Analog makes watches that are made from natural materials. What could be more natural than cat and dog hair? The animals give it a licking and then these watches keep on ticking. I would think that the furry community would be all over this.
You often have to walk far to see that both men and women of all ages like to dye their hair bright colors today. I’m more of a shave the head so I can wear hats without having to comb my hair type of guy, but this is some of the coolest hair dye I have ever seen.
FIRE dye comes from a company called THEUNSEEN, who says that it was inspired by occult fashion, whatever that means.
Hair brushes are a pain to clean. They just collect hair and by the time you try to remove it, you can never get it all. I have known women who never clean their hair brush so that it looks like it has it’s own head of hair.
Dyson is no stranger to making gadgets that are good at sucking, but what about gadgets that blow? Turns out they are pretty good at that too. Dyson has unveiled their new Supersonic hair dryer with the aim blow the competition away.
That made up word up there is actually in a research paper, thanks to the Carnegie Mellon University researchers who came up with a technique to make FDM 3D printers print strands of hair, fiber or bristles, without any hardware modification.
Researchers Gierad Laput, Xiang “Anthony” Chen and Chris Harrison were inspired by “stringing” – the stray strand of glue that sometimes leaks out of a glue gun.
These fake hair octopus hairclips make your head look dangerous and full of tentacles. Every woman who wears one look like she has been possessed by Cthulhu himself.
These are perfect for Halloween, cosplay or just any time you want to put tentacles in your hair.
Hairy legs are a huge turnoff. It might be annoying, since you feel compelled to shave or wax every so often, but you could also use that fact to your advantage.
For instance, if you’re headed to a place where you know a lot of dudes (or dudettes, even) might possibly hit on you, then all you have to do is pull on a pair of these hairy leg stockings.
For the first time in my many years, I’ve started to grow a little bit of a beard. But it’s more of a Miami Vice, Don Johnson five-o-clock shadow thing than a real, manly beard. On the other hand, this guy has this facial hair thing nailed…
At first glance, I was all prepared to make fun of Thanko’s latest USB-powered product, then I realized it’s genius. If you don’t understand how useful a brush that blows a mist in your hair could be, you obviously don’t have a stubborn eight-year-old girl at home.
There’s nothing quite like getting a haircut. First you have some mindless chit-chat with your barber, he snips away, you get a quick powder and your done. It feels good and you look good. It’s a pleasant experience.
I sported a boy-cut until just before I became a teenager. That’s over a decade of bad hair cuts and hair that was so short that sometimes, strangers mistook me for a boy. I had always wanted to grow out my hair but my mom would insist that I keep it short because I was the messy kind of kid who never made any effort when it came to grooming.
Panasonic’s new Shampoo robot, recently shown off at CEATEC 2011, has hairdressing salons scared. Okay, not really. They don’t have anything to fear from this thing just yet. Although it looks like it might feel like a good massage (until it peels your scalp clean off when it becomes self-aware), it is as slow as Jessica Simpson in a physics class.