Would you be interested in buying a Glass Wig?

I am an expert glassblower and would like to make glass wigs for everyone.

I am wondering how much you’d be willing to pay.

This is very important.

Think of the shine people. It would be awsome.

  1. EgyptianWonder
    on November 30th, -0001

    I think you are onto something here!

  2. HighMaintenance
    on November 30th, -0001

    glass wigs? That would be the day…

  3. MindsEye
    on November 30th, -0001

    Yeah, I want a bloody head!! me first!!

  4. Fly
    on November 30th, -0001

    Now this is an interesting concept. Hmmm. I could see it catching on, but wouldn’t it be kinda heavy and hot?

  5. FollowTheLeader
    on November 30th, -0001

    I would buy one, about $250 Australian?
    Must fit me and enhance my already awesome beauty.
    My kids could try it on “only looking Mum!”, break it and then I would be plain Jane again! and only 250 bucks out of pocket.
    You must realise only eclectics and collectors would pay big money, how many are out there????
    Truly I would like to see one!!@!!

  6. Bambi
    on November 30th, -0001

    No not me is what I thought when I saw your question. THEN I thought I could see doing this for special days. As to how much I would pay I’m not sure. Glassblowing is an art & art is hard to put a price on at times. I guess $200 & up. Lots of things can make the price go higher.
    Sounds like fun. ~;}

  7. RollingSands
    on November 30th, -0001

    this air we breathe is so filthy can i get one that goes over the entire face and neutralizes hazardous fumes and pollutants

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Would you be interested in buying a Glass Wig?

I am an expert glassblower and would like to make glass wigs for everyone.

I am wondering how much you’d be willing to pay.

This is very important.

Think of the shine people. It would be awsome.

  1. Connie
    on November 30th, -0001

    I hear glass blowing is difficult, so I’d pay around 50-100 bucks.
    Fun idea by the way. 🙂

  2. DarkDesire
    on November 30th, -0001

    Ooh, 50 bucks a pop, might be fun for a stage show. The nouveau Devo thing.

  3. Casper
    on November 30th, -0001

    I’m a white dude and always wanted a fro. Like big fro. I’d pay 60-100 dollars for one

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Would you be interested in buying a Glass Wig?

I am an expert glassblower and would like to make glass wigs for everyone.

I am wondering how much you’d be willing to pay.

This is very important.

Think of the shine people. It would be awsome.

  1. ChickenLicken
    on November 30th, -0001

    What an interesting concept. I remember something along these lines in some of the old sci fi films years ago.
    I think this would be something that in time could catch on as long as they are durable, light weight and easy to care for.
    I think you have a great imagination and ambition.
    I believe that it could be marketed as a hat instead of a wig…
    Cost…yikes, materials x 2 every head is different and every size
    Good luck with this..try it on ebay! Could be a hit…add jewlery to it also…

  2. BlindPoet
    on November 30th, -0001

    i don’t think there will be a demand for it. opps. sorry! we can put other product on our hair to make them shine. if that’s what you mean.

  3. Wildthing
    on November 30th, -0001

    Im sure if you made them they WOULD be very expensive, but its just not plausible. You would have to know the exact shape of the subjects head and probably even cast a mold of them. Then you would to make sure the inside was completely smooth as to not irritate the persons scalp. If it was for a woman the “hair” would hit their back’s and remain rigid. The hair would shatter off eventually. All of that and the fact that heat couldnt be radiated through the persons scalp so they would sweat like crazy under the “wig”. 75% of a persons body heat it lost through their head.

  4. DarkDesire
    on November 30th, -0001

    I would pay $2,000 for glass wig. Please make me 200 of your finest. I will pick them up next week.

  5. JetSki
    on November 30th, -0001

    Totally implausible. Blown glass generally is too fragile to snugly fit the human skull. Changes in body temperature causes some expansion in the skull(heat causes expansion almost unversally) which would mean a perfectly designed “wig” would be imperfect in anything other than the conditions it was designed in.

    Furthermore, the extremities(fingers, toes, HEAD etc) are designed to absorb and dissipate heat/cold to maintain the body’s optimum temperature. And body heat is not only altered by the sun or snow! The human body temperature changes more often through emotions than the weather.

    Glass will increase the temp of the skull in warmer body conditions, and completely covering it will not allow heat(or cold for that matter) to dissipate as it normally would through direct interaction with air, as the extremities were designed to work.

    Imagine your first client so proud of their new wig in your studio. They encounter an attempted mugging/bad taxi driver(or some other aggravating experience) on the way to their out-there nightclub. Body temp rises, skull expansion, wig shatters!

    Personally I can’t even imagine how it would even be a fashionable accessory, let alone the impracticality.

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Would you be interested in buying a Glass Wig?

I am an expert glassblower and would like to make glass wigs for everyone.

I am wondering how much you’d be willing to pay.

This is very important.

Think of the shine people. It would be awsome.

  1. FallingMoon
    on November 30th, -0001

    lol. marvelous idea if you could get it to be light enough to be like hair. however, glass is usually heavy and quite solid, + it doesn’t breathe, so good luck…

  2. SoftballPlayer
    on November 30th, -0001

    man if i was stoned, i would totally be with you

  3. matrixmaruda
    on November 30th, -0001

    I don’t think i would want a glass Wig For wearing
    Would Be cool as a decoration though
    Would Pay Some Money for it

  4. Kea
    on November 30th, -0001

    Maybe I am missing something here, but I don’t see the need and purpose of a glass wig, even if you have a cracked head.

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Would you be interested in buying a Glass Wig?

I am an expert glassblower and would like to make glass wigs for everyone.

I am wondering how much you’d be willing to pay.

This is very important.

Think of the shine people. It would be awsome.

  1. JetSki
    on November 30th, -0001

    I’ll buy it if I like it ..
    $30

  2. Eli
    on November 30th, -0001

    Thanks for the points!

  3. BloodFlower
    on November 30th, -0001

    That would hurt my head.

  4. Hippie
    on November 30th, -0001

    if it wouldn’t hurt my head and wouldstay nicely on, i’d say $15-$30….. good luck with your glass wigs and let me know what happens.

  5. CaliforniaDream
    on November 30th, -0001

    Maybe britney spears would be interested

  6. FallingMoon
    on November 30th, -0001

    Wow… um… no… glass hair? come on! You can’t be serious.

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