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(Daily Mail)   The annual Hair Wars in Detroit showcases hairstyles you have to see to beweave   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 17
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2013-04-11 01:14:05 AM
I'm a roflcopter.

/Chris Rock's documentary "Good Hair" was pretty good.
 
2013-04-11 01:20:23 AM
Why do most of the models look like Dr. Suess illustrations?  It's an honest question.
 
2013-04-11 01:24:36 AM
This story at the bottom was better...


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2013-04-11 01:33:12 AM
Stay classy Detroit
 
2013-04-11 01:44:36 AM
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2013-04-11 01:55:44 AM

coldf33t: Why do most of the models look like Dr. Suess illustrations?  It's an honest question.


Those aren't hairdos. They're Thneeds.
 
2013-04-11 02:01:12 AM

KopiLuwaked: Stay classy Detroit


If you worked for Detroit's convention bureau, you too would take whatever you could get.
 
2013-04-11 02:07:09 AM
This is great.  There's a great deal of talent at work here.  Some artists work in wax (encaustic) some use water colors, some use steel and others use light.  These artists use human hair to make interesting interpretations of everyday items and give us some fun in the process.

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2013-04-11 02:13:16 AM
 
2013-04-11 02:32:05 AM

Kanemano: You did it first England, you did it first


Sorry, beat by 2 years...
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2013-04-11 02:42:49 AM

Marcintosh: This is great.  There's a great deal of talent at work here.  Some artists work in wax (encaustic) some use water colors, some use steel and others use light.  These artists use human hair to make interesting interpretations of everyday items and give us some fun in the process.

oh

forgot


This.

I have a cosmetology degree and training that allow me to give you a great haircut, do some standard classic updo's for weddings/prom, sew-in some weave, and I can even dye your head to look like a rainbow threw up on you, but that hair show shiat is beyond my skill level. There is technique and talent required and something of an art to it. I know how much time these designs must have taken from sketch to run-through practices to the big event: A. farking. Lot. My hat is off to these stylists.

On a related note, if this sort of stuff amuses you and you like Alan Rickman, check out the movie Blow Dry. Total cheese and camp, but it takes a few good natured jabs at the absurdity of hair shows. Bonus: Heidi Klum is also in it as a hair model.
 
2013-04-11 02:45:07 AM

luxup: Kanemano: You did it first England, you did it first

Sorry, beat by 2 years...


Damn, how'd I forget about that one!?
 
2013-04-11 03:01:18 AM
Approves.

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2013-04-11 04:40:46 AM
Around town here in the st. Louis area, I have seen some amazing/wierd hairdos.... One recently was a woven pastel Easter basket out of hair on her head, complete with plastic mini eggs and synthetic Easter grass. Mind= blown.
 
2013-04-11 07:44:47 AM
They built a bridge out of her, so she's clearly a witch.
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2013-04-11 08:07:00 AM
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Big deal, she fell asleep on the couch & her precious little snowflake was running his toy motorcycle all over & managed to get it stuck in her hair.  I could do that one.....

/some of the others though were really cool (if stupid looking)
 
2013-04-11 12:29:28 PM
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