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Faux Part

Artificial part for an artificial 'do
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Spray-on hair has always been of concern to me. Hair appliances are bad enough, in that they tend to be obvious if not skillfully manufactured. One of the key shortcomings of wigs is the unnaturalness of the part. (Obviously this only applies to hairpieces that are designed to imitate hairstyles with a part).

Thus, to prevent the same problems from plaguing spray-on hair products, a reproducible method of producing a part needs to be incorporated into the product. Perhaps a retractable string could be engineered into the can, allowing the user to position it on their scalp before applying the hair-product. After application, the string could be removed, giving the illusion of a ruler-straight part. Different diameters of string could be selected, giving the user a choice of part obviousness.

Needa Moeba, Sep 10 2003


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thumbwax, Sep 10 2003

       Yeah, then you look like you're not only wearing spray on hair, but also have a strange bald line on your head. Still, +, 'cause if hair in a can is marketable, there's no reason this shouldn't be.
RoboBust, Sep 10 2003

       Perhaps a special nozzle could be designed, to aid in the painting of the parting.
friendlyfire, Sep 11 2003

       Perhaps you could spray your head with colored silly string?
pluterday, Sep 11 2003

       [pluterday], that'd be most practical for oldies who like a bit of purple rinse through their hair.
Needa Moeba, Sep 12 2003

       Are we having another Bad Hair day?
tatju, Sep 12 2003

       No, merely a Saturday...albeit a hairless Saturday.
Needa Moeba, Sep 13 2003

       [UB], please *please* post the Faux Fart. I'm sorely tempted, but I'm afraid you beat me to the title.
Needa Moeba, Sep 13 2003


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