The spray on hair fad has been made more popular by celebrities such as rapper Flo Rida and Chicago Bulls star Carlos Boozer. Boozer rocked his spray on hair during a recent televised basketball game.
There is an entire line of spray on hair that is dedicated to bald men or men with receding hairlines who want to look young again.
Barbers have used spray on hair dye to spruce up their clients' heads for years. Spray on hair is big business on Amazon.com where a bottle of Hair Color Thickener sells for just $7.37. That's cheaper than hair plugs or hair pieces.
The spray on hair craze is fueled by vanity, or the growing obsession with our own self-image. So if women can wear weave to bolster their self-image, why can't men wear spray on hair to improve theirs?