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By Sarah Lasko /, April 21, 2018 9:06:34More than two-thirds of Americans say they’re less likely to stop to check their hair on a daily basis, according to a new survey from a hair salon.

The survey, conducted by online company Recode, found that 41 percent of Americans said they were more likely to check out their hair after a short while.

But the most common reason for checking out was for an immediate benefit.

The survey found that 56 percent of respondents said they wanted to be able to check on their hair for no cost.

But the most frequent reason for stopping to check your hair was for a long-term benefit.

Thirty-six percent of women said they needed to check in on their curls for a longer period of time, compared to only 12 percent of men.

The hair salon survey also found that 40 percent of consumers said they’d stop checking their hair if they were sick.

The study also found women were more than twice as likely to be bothered by the thought of checking out their curls.

Forty-eight percent of female respondents said the thought was “disturbing,” compared to 30 percent of male respondents.

In addition to the research from Recode and other research, this month the Federal Trade Commission released its first look at data from the company’s mobile app, which allows users to look at their hair without leaving their phones.