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Is it possible for two brunettes to have a blonde baby?
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In brief: Yes.
Black hair color is dominant.
The two brunettes can each have one gene for black hair and one for blond, and hair would still be black. A couple like that would have one in four chance of having a blond child.

In brief: Yes.
Black hair color is dominant.
The two brunettes can each have one gene for black hair and one for blond, and hair would still be black. A couple like that would have one in four chance of having a blond child.
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