The Canadian survey of over 4,000 women found that men are far more likely to have their hair done by a hairdressing salon than women.
The survey found that almost three-quarters of women (73 per cent) had hair styled by a professional, compared to just 13 per cent of men.
In contrast, just over half of men (55 per cent), and just over a quarter of women, had their hair styled at home.
In comparison, just under half of women aged 18 to 34 (47 per cent); and women aged 35 to 49 (45 per cent).
The survey was done between November 1, 2017 and November 7, 2017.
More than 5,000 respondents responded.
The survey found women were far more comfortable with hair styling than men.
Women were asked if they preferred a hairstylist with a professional haircut (47 percent), a hair stylist with professional styles (42 percent), or a haberdasher who does hair (38 percent).
Men were more likely than women to have a hairstylist who does professional hair (74 per cent versus 68 per cent for women).
Women were also more likely in general to have professional hairstylists than men (65 per cent compared to 60 per cent respectively).