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Morning Head Gets Your Hair Wet In Five Seconds or Less

by Hazel Chua
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This morning, I woke up forty-five minutes past the time I was supposed to. So I immediately went into my five-minute “I can’t be late for work” mode: run to the bathroom, run my hair under the tap, wrap it in a towel while I change into my office clothes, run a comb through said wet hair, wear shoes, grab an apple from the fridge, and go. I made it to the office, just in the nick of time.

Apparently, there’s a lot of people who have similar routines when they wake up in the morning with just a few minutes to spare to get their bed heads in order. People like Max Velverde.

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Max has had some hectic mornings himself, which prompted him to come up with Morning Head. Basically, it’s a polyurethane cap with a super absorbent cloth lining on the inside. Just pour water into it, put it over your head, rub it around as if you were shampooing, and remove it to reveal a full head of wet hair – in as little as five seconds.

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If you’re interested in backing this project, head on over to Kickstarter to do so. Those who make a pledge of at least $10(USD) will be able to get two of these Morning Heads sent their way.

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