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Clip in tinsel.
I used to go to hair salons to get hair tinsel put in. They would tie it
to individual strands of hair. I would pay for it to be done every
time.It was fun to have and I constantly got compliments on it. It's
just something fun that kids to adults would enjoy. Nothing too crazy.
But it would come out when brushing my hair, which, in turn would
require another trip to the salon to have them put it in, and it would
cost. Then you just repeat this process. I got pretty frustrated with
it. I had paid good money for it and it didn't stay very long. Then I
would have to go back and do it again. It got to the point where I
didn't have the time or money to keep doing it. But I really missed
having them. So, I came up with this idea, so that I can wear them
whenever I want. It became something that I couldn't afford anymore but
still wanted. I started thinking about ways to do it myself. I then used
that tinsel and came up with the idea of putting it together myself.
It's not thick, filled with one color. It's individual strands. This way
I can put it in and take it out whenever I want. I can take it out to
wash, color, and comb my hair, or put my hair up, and it it back in when
my hair is down. It won't get damaged when dying your hair and it won't
lose its color through shampooing. That makes things so much easier. I
had actually envisioned some kind of snap, something that looks like a
clothespin, but obviously not a clothespin since that would hurt, or
teeth, where it'd close comfortably in the hair, without damaging the
hair or hurting the scalp, and there'd be small holes drilled in there
where the tinsel would be threaded through/embedded.
Another idea is for shoes. Sometimes they just irritate your toes and
heels. I started thinking that there needs to be some kind of foam
insert that goes all the way around the inside of the shoe, protects the
back of the heel from chafing, and stays inside of the front of the
shoe. It would be round toe, or pointy, depending on what type it was.
So, it'd be a big foam insert, of sorts. It'd be like a regular foam
insert, but all connected, it would go around the whole shoe, sides,
front to back, filling the front to protect the toes, to give It could
be a thin, durable mesh material, or a soft, spongy material to give