KMS release new products for your hair. Use them wisely!
We all have hair at some stage of our lives. Good hair or bad, long or short, blonde brown or brunette (or pink!) - whether we consider our hair to be a work of art or a mop of unruly tresses you wish you'd never been born with (the grass is always greener), its a characteristic we all share as humans. KMS have just released two products that will transform this banal fact of life into something infinitely more fun, moldable and stylish. Enter KMS's newest additions to their Hairplay product line, California Molding Paste and Clay Creme.
Officially these two latest products are for men, but we think their use shouldn't be restricted to the well groomed males of the world. No one should be denied the opportunity to sculpt those bad hair days into oblivion. On top of all that, we're sure they both smell fantastic.
According to the internet, there's much more to hair than fabulous styling. Here are five things you can do with your hair that may not have crossed your mind.
1) Making soy sauce. A substandard Chinese soy sauce workshop came under scrutiny when piles of waste hair were found on premises. Apparently they were treating the protein rich hair to remove the amino acids so they could pass it off as soybean oil. Resourceful and delicious!
2) Making ropes.
3) Fashion design.
4) Making art. An American artist by the name of Wenda Gu used 420 pounds of human hair, acquired from 42, 000 human haircuts, to create an 80 foot high banner which currently hangs in a Dartmouth University library.
5) Helping out a nesting bird. According to a bird watching website, the best way to go about this is to place human hair in onion bags in a strategic, easily accessed area of the garden.
Let KMS make your hair beautiful, then put those luscious locks of yours to good use!