In everyday language, blonde almost exclusively refers to a hair color. Light-colored tobaccos and types of wood, such as oak, are also referred to as blonde. As a noun, blonde is also a synonym for light beer, especially Pils ("a cool blonde"). Horses with manes that resemble blonde hair or dogs with light fur are also referred to as blonde.
The perception of blondes was reinforced by film stars such as Marlene Dietrich and Jean Harlow in the 1930s and Marilyn Monroe as a “blonde bombshell” in the 1950s. Her image included naivety and erotic attractiveness. Other stereotypes include the "cool blonde" and the "blonde poison", who, according to the cliché, use their appearance in a calculated and emotionally distant manner, as well as the blonde angel, who is characterized by a radiant and unreal appearance.
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