Thursday, September 29, 2011

We're "Satisfied Users"

...not of this product, but still.


Happy 80th Birthday, Anita Ekberg

Our client Margaret has brought it to our attention that we missed publishing a Seniors Day post on Wednesday.

And Anita Ekberg looks pissed about it!

So let's right this wrong and celebrate Anita Ekberg's 80th birthday!

Jason Alexander’s Hairpiece

“Elaine, bald men, with no jobs, and no money, who live with their parents, don't approach strange women.”
- George Costanza, Seinfeld

It appears that Jason Alexander got our beautician Thombeau's memo...

According to Jason…

“The way my hair has receded in the last two years was best defined as ‘dorky.’ I started balding at age 17 and after first being sad, I really embraced it. I was always cast older than my actual age which generally meant better roles. And for the most part, the way I was balding always looked kinda good or good enough to my eye and more importantly, to my wife’s eye. But most recently, the look lost any kind of impression other than purely comical. I”m happy to be able to sport that kind of look for characters but I didn’t want it to be the only kind of characters I could be considered for.

Also, there was a practical element — onstage and even to a degree on film, my head had become a big beacon, reflecting light in a very obvious and distracting way.

My wife and I discussed it and came up with 3 options – do nothing and accept it; shave my head (but I thought that might limit my castability even more) or put some hair back.

I thought about grafts or implants but frankly didn’t trust the results would be good enough and also wanted to retain the option of playing truly bald characters. So I began looking for a hair system.

What you see on my head is a really good, semi-permanent hairpiece. By semi-permanent I mean that I can wear it constantly for weeks at a time, if I so choose. I can swim, shower, work out — whatever. It stays on. Or I can take it off any time of any day I choose. The reason it looks thin is that I challenged my designer to make me a piece that would look very similar to the way I did 10 years ago. So, it looks like a guy who is losing his hair and isn’t an artificial mop of hair that I never had. The designer was dubious at first but he actually loves the look now. And the fact is that we are still playing around with the shape and density to make it as flattering and natural looking as we can.”

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Jenny vs Farrah

I think we all know who wins this match.

Ten Beauticians, No Waiting

These 10 pretty maids all in a row won’t wait as there are ten beauticians to serve you here at The Hair Hall of Fame.


Buckminster Fuller...

...Eat your heart out.

yet they neglected to buzz his ear hair.

Dream Date

Monday, September 26, 2011

Welcome Back, Margaret

We’ve swept together this hair mat to welcome you back to the salon…


Not that you were ever REALLY gone.

Let’s hear the story from our client Margaret herself

"Okay, which one of you accidentally forgot to check on me 3 weeks ago while I was waiting for my below-the-knee waxing in THHoF "overflow" closet? Ironic timing to have your annual shipment of Barbasol delivered, and stacked up, against the door. Thankfully, your restaurant pilfering of, ketchup, duck and mustard sauce packets, was enough to keep me alive until your night cleaning crew opened the door to empty dirty water buckets into my face, rousing me out of a heat lamp coma. I was, during those weeks, however, able to hear everything going on in THHoF salon, including, "Seniors' Day With REAL SENIORS Day", "Let's Be Glad Margaret's Not Here Day", "Let's Have A Party Without Margaret Running Us Over With Cordoba Day", "We Can Finally Toss All the Kreml Day" and, "Hooray We Are Finally Free Day", and the best, "Why Cookie and Donna Will Not Explain Why Cordoba Has Been Parked in Front of THHoF for 3 Weeks Piling Up Ticket After Ticket Day."

Oh, you might need a plumber to clear your floor drain.

Wally, "I'm comin' home!"

Scene of the crime...

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Shave and a Haircut

Miss Elsa Lanchester

In a Galaxy Far, Far Away

It's a Look

quality assured...

You can rest easy knowing that here at THHF all wigs, falls, beards and merkins are quality assured and chicken tested.

Found in THHoF Archives

First Row: Polly Wannercracker, Rhoda Horse, Tam Packs, CeCe Senior

Second Row: Claire D. Ailes, Anita Mann, Velveeta Kraft, Gay Barrs, Alice Lost, Phil A. Delphia , Belva Deere

Third Row: Wilda Beest, Ima Hogg, Pete Moss, Rhea Tard, Laurel Garland, Etta Bugg, Dan D’Lyon, Dahlia Prayer

Fourth Row: Peg Board, Alma Geddon, Derry Anne Connecticut, Ernest Monet, Charity B. Ginsathome, Mark Kards, Levi Jacet, Willa Mae Kitt.

Fifth Row : Lauren Norder, Seymour Safely, Midge Ette, Tottie Line, Summer Seve, Joe King, Race Track, Stella Constellation

Sixth Row: Raine Coats, Dee Lightful, Ovid McDedbody, Candy Kane, Mort Itchin, Ben Downe, Warner Brothers, I.P. Oftin

Seventh Row: Erik D. Viking, Lois Pointe, Eileen Dover, Tommy Gunn, Art T. Fishall, Clay Potts, Regina Sweeper, Janet Upisass

Eighth Row: Mike Hunt, Ava Ginah, Telly Graff, Phil Meup, Deuce Bagg, Chevy Cavalier

Birthday Blondes

Cheryl Tiegs (who, by the way, has a wig line for Revlon) turns 64 today…



And a happy 50th birthday to Heather Locklear.



Saturday, September 24, 2011



Broads in Daylight

In broad daylight and ready to roll: Nancy Kovack, Donna Douglas, Sue Ane Langdon.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Thursday, September 22, 2011

No Money, No Wiglet

Thanks to the Graf and Via

A tale of warning: Don't make us cut you out of the fun

Purloined from: Fuck YeahVictorians 

Dear THHoF Visitor,

For the most part, we here at The Hair Hall of Fame are compliant, good willed members of the blog and reblog-o-sphere.  And from that standpoint, we all kinda have a live and let live attitude.  We do what we do because we love it and we love you, and we do it without any hope of getting rich like that bitch from "Dear Julia."  We don't even allow those AdSense ads on our blog!

We post things we see, because we know you want to see them too.   Sometimes, we may amend an image in the name of art;  sometimes in the name of satire.  As such, we (the person who creates the art or the satire) is protected by law.

And for virtually everyone who comes here, we appreciate your patronage. 

HOWEVER, it has come to our attention that someone has taken an image created by one of our own, and is attempting to call it their own and make money selling it without permission of the creator, or the person who created the charecter upon who the art is based upon.  And that isn't nice.

So it is my unpleasant task to let all vistors know that if you take something from The Hair Hall of Fame, and attempt to make money from it by cutting out the middleman (or middlewoman), you are in for a fight, and that may include a broken bottle on our part. 

If you see something and you want to use, Please ask us.  For the most part, we may say "I have no idea who owns that image - have a great day!" But if you use something that we create without our permission, or exploit it for your own person gain without the express written permission of the creator, we'll cut ya.  And if you use the name of our blog ("The Hair Hall of Fame") for commercial purposes without our knowledge or written consent, we'll cut ya real bad.

There, is that clear enough?  Because we don't want to resort to fine print, now do we?

Good, I'm so glad we had this little talk!


Salon Manager

Can You Do All These Things With Your Hair?


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