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Hair Dessert

Scented, Glittered Hair Mousses
 
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Fun styling aid with tinted glitter -- in yummy scents like bubble gum, strawberry, mint, cotton candy, cherry, vanilla. Maybe sold in gift sets with matching flavored frosty lip gloss
Sparki, Aug 06 2001

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       do you mean edible wigs?
lostkidstent, Aug 06 2001
  

       Just what I was thinking UB...
CoolerKing, Aug 06 2001
  

       aaaauuuuuucccckkkkkkk.........aaaaauuuuuucccckkkk
.......uuugggghhhhccckkkk.....hhheeeehhhheeeiiiiuuuu....
  

       (just hacking up a fur-ball)
Susen, Aug 06 2001
  

       Methinks this idea would be more popular if the brief description were used in place of the title. People seem to be treating this as an idea for edible hair, rather than ultra-high-hold, ultra-scented, ultra-glittering hair for the rave and junior high crowds.   

       Mind you, if the idea *is* for edible hair, let me know so I can take back my croissant.
Uncle Nutsy, Aug 06 2001
  

       two ideas immediately came to mind when I read the title. One, cotton-candy toupees, two, Queen Amidama(sp?)-style hair piece/fortune cookie.
nick_n_uit, Aug 06 2001
  

       This would NOT be EDIBLE HAIR MOUSSE. Only SCENTED! Like Suave shampoo has a strawberry SCENT! This would be the same idea, only with mousse instead of shampoo, with frosty iridescent sparkles for a touch of spark
Sparki, Aug 09 2001
  

       That's what I thought, and, while I can't see much of a demand for it down at the accounting firm, it could go over well in clubbing circles.   

       Maybe it could include something that iridesces under UV light? We've discussed glow-in-the-dark hair dye before, and discovered that TIPUET.
Uncle Nutsy, Aug 09 2001
  

       Sparki, 'dessert' is something one eats, so 'hair dessert' would be 'hair you eat'. That's why people keep thinking you meant edible hair.
StarChaser, Aug 10 2001
  

       Well, StarChaser, it was just a cute name for hair MOUSSE (Mousse is also the name of a dessert) in CONFECTIONARY SCENTS. Serves me right for being so cutesy
Sparki, Aug 10 2001
  

       Wasn't me, I went before I left.
StarChaser, Oct 19 2001
  

       mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.......... hair...
ninjafishcake, May 14 2003
  
      
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