An inventor from Anaheim, Callifornia, was inspired to create a machine that makes a line of hair extensions at the time of cutting to reduce hair waste.
The inventor works in a beauty salon positioning hair extensions and noticed the amount of hair that is lost whenever people cut their hair. She developed the hair extension crimper to reduce the amount of hair wasted and to create a reusable hairline at the same time.
This original design was submitted to the Orange County (USA) sales office of InventHelp, a leading inventor service company, which maintains that this invention could save stylists time and energy, thus contributing to greater customer satisfaction.
“It also could increase salon revenue as they would be able to resell hair to customers or hair companies. Additionally, it would feature an easy to use and eco-friendly design,” says the InventHelp team.
The hair extension crimper is currently available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers. (Source: InventHelp)