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The FlairHair Visor
A quick and easy solution to hair loss: Kotula's FlairHair visor.

This cool little item will keep you covered and its built-in visor will protect your eyes from the sun, all while giving you a distinctive, 1970s, Bjorn Borg-at-Wimbledon look.

Also available in a white-hair version!
Body ManipulationFashion
Posted by The Curator on Mon Nov 17, 2008


wish I'd have thought of that...
Posted by darren  on  Mon Nov 17, 2008  at  02:08 PM
I've seen these. Also in blonde, pepper, and pink. Despite the gentleman wearing it, they're most often worn by Little Old Ladies.
Posted by Robin Bobcat  in  Californian Wierdo  on  Mon Nov 17, 2008  at  06:38 PM
"interesting" idea.
The guy in the ad doesn't seem much happier with the FlairHair though. If anything he looks a tad "pissed off" (a non-offensive Aussie term)

Checking out the other items from K*** I thought the rubberised salt & pepper mills with LED "plate targeting" system were note worthy.
Gosh, just imagine, pin-point seasoning accuracy first-time & every-time. That's innovative.
Posted by Joel B1  in  Hobart, Tasmania  on  Tue Nov 18, 2008  at  12:07 AM
I could have used one of these ten years ago. Now it would be just false advertising.
Posted by KDP  in  Madill, OK  on  Tue Nov 18, 2008  at  09:26 AM
since when is pissed of an aussie term?lol i thought it was a USA term heh
Posted by Tim  in  USA  on  Tue Nov 18, 2008  at  12:07 PM
Who are you trying to fool? At some point you might have to go some place that a visor hat is acceptable. Then what?!?! Do you claim to have retractable hair...pull it out on your chest and it gets shorter on your head.
Posted by Madd Maxx  in  New Orleans  on  Tue Nov 18, 2008  at  09:44 PM
correction...should read

some place that a visor hat is not acceptable.
Posted by Madd Maxx  in  New Orleans  on  Tue Nov 18, 2008  at  09:47 PM
Now available in camo!
http://tinyurl.com/camoflairhair
Posted by Mud  in  Minneapolis  on  Fri Feb 27, 2009  at  03:08 PM
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