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Pets with hairstyles.

Updated on April 23, 2013

In my constant search for something to do other than what I'm supposed to be doing I came up with this. It's totally pointless but it made me chuckle.
What look would your pet choose?
It's easy enough to do just find a picture of your pet or another animal (you can get royalty free images for nothing as samples from many stock photo sites). Mammals like dogs, cats, monkeys etc are best because of there round heads but I managed to get one on an elephant (yeah I know they are mammals but not with round heads). I think the Koala looks very please with his new hair do.

If you need to manipulate the photo in any way like removing ears or background Paint has got all you need it comes free of charge with most versions of Microsoft Windows.. Then go to an online makeover tool there are several free ones about this is the one I used and there's another one with different hairstyles here. For best results a pure white back drop often gives an uncluttered appearance and highlights the pet or animals new look if the background needs attention.

I'm too sexy for this hairstyle.
I'm too sexy for this hairstyle.

Then, obviously, you add a hairstyle to your pet by uploading the photo of your pet or other animal then choosing one of the hairstyles and stick it on. You can resize it and adjust the color etc. You could even come up with a caption. I've added a few I'm sure you can come up with better ones.

Dude, that's not cool.
Dude, that's not cool.
Does this style make me look fat?
Does this style make me look fat?

Challenge - see if you can get one on a Giraffe, an Anteater or a Preying Mantis, The more unusual the better. You'll often find advice on what styles go with what face shape although I'm not sure the advice will apply to these extremes.

I'm having a bad hair day.
I'm having a bad hair day.
Some of us don't need a makeover.
Some of us don't need a makeover.

What's the point of all this? I hear you say. Well nothing, to be fair but it might cheer your pet up if they are having a bad day, especially a bad hair day. Pet's have feelings too.

I don't imagine that this is a craze that'll sweep the nation but if you have a go and make a good pet/hairstyle combo, just leave a comment and I can put the good ones on this page.

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