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How Do I Make My Hair Fly Up and Separate as Shown by the Cute Boy in the Image

  1. ngureco profile image82
    ngurecoposted 7 years ago

    How Do I Make My Hair Fly Up and Separate as Shown by the Cute Boy in the Image Below?

    https://usercontent2.hubstatic.com/3892601_f260.jpg

  2. couponalbum profile image60
    couponalbumposted 7 years ago

    It's very simple! Simply rub your hair with a towel for few minutes, and you will get this look. But the condition is, hair must be dry!

  3. OliverKobs profile image61
    OliverKobsposted 7 years ago

    Hmm, it's a very interesting look. My suggestion is to introduce a high amount of electrical voltage to your person. This could easily be done by rubbing an inflated latex balloon against your hair.

    However, if you're one of those "there's no kill like overkill" types, then you could stand on an open plain holding up a 9 iron in the middle of a lightning storm. Or better yet, you could stand awfully close to a Tesla Coil, those are always fun.

    If you don't wish to suffer bodily harm, then I would suggest holding up each individual strand of hair and dousing it to the gills with hair spray, or super glue. Either works.

    Have Fun.

    -OK

  4. krishubpages123 profile image30
    krishubpages123posted 7 years ago

    if you apply a gel like this ,it might look like this...

  5. dealrocker profile image59
    dealrockerposted 7 years ago

    This look can be created easily with the help of electromagnetism. Bring some charge to your hair by rubbing a cloth and get this look. For holding this look, apply a hard gel and get ready to ROCK!

  6. zzron profile image55
    zzronposted 7 years ago

    I think the best answer to this question is to rub a blown up balloon all over your head.

  7. QudsiaP1 profile image61
    QudsiaP1posted 7 years ago

    Create static by rubbing a balloon against your hair.

 
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