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I regret that I have but one scrunch to give...
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A normal hair scrunchie but helical used to keep long hair in a pony tail is comprised of a bimetallic strip at its core designed to assume various shapes at different temperatures.

Go from pony-tail to a bun almost instantly.
Pippi Longstocking one second... princess Leia the next at the push of a button.

Hair Fidget Police Hair_20Fidget_20Police
Countermeasures [8th of 7, Dec 30 2020]

Practical female hairstyle https://en.wikipedi...a/File:TashaYar.jpg
Much more suitable [8th of 7, Dec 30 2020]


       Brilliant idea, but I'm not sure bimetallic is the way to go (because it will always stabilise somewhere between "head" & "air" temperatures).
Perhaps a micro-mechanical solution would be better? Twist a knob to change the helix alignment (probably 2 knobs: "initial radius" & "angle", unless you want taper too...).
neutrinos_shadow, Dec 30 2020

       There is a thing called a Hobermann Sphere where something the size of a peanut-butter jar can mechanically scrunch, in a vaguely umbrella-ribs like way down to the size of a quarter, and then pull out to be the size of a peanut butter jar. So, you could make a baguette-shaped hobermann (( that scrunches down to a skinny ballpoint-pen width form when compressed.   

       Some talented designer could probably give it another roll-up proclivity to make it look like a cinnamon bun.
beanangel, Dec 30 2020

       // long hair //   

       [-] for encouraging long hair. <link>
8th of 7, Dec 30 2020

       Because the human head is a significant point of heat loss ... thus the endless litany of whining complaints, "I'ts cold ... why can't we have the heating on ...? "   

       What's wrong with hats ? Why can't females understand the difference between "The air temperature is low" and "I perceive the air temperature as low " ?
8th of 7, Dec 30 2020

       No, definitely the "whining about being cold" thing. Just because it's a trifle ... brisk ... for the season. It's not like there's actually ice on the inside of the windows. Well, not much ... and it soon scrapes off if you need to see out, and besides, there's cameras and stuff ...   

       Even reasonable arguments like "but having the heating on adds to global warming" doesn't seem to get a very positive reception ... in fact, it merely elicits verbal abuse and actual physical violence. We call that selfish. Think of the poor Polar Bears ...
8th of 7, Dec 30 2020

       How would you get to a Princess Leia hairstyle by manipulating a helix?
pertinax, Dec 30 2020

       um... the double helix of course.   

       Genetic hairstyling, then.
pertinax, Dec 31 2020

       [pertinax] sometimes Leia is referred to as having two cinnamon buns on the side of her head @
beanangel, Dec 31 2020

       Not many people know that Admiral Motti was an avid user of Grecian 2000 to re-tint hs hair; but it made him look a bit odd.   

       That's why Vader said to him "I find your lack of greys disturbing... "
8th of 7, Dec 31 2020

       And a fine entry into the "scrunchie" offerings. Love. I love a good-fitting scrunchie.
blissmiss, Jan 03 2021


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