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Holographic Facial Hair

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Apply skin tone strips and have any holographic facial hair you desire
mattcrist, Sep 28 2011

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       Huh?
xandram, Sep 28 2011
  

       Huh?
theleopard, Sep 28 2011
  

       //Huh?// Huh?   

       Seems perfectly straightforward to me.
mouseposture, Sep 28 2011
  

       So the Bearded Lady look is in again ?
8th of 7, Sep 28 2011
  

       Huh?
Voice, Sep 28 2011
  

       Huh?   

       [mattcrist], welcome to the halfbakery.   

       Please read the help file, over there on the left under "meta:"   

       To get a positive reception generally an idea has to be fleshed out a little bit so that we can understand how it could work. This idea requires some fur-ther development.
normzone, Sep 28 2011
  

       At least you haven't got an [mfd], but it was a close shave.
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 28 2011
  

       [+] what [mouseposture] said.
FlyingToaster, Sep 28 2011
  

       yep [MB] missed it by a whisker.
po, Sep 28 2011
  

       A hair-raising encounter, that.   

       // So the Bearded Lady look is in again ? //   

       ...the Borg asked hopefully.
Alterother, Sep 28 2011
  

       Gábor Dénes Beiersdorf facial elastoplasts "or sumthing"
skinflaps, Sep 28 2011
  

       I agree with the straightforward thinkers. Wouldn't your face have a green glow? I'm not saying that's necessarily a bad thing, either.
daseva, Sep 28 2011
  

       [+] what [madness] said
lurch, Sep 29 2011
  

       What? What did [madness] say? Jim must be muttering quietly again...
Grogster, Sep 29 2011
  

       Why limit this to facial hair?   

       I'd be a bit worried about the exfoliation effect of rapid removal or maybe that's a selling point?
DenholmRicshaw, Sep 29 2011
  

       Help us Growbeardwan Khanobi, you're our only hope.   

       Putting the 'ache' into 'moustache'.
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 29 2011
  

       Presumably around half of us would have to shave the area in question before applying the adhesive strips?   

       Anyone else spotting the irony?   

       Or is this intended as an elective cosmetic procedure for those who have suffered some terrible injury or condition which prevents the natural growth of facial hair?
Twizz, Sep 29 2011
  

       What [daseva] said.
8th of 7, Sep 29 2011
  

       //Skin-tone strips// don't look like hair!!!! Unless of course you are bald!! Did you mean to print something on them, or use smoke and mirrors?
  

       I still stand with //huh?//
xandram, Sep 29 2011
  
      
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