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Hair Desert

All the cool kids will be doing it
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Shave head. Coat top of head with a thin layer of glue, leaving a few small patches uncoated. Dip head in sand. Glue a few small pebbles here and there on your scalp. As hair grows through the areas with no glue/sand, trim it into the shapes of your favorite desert vegetation. Enjoy your dry, sandy Hair Desert. Makes a great habitat for small lizards.
PotatoStew, Aug 06 2001


       I'm sure there's a joke about Gobi-Wan Kenobi, but I can't think of it.
angel, Aug 06 2001

       are tarantulas permitted instead of lizards?
Susen, Aug 06 2001

       Susen: Only if you post photos of the results. :)   

       PeterSealy: So what you're saying is that this guy (or his models) would shave their heads, glue sand to their scalps, and then go about their day-to-day business?
PotatoStew, Aug 06 2001

       I think I've seen the things that Peter is talking about...Someone with a scythe trimming a woman's pubic fur, or a couple of palm trees and a guy on a camel standing on a dune that's a woman's hip and side...
StarChaser, Aug 06 2001

       For a bit of real vegetation, could you glue soil or peat to the appropriate bits, and grow cress?   

       When you're tired of that look you could trim it onto your salad.
Kaggo, Aug 25 2001

       As long as we're talking environmentally themed hairstyles, this one beats the "hair icecap" idea anyday.
gastronaut, Jun 10 2002


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