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Did you spend Valentine’s Day happily cozied up streaming your latest binge series? A new poll of 1,000 Americans conducted by found that a lot of women are just fine with being on their own:

  • Nearly a quarter of single women (but only 7% of men) said they would rather spend Valentine’s Day with their pet than their romantic partner.
  • 14% say of those polled said they’re single and loving it!
  • 13% confessed to buying themselves candy or flowers on Valentine’s Day.
  • 9% of women said they were actively searching for a boyfriend, compared with 20% of men who said they were single but wanted a girlfriend.

The Valentine’s Day Survey also found that dinner and a movie is the most popular Valentine’s Day date, followed by:

  • a beautiful walk outdoors
  • a fancy dinner for two
  • “Netflix and chill”
  • couple’s massage

A small but notable percentage—5%—planned on celebrating Valentine’s Day by going on a Tinder date, and 11% said that they have either proposed or been proposed to on a February 14.

What did you do on Valentine’s Day? Knowing hairdressers, we bet you worked to help your clients look beautiful for their celebrations!

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