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Hair Laminator

Permanent Hairstyling spray
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For those steadfast women who wear the same do every day, why not make a hair laminator spray! It operates like normal hair spray, only doesn't wash out! Simply reapply when the roots grow out! This can be a solution to men's hair loss as well--if it is laminated, it won't fall out!
Kate, Nov 28 2000

Perpetual vacuum cleaner Perpetual_20vacuum_20cleaner
More responses on this, posted on the same day. [nineteenthly, Oct 25 2017]

Hair Lamination http://howfacecare....lamination-at-home/
Apparently hair lamination is an actual thing, but possibly not the same thing as this idea [hippo, Oct 27 2017]


       It could be a 'look' I suppose - having your head varnished...

Also, (belated) welcome to the Halfbakery!
hippo, Oct 25 2017

       welcome to the Halfbakery Kate
Treejuice, Oct 25 2017

       [Kate] joined the Halfbakery on November 28 2000, posted this and one other idea that day, and was never heard from again.
normzone, Oct 25 2017

       Hmm. She was probably freaked out by the overwhelming response.
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 25 2017

       I'm not sure how this is that different from lacquer.
nineteenthly, Oct 27 2017

       According to the third link:   

       "You should try to avoid it [the laminating solution] getting on the scalp, it can cause burning, itching, and subsequent peeling."   


       "either the hair is heated, or the head is simply wrapped in polyethylene (a bag, food film)"   

       I am curious as to whether anyone survives this process.
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 27 2017

       Curious, but - as usual - not concerned.   

       And thus scientific knowledge advances.
8th of 7, Oct 27 2017

       It probably makes people lose hair in the long run, which is one reason I've only had a haircut once this millenium. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
nineteenthly, Oct 28 2017

       "Walk, don't run"
8th of 7, Oct 28 2017

       There is also a vacuum cleaner idea to suck up all of that unlaminated hair. This is all anyone needs in their creative life, so having invented these two perfectly complimentary ideas, the genius Kate simply vanished, like matter meeting antimatter.
xenzag, Oct 28 2017


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