Study reveals that men take longer than women to get readyNovember 22nd, 2011 - 12:13 am ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt
London, Nov 21 (THAINDIAN NEWS) A new survey has found that contrary to the beliefs of some people, men actually takes longer than women to get ready for an outing. The two genders were compared in the study which was conducted for Travelodge.
The researchers say on the average men use take up to 81 minutes to get ready whereas women get ready in 75 minutes a day. The men’s routine in getting ready includes toning, moisturizing, styling the hair, shaving and getting the right cloth for the occasion. The women on the other hand use their time for make-up, styling the hair and getting the cloth.
When the individual routines are compared, men on the average spend 18 minutes to shave excess hair whereas women use four minutes shorter for the same purpose. When the two genders get into the shower, men are likely to come out after 23 minutes but women are often done in 22 minutes. When it comes to deciding which outfit to wear, women seem to make their minds up faster than men. The researchers say women on the average spend 10 minutes to decide on their dress whereas men use 3 minutes longer.
The research was conducted on British men and women.
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