Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Cowlicks . . . also lionlicks, bearlicks, rhinolicks . . .
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Backing onto a lesser travelled portion of the metro zoo is a hair salon, specializing in one-off tonsorial creations by the animal emporium's world-famous hairstylists.

Once your reservation is confirmed, the attendant will seat you in a private room. First a (human) junior stylist washes out any existing hair products and takes care of a rough trim. Your proto-coiff is then misted with a product formulated to the "senior hairstylist"s tastes.

Enter the artiste(s).

When they've completed the masterpiece, the junior stylist takes over again, applying a fixative to maintain the creation.

Not inexpensive, but it does count as a charitable donation on your income tax.

FlyingToaster, Mar 30 2013



       What do you recommend for a thirtysomething male hipbilly who's thinning on top but not ashamed of it?
Alterother, Mar 30 2013

       Well, Penny Panther is always in demand for her avant-garde creations, though we caution our more follically challenged clients about epidermal allergic reactions.   

       I'd suggest either Gerald the Giant Anteater: a master at fractal combovers, or Rhichard the Rhino who precedes his signature "Big Sur Wave" with a wonderful, if somewhat intimidating, scalp massage.
FlyingToaster, Mar 30 2013

       I'll take my chances with Richard, because...well, you know why.
Alterother, Mar 30 2013

       Very Edward ScissorHand-ish.
blissmiss, Mar 30 2013

       Thought this would be bronzed dungs of different proportions.
JesusHChrist, Mar 30 2013

       One word: weaver birds.
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 30 2013

       ^ Wallace and Wanda are standing by.
FlyingToaster, Mar 31 2013

       "Weaver Birds" is three words.
AusCan531, Mar 31 2013

       I think the title is misspelled. "Hairdo" -> "doo"?? (leads to confusion with "doo-doo")
Vernon, Mar 31 2013

       Doh! thanks [V].
FlyingToaster, Mar 31 2013


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