Most Tokyo high schools demand students prove their real hair color, study finds

In Japan, a dye job can do you in. According to a new survey published by Tokyo news outlet The Asahi Shimbun, 57% of public high schools in the city require students to prove that their hair color is natural. The measure is designed to uphold strict …
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