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    Classify finnish soap stars

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    Some opinions ?

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    Re: Classify finnish soap stars

    They look Finnish.

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    Re: Classify finnish soap stars

    They look darker and more Dinarid than I expected for Finns, surely they are not representative? Generally mostly Baltids I think.

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    Re: Classify finnish soap stars

    These people are all over from Finland.From east,north,south.So i dare to say that they could be rather representative types of finns.

    Last guy is propably partly gypsy or so ive heard.

    Imo these people are borreby,baltid - both west and east types and nordid mixes and yes,they look typical finns if you ask me - Baltid is the main element where other types connect like nordid or other CM:s.

    They look darker
    Well..its new trend in Finland to dye your hair black(dark),fry yourself in solarium and use brown contacts.Multiculturalistic trend.

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    Re: Classify finnish soap stars

    Quote Originally Posted by Mannerheim View Post
    Well..its new trend in Finland to dye your hair black(dark),fry yourself in solarium and use brown contacts.Multiculturalistic trend.
    No way...is this really true?

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    Re: Classify finnish soap stars

    They seem quite heterogeneous in general, some more Baltid, others more Faelid. It's strange, because in the pics I saw of Finnish High Schools (that Mannerheim or Lissu posted, can't remember), most people seemed to fall in a quite stable and homogeneous Nordid/CM/Baltid mix.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mannerheim View Post
    Well..its new trend in Finland to dye your hair black(dark),fry yourself in solarium and use brown contacts.Multiculturalistic trend.
    It's the world up-side down. Luckily in Spain most dark-haired women have stopped dying their hair blond (unless they're old and their hair turns grey), and are finally accepting their Mediterranid natural beauty. I find it stupid to follow such trends that advice you to change your hair or eye colour, after all, people look much better in their natural looks.

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    Re: Classify finnish soap stars

    Quote Originally Posted by California Love View Post
    No way...is this really true?
    Unfortunately.

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    Re: Classify finnish soap stars

    Quote Originally Posted by Galaico View Post
    They seem quite heterogeneous in general, some more Baltid, others more Faelid. It's strange, because in the pics I saw of Finnish High Schools (that Mannerheim or Lissu posted, can't remember), most people seemed to fall in a quite stable and homogeneous Nordid/CM/Baltid mix.


    Yes,ive shouted many times that finnish general racial type is indeed Nordid/CM/Baltid like you see it from these actors also.Some are more baltid,some more other CM and some more nordid.These are the general types.Glad that some have understood it.



    It's the world up-side down. Luckily in Spain most dark-haired women have stopped dying their hair blond (unless they're old and their hair turns grey), and are finally accepting their Mediterranid natural beauty. I find it stupid to follow such trends that advice you to change your hair or eye colour, after all, people look much better in their natural looks.
    Yes,absolutely,people look better in their natural looks.

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    Re: Classify finnish soap stars

    i think you need a few more pictures, that wasnt enough.


    the 15th one down looks dinarid, which i find interesting

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    Re: Classify finnish soap stars

    Quote Originally Posted by Mannerheim View Post
    Well..its new trend in Finland to dye your hair black(dark),fry yourself in solarium and use brown contacts.Multiculturalistic trend.
    What!?! Dark hair looks very good with light eyes and skin. What's so multicultural about it? I have dyed my hair dark (not black) sometimes, and it looked pretty good...

    How many people do you know who use brown contacts? And it's pretty difficult for a typical Northern Euro to get him/herself tanned swarthy.

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