3D Printed Hair Is the New Trend

3D printed hair for bald people

A new technology that allows bald people to print their own hair on a 3D printer has become a sensation in the beauty industry. The technology, developed by a company called Hairify, uses biodegradable materials and natural dyes to create realistic and customizable hairpieces that can be attached to the scalp with a special adhesive.

The company claims that its 3D printed hair is safe, durable, and easy to use. Customers can choose from a variety of styles, colors, and lengths, and even design their own hair using an online app. The hair can be washed, styled, and trimmed as normal, and can last up to six months before needing to be replaced.

The 3D printed hair has received rave reviews from customers, who say that it has boosted their confidence and self-esteem. Some celebrities have also endorsed the product, such as actor Ben Kingsley, who said that he feels “young and handsome again” thanks to Hairify.

However, not everyone is happy with the 3D printed hair. Some critics have accused the company of exploiting people’s insecurities and promoting unrealistic beauty standards.