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freeze/break hair

freeze and break hair instead of cutting it.
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A contraption that freezes hair with liquid nitrogen, so you can break it instead of cutting it. New hair styles will develop.
A Dreamer, Dec 18 2005


       Why, but then why not. Though I wonder what the remaining hair will be like when it thaws.
5th Earth, Dec 18 2005

       Would hair become that brittle? I don't remember my jeans shattering when I spilled LN down the front (then wiggled them around to stop my jewels getting too cold).
st3f, Dec 18 2005

       [st3f] why were you pouring LN down your pants?
DesertFox, Dec 18 2005

       because he's multi-faceted.
po, Dec 18 2005

       I was standing on a chair next to the electron microscope, trying to top up the... ah never mind, po's answer is funnier.
st3f, Dec 18 2005

       Very odd indeed. Not the idea, the comments.
blissmiss, Dec 18 2005

       I don't think this will work very well.   

       "What happened to you? It looks like you got attacked by a LawNmower."
Zimmy, Dec 19 2005

       Think Saska in "Cool Running"
DesertFox, Dec 19 2005

       I have a mental picture of freezing a huge afro and breaking it up with a hammer. +1
berno, Dec 19 2005

       //I have a mental picture of freezing a huge afro and breaking it up with a hammer//   

       That'd be AfroAssault.
skinflaps, Dec 19 2005

       ... and you'd better run
po, Dec 19 2005

       I'm nore clear that freeezing hair with liquid nitrogen would necessarily make it brittle. The only reference I could find was to dry ice, and the "expert" clearly hadn't actually tried it out.   

       Someone needs to do some field research and report back!
DrCurry, Dec 19 2005

       I'm sure this is called "split ends".
xandram, Dec 19 2005

       I was actually wondering today what would happen if the sebum on hair froze, and what its freezing point was. Come to think of it, would it vapourise in a vacuum?
nineteenthly, Dec 19 2005


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