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And even with this power debate in mind, most Dutch women I have met have been approachable, friendly and easy to talk to.

Our visiting friends have been amazed at the nearly comical high ratio of blondes in this area, because Swedish women have traditionally held the blonde reputation.

Sonja said that many women here cast their already modest concerns about beauty aside and focus on living health-conscious lifestyles as they grow older.

"They could be more glamorous to feel better about themselves," she said.

Regina, 20, was more forward on the issue when she said, "It is definitely true that we are bossy and want to take control of men.

It feels nice to have control."However, Silvana, 24, disagreed when she said, "Women who say they are in charge are just the ones who want it." I realise that this subject is far from unique to Dutch culture, but the perception of the woman in charge seems more prevalent than in many other places.

However, a Dutch friend who lives in small North Holland village said that their children’s school class photos consisted of "12 blond boys and 12 blonde girls." I became curious if there was a social status attached to being a blonde, or is it just normal?

Carin and Sonja agree that Kroes and Stone carry themselves well and are prime examples of homegrown beauty (even though Stone is reported to have an English father).

The average height of a Dutch woman is around 180cm, or 5' 10", and Dutch women were compared several times to the Swedes, but there is a different bone structure that supports slightly stronger faces.

"Dutch stay in their comfort zone, like to be normal with less fantasy and are happy with what they have."Sonja, who does not know Carin, pointed out that Dutch women wear less makeup and are more natural than others internationally."There is no bullshit with Dutch women," and that they are "not carried away by the superficial." Conversations among Dutch models, Sonja said, "are not usually about material things, but life and relationships." Sonja’s demeanor supported what I had been hearing as she seemed very much at ease and humorous, maintained piercing eye contact and became passionate on some topics during the interview in a café in Bergen, North Holland.

Doutzen Kroes and Lara Stone are the glittering hood ornaments of the Dutch fashion hot rod at the moment.

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