation.



* Everyone in ''Manga/{{Life}}'' have black hair except for Hatori and Manami, who are blondes. This is very explained but considering that Hatori is a [[JapaneseDelinquents delinquent]] and Manami is a fashionable popular girl they're probably dyed. The LiveActionAdaptation [[AdaptationDyeJob darkens their hair]].

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* Everyone in ''Manga/{{Life}}'' have black hair except for Hatori and Manami, who are blondes. This is very never explained but considering that Hatori is a [[JapaneseDelinquents delinquent]] and Manami is a fashionable popular girl they're probably dyed.they robably bleached their hair. The LiveActionAdaptation [[AdaptationDyeJob darkens their hair]].
5th Apr '16 1:22:11 AM Pichu-kun
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* ''MidoriNoHibi'' has plausible brown or black for all characters except the leads, blond Seiji and greenheaded Midori. However, Seiji having brown hair in flashbacks implies that he dyes it, leaving Midori the only character with an impossible hair colour. Her real body has hair a darker shade of green. (By the way, the Japanese word for green is "[[MeaningfulName midori]]".)
** Seiji may be a [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18567_6-japanese-subcultures-that-are-insane-even-japan_p2.html yankii]]. Anyway, in many anime, having blond hair for a male japanese character would be a short cut to saying "This guy here is a delinquent!"
* Lampshaded, and even somewhat deconstructed, in ''Manga/FruitsBasket''. Although some of the [[EasternZodiac Members of the Zodiac]] have dark brown or black hair, most of them have hair ranging from red/orange to blonde, and a few of them have grey or white hair (always corresponding to their [[InvoluntaryShapeshifting animal forms]]). [[CaptainObvious This is not normal for Japan.]] It's constantly noted by other characters, with most adults suspecting that they dye their hair. It's even worse with other students - ''all'' of the Juunishi with such unusual hair colors ([[ButNotTooForeign except Momiji]]) got teased, or even bullied for it, as kids. Most of them were able to get through it relatively unscathed, but poor [[CuteMute Kisa]] was traumatized by it.
** The most hysterical lampshade would probably be when the student council president demanded that Hatsuharu show him physical proof that that was his natural hair color...and Hatsuharu complied. By dragging him into the nearby bathroom.

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* ''MidoriNoHibi'' ''Manga/MidoriNoHibi'' has plausible brown or black for all characters except the leads, blond Seiji and greenheaded Midori. However, Seiji having brown hair in flashbacks implies that he dyes it, leaving Midori the only character with an impossible hair colour. Her real body has hair a darker shade of green. (By the way, the Japanese word for green is "[[MeaningfulName midori]]".)
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) Seiji may be a [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18567_6-japanese-subcultures-that-are-insane-even-japan_p2.html yankii]]. Anyway, in many anime, having blond hair for a male japanese character would be a short cut to saying "This guy here is a delinquent!"
* Lampshaded, and even somewhat deconstructed, in ''Manga/FruitsBasket''. Although some of the [[EasternZodiac Members of the Zodiac]] have dark brown or black hair, most of them have hair ranging from red/orange to blonde, and a few of them have grey or white hair (always corresponding to their [[InvoluntaryShapeshifting animal forms]]). [[CaptainObvious This is not normal for Japan.]] It's constantly noted by other characters, with most adults suspecting that they dye their hair. It's even worse with other students - ''all'' of the Juunishi with such unusual hair colors ([[ButNotTooForeign except Momiji]]) got teased, or even bullied for it, as kids. Most of them were able to get through it relatively unscathed, but poor [[CuteMute Kisa]] was traumatized by it.
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it. The most hysterical lampshade would probably be when the student council president demanded that Hatsuharu show him physical proof that that was his natural hair color...and Hatsuharu complied. By dragging him into the nearby bathroom.



* The Medicine Seller in ''Anime/{{Mononoke}}'' has very pale blond hair in feudal Japan, which, like his IcyBlueEyes, FacialMarkings and PointyEars, goes [[UnusuallyUninterestingSight inexplicably unnoticed]] by those around him.

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* ''Anime/{{Mononoke}}'':
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The Medicine Seller in ''Anime/{{Mononoke}}'' has very pale blond hair in feudal Japan, which, like his IcyBlueEyes, FacialMarkings and PointyEars, goes [[UnusuallyUninterestingSight inexplicably unnoticed]] by those around him.



* Misa in ''Manga/DeathNote'', though it's possible she dyes it. For that matter, Light has light brown.
** And Near's is snow-white. There's no particular reason to believe he's Japanese, but it's not substantially more plausible for a Westerner. Fan theory states that he's albino, which could theoretically make him Japanese, but this raises the question of why his eyes aren't red (although Real Life albinos eyes aren't always "red").
* In ''Franchise/SailorMoon'':

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* Misa in ''Manga/DeathNote'', though it's possible she dyes it. For that matter, 'Manga/DeathNote'':
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Light has light brown.
brown. It stands out even more [[HollywoodGenetics as his family members don't]].
** And Near's hair is snow-white. There's no particular reason to believe he's Japanese, but it's not substantially more plausible for a Westerner. Fan theory states that he's albino, which could theoretically make him Japanese, but this raises the question of why his eyes aren't red (although Real Life albinos eyes aren't always "red").
* In ''Franchise/SailorMoon'':



* In ''Anime/WeissKreuz'', Aya's hair is ''bright red'', and Youji and Omi are both blond. Youji's might be bleached, but flashbacks indicate that Aya and Omi's hair colors are most likely natural (and their other family members are all dark-haired).
** Youji is half-French, although this isn't brought up in the anime itself. Omi remains without an excuse, though.

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* In ''Anime/WeissKreuz'', Aya's hair is ''bright red'', and Youji and Omi are both blond. Youji's might be bleached, but flashbacks Flashbacks indicate that Aya and Omi's hair colors are most likely natural (and their other family members are all dark-haired).
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dark-haired). Youji is half-French, although this isn't brought up in the anime itself. Omi remains without an excuse, though.



* Early artwork of Yuki's boyfriend in ''Manga/WanderingSon'' had him with blond hair, while everyone else in the manga has realistic colors. The following volumes clear it up by giving him brown hair.

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* Early artwork of Yuki's boyfriend in ''Manga/WanderingSon'' had him with blond hair, while everyone else in the manga has realistic colors.colors (though it could have been bleached considering his personality). The following volumes clear it up by giving him brown hair.



* Everyone in ''Manga/{{Life}}'' have black hair except for Hatori and Manami. This is very explained but considering that Hatori is a [[JapaneseDelinquents delinquent]] and Manami is a fashionable popular girl they're probably dyed. The LiveActionAdaptation [[AdaptationDyeJob darkens their hair]].

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* Everyone in ''Manga/{{Life}}'' have black hair except for Hatori and Manami.Manami, who are blondes. This is very explained but considering that Hatori is a [[JapaneseDelinquents delinquent]] and Manami is a fashionable popular girl they're probably dyed. The LiveActionAdaptation [[AdaptationDyeJob darkens their hair]].


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* Characters ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'' had mostly normal hair colors for Japanese characters, with the ones who [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair didn't]] having dark hair in colors similar to black. Lorelei and Misty stand out with their red hair. Future ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games give characters whatever hair colors they please.
14th Feb '16 10:35:50 PM Pichu-kun
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* ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' is full of examples, especially for a cast that's (supposedly) pure-bred Japanese.
** There seems to be a trend with red hair: both Battler and Ange share the same dark red hair color, but their parents have different hair colors (might be disputed, since Battler's mother isn't ever described in detail [[spoiler:and isn't even his real mother]]). Eva is a FieryRedhead, and Maria shares the brown-red hair color.
** Kyrie has white hair, which [[UnusuallyUninterestingSight no one questions]]. Note that her skin tone is the same as the other women. At the very end of the story, [[spoiler:Battler's hair also goes white, which symbolizes his acceptance of that fact that she was his real mother]].
** Natsuhi has MulticoloredHair that starts out as light brown, goes to brown, and ends with (you guessed it!) red.
** Krauss and Rosa both have really light brown hair.
** Natsuhi's daughter, Jessica, is the only (human) character in the cast to have blonde hair.
* ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'': For all its wackiness, is actually pretty good about hair colors. Most of the cast either has brown or black hair, and those who don't clearly dye their hair (they all have black eye brows). However, there are still a few exceptions in the cast; most notably, Taka's been a white-haired pretty boy since childhood, Agon was light-haired as a child, and Sakuraba's hair ranges from light brown to blonde.
** Given Sakuraba's status as an idol, it's probable that he was forced to dye it.

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* ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' is full of examples, especially for a cast that's (supposedly) pure-bred Japanese.
** There seems to be a trend with red hair: both Battler and Ange share the same dark red hair color, but their parents have different hair colors (might be disputed, since Battler's mother isn't ever described in detail [[spoiler:and isn't even his real mother]]). Eva is a FieryRedhead, and Maria shares the brown-red hair color.
** Kyrie has white hair, which [[UnusuallyUninterestingSight no one questions]]. Note that her skin tone is the same as the other women. At the very end of the story, [[spoiler:Battler's hair also goes white, which symbolizes his acceptance of that fact that she was his real mother]].
** Natsuhi has MulticoloredHair that starts out as light brown, goes to brown, and ends with (you guessed it!) red.
** Krauss and Rosa both have really light brown hair.
** Natsuhi's daughter, Jessica, is the only (human) character in the cast to have blonde hair.
* ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'': For all its wackiness, is actually pretty good about hair colors. Most of the cast either has brown or black hair, and those who don't clearly dye their hair (they all have black eye brows). However, there are still a few exceptions in the cast; most notably, Taka's been a white-haired pretty boy since childhood, Agon was light-haired as a child, and Sakuraba's hair ranges from light brown to blonde.
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blonde. Given Sakuraba's status as an idol, it's probable that he was forced to dye it.



* Rin from ''Manga/UsagiDrop'' is the only character with blonde hair. Not even her parents have blonde hair. [[spoiler:Considering the reveal late in the series that Rin is not biologically Daikichi's grandfathers daughter, it could be considered {{foreshadowing}}. She might be [[PhenotypeStereotype biracial]].]]

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* Rin from ''Manga/UsagiDrop'' ''Manga/BunnyDrop'' is the only character with blonde hair. Not even her parents have blonde hair. [[spoiler:Considering the reveal late in the series that Rin is not biologically Daikichi's grandfathers daughter, it could be considered {{foreshadowing}}. She might be [[PhenotypeStereotype biracial]].]]



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* Pretty much all the main characters of ''Webcomic/{{Megatokyo}}''. This is tricky to spot because nearly all the strips are black-and-white, but you can see it in the rare coloured strips and book covers. Kimiko has a light-brown-blonde colour. Erika's hair is orange-red. Miho's hair is purple, but given [[DarkMagicalGirl who]] [[MindScrew she]] [[IllGirl is]], it may not be natural.

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* Pretty much all ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' is full of examples, especially for a cast that's (supposedly) pure-bred Japanese.
** There seems to be a trend with red hair: both Battler and Ange share
the main characters of ''Webcomic/{{Megatokyo}}''. This same dark red hair color, but their parents have different hair colors (might be disputed, since Battler's mother isn't ever described in detail [[spoiler:and isn't even his real mother]]). Eva is tricky to spot because nearly all a FieryRedhead, and Maria shares the strips are black-and-white, but you can see it brown-red hair color.
** Kyrie has white hair, which [[UnusuallyUninterestingSight no one questions]]. Note that her skin tone is the same as the other women. At the very end of the story, [[spoiler:Battler's hair also goes white, which symbolizes his acceptance of that fact that she was his real mother]].
** Natsuhi has MulticoloredHair that starts out as light brown, goes to brown, and ends with (you guessed it!) red.
** Krauss and Rosa both have really light brown hair.
** Natsuhi's daughter, Jessica, is the only (human) character
in the rare coloured strips and book covers. Kimiko has a light-brown-blonde colour. Erika's hair is orange-red. Miho's hair is purple, but given [[DarkMagicalGirl who]] [[MindScrew she]] [[IllGirl is]], it may not be natural.cast to have blonde hair.


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* Pretty much all the main characters of ''Webcomic/{{Megatokyo}}''. This is tricky to spot because nearly all the strips are black-and-white, but you can see it in the rare coloured strips and book covers. Kimiko has a light-brown-blonde colour. Erika's hair is orange-red. Miho's hair is purple, but given [[DarkMagicalGirl who]] [[MindScrew she]] [[IllGirl is]], it may not be natural.
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14th Feb '16 10:30:50 PM Pichu-kun
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* Early artwork of Yuki's boyfriend in ''WanderingSon'' had him with blond hair, while everyone else in the manga has realistic colors. The next volumes clear it up, giving him brown hair.

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* Early artwork of Yuki's boyfriend in ''WanderingSon'' ''Manga/WanderingSon'' had him with blond hair, while everyone else in the manga has realistic colors. The next following volumes clear it up, up by giving him brown hair.



* Atsuko from ''Anime/MichikoToHatchin'' is a black woman with a blonde afro. While not impossible it's very rare.
* Everyone in ''Manga/{{Life}}'' have black hair except for Hatori and Manami. This is very explained but considering that Hatori is a [[JapaneseDelinquents delinquent]] and Manami is a fashionable popular girl they're probably dyed. The LiveActionAdaptation [[AdaptationDyeJob darkens their hair]].
* Rin from ''Manga/UsagiDrop'' is the only character with blonde hair. Not even her parents have blonde hair. [[spoiler:Considering the reveal late in the series that Rin is not biologically Daikichi's grandfathers daughter, it could be considered {{foreshadowing}}. She might be [[PhenotypeStereotype biracial]].]]



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* The main villain of ''Film/DemolitionMan'' (played by Wesley Snipes) is a black man with blond hair. No explanation for this is ever given.
* ''Film/MyLifeAsADog'': Manne is the closest thing Ingemar has to a friend but Manne has an unusual genetic trait. His hair is green. It's not bright green. It's a natural blonde hair that has somehow gotten a slight shade of green mixed in due to genetics. This makes Manne as much of an outsider as Ingemar.

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* The main villain of ''Film/DemolitionMan'' (played by Wesley Snipes) is a Violet from ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' has long raven black man with blond hair. No explanation for this is ever given.
* ''Film/MyLifeAsADog'': Manne is the closest thing Ingemar has to a friend but Manne has an unusual genetic trait. His
hair is green. It's not bright green. It's a natural while both her father and younger brother have blonde hair and her mother has brown hair. Because dark genes are dominant she should have had brown hair at the darkest. However, considering her gloomy personality, it is possible that has somehow gotten a slight shade of green mixed she wanted to dye it black.
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Coraline}}'', the title character's parents both have dark brown hair while her own hair is blue. It's actually dyed blue and you can see
in due to genetics. This makes Manne as much of an outsider as Ingemar.the picture with her and her parents at the zoo that her real hair color is brown, like her parents.



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* The main villain of ''Film/DemolitionMan'' (played by Wesley Snipes) is a black man with blond hair. No explanation for this is ever given.
* ''Film/MyLifeAsADog'': Manne is the closest thing Ingemar has to a friend but Manne has an unusual genetic trait. His hair is green. It's not bright green. It's a natural blonde hair that has somehow gotten a slight shade of green mixed in due to genetics. This makes Manne as much of an outsider as Ingemar.
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* [[RefugeInAudacity Surprisingly]], most Japanese characters in ''VideoGame/SengokuBasara'' have realistic brown or black hair, except for Kasuga, Sorin and Rikyu, who are blond, and Kotaro, Magoichi and Yoshiteru, who are redheads. No one draws attention to this and it's apparently natural. There're also no fewer than six (young) characters with white/silver hair, implying it's an even more common occurrence than a blond or a redhead in the Basaraverse.
** Sakon one-ups everybody else by having two-tone hair.

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* [[RefugeInAudacity Surprisingly]], most Japanese characters in ''VideoGame/SengokuBasara'' have realistic brown or black hair, except for Kasuga, Sorin and Rikyu, who are blond, and Kotaro, Magoichi and Yoshiteru, who are redheads. No one draws attention to this and it's apparently natural. There're also no fewer than six (young) characters with white/silver hair, implying it's an even more common occurrence than a blond or a redhead in the Basaraverse. \n** Sakon one-ups everybody else by having two-tone hair.



* Violet from ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' has long raven black hair while both her father and younger brother have blonde hair and her mother has brown hair. Because dark genes are dominant she should have had brown hair at the darkest. However, considering her gloomy personality, it is possible that she wanted to dye it black.
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Coraline}}'', the title character's parents both have dark brown hair while her own hair is blue, although it's actually dyed blue. You can see in the picture with her and her parents at the zoo that her real hair color is brown like her parents.
* Lincoln Loud of ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'' has white hair, while his sisters have either brown or blonde hair (except Lucy, who has black hair, though given her {{goth}} personality, it's probably dyed).

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* Violet from ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' has long raven black hair while both her father and younger brother have blonde hair and her mother has brown hair. Because dark genes are dominant she should have had brown hair at the darkest. However, considering her gloomy personality, it is possible that she wanted to dye it black.
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Coraline}}'', the title character's parents both have dark brown hair while her own hair is blue, although it's actually dyed blue. You can see in the picture with her and her parents at the zoo that her real hair color is brown like her parents.
* Lincoln Loud of ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'' has white hair, while his sisters have either brown or blonde hair (except Lucy, who has black hair, though given her {{goth}} personality, it's probably dyed).dyed.
20th Jan '16 5:39:58 PM Adept
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* ''UltraManiac'' has a few people with blonde hair. Nina is justified because [[ItWasHisSled she's a witch]], but on normal people, it's a bit jarring.

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* ''UltraManiac'' ''Manga/UltraManiac'' has a few people with blonde hair. Nina is justified because [[ItWasHisSled she's a witch]], but on normal people, it's a bit jarring.
18th Jan '16 4:12:01 PM Willbyr
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Usually, this is at least a little [[JustifiedTrope justified]]. The character might have foreign parents, or dye their hair, or something more interesting (like [[RobotHair being a robot]]). Other times, the reasons are left to the viewer's imaginations.

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Usually, this is at least a little [[JustifiedTrope justified]].{{justified|Trope}}. The character might have foreign parents, or dye their hair, or something more interesting (like [[RobotHair being a robot]]). Other times, the reasons are left to the viewer's imaginations.



* ''UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' is full of examples, especially for a cast that's (supposedly) pure-bred Japanese.

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* ''UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' is full of examples, especially for a cast that's (supposedly) pure-bred Japanese.



* ''{{Eyeshield 21}}'': For all its wackiness, is actually pretty good about hair colors. Most of the cast either has brown or black hair, and those who don't clearly dye their hair (they all have black eye brows). However, there are still a few exceptions in the cast; most notably, Taka's been a white-haired pretty boy since childhood, Agon was light-haired as a child, and Sakuraba's hair ranges from light brown to blonde.

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* ''{{Eyeshield ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'': For all its wackiness, is actually pretty good about hair colors. Most of the cast either has brown or black hair, and those who don't clearly dye their hair (they all have black eye brows). However, there are still a few exceptions in the cast; most notably, Taka's been a white-haired pretty boy since childhood, Agon was light-haired as a child, and Sakuraba's hair ranges from light brown to blonde.



* In Webcomic/KillLaKillAU, we have a six-year old Ragyo's hair, which is blonde. Both of her parents have black hair, however, this is a tad excusable in that Amoridere isn't sure what hair color Ragyo would have had as a child, pre-life fibers, and figured it would have been either black (like [[spoiler:Ryuuko]] and Satsuki's) or blonde ([[spoiler:like Nui's]]). Apparently, blonde hair must be a recessive gene that both of her parents have, seeing that only then one of her daughters have blond hair (then again, [[spoiler:Nui is an artificial human who has some of her mother's genes as a basis]]) and both of her other daughters have black hair.
* In ''Fanfic/{{Chlorine Grown Roses}}'', Azusa's hair is half black and half blond. This is explained as being natural because her mom had black hair and her dad had blond hair, but it doesn't make sense because both of her parents are Japanese. Additionally, her friend Akira--who is also Japanese, presumably--is blond, and the tips of Akira's hair are still burnt from a fire she was involved in ten years ago. According to Azusa, "they would be there, for the rest of her life."

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* In Webcomic/KillLaKillAU, ''Webcomic/KillLaKillAU'', we have a six-year old Ragyo's hair, which is blonde. Both of her parents have black hair, however, this is a tad excusable in that Amoridere isn't sure what hair color Ragyo would have had as a child, pre-life fibers, and figured it would have been either black (like [[spoiler:Ryuuko]] and Satsuki's) or blonde ([[spoiler:like Nui's]]). Apparently, blonde hair must be a recessive gene that both of her parents have, seeing that only then one of her daughters have blond hair (then again, [[spoiler:Nui is an artificial human who has some of her mother's genes as a basis]]) and both of her other daughters have black hair.
* In ''Fanfic/{{Chlorine Grown Roses}}'', ''Fanfic/ChlorineGrownRoses'', Azusa's hair is half black and half blond. This is explained as being natural because her mom had black hair and her dad had blond hair, but it doesn't make sense because both of her parents are Japanese. Additionally, her friend Akira--who is also Japanese, presumably--is blond, and the tips of Akira's hair are still burnt from a fire she was involved in ten years ago. According to Azusa, "they would be there, for the rest of her life."
11th Jan '16 6:15:14 PM Katsuhagi
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** There's also the blonde-haired, blue-eyed woman from the Zashiki Warashi arc, though she gets a shocked reaction out of the innkeeper.

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** There's also the blonde-haired, blue-eyed woman from the Zashiki Warashi arc, though she gets a shocked reaction out of the innkeeper.innkeeper, suggesting she looks unusual even by the show's standards for a normal human.
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