A stylist in Florida offers a wild way to cut hair, Edward Scissorhands-style. Valentino LoSauro told UK newspaper The Telegraph, "I am a pianist as well as a hairdresser and wanted to combine that light fingered touch with my styling. So the 'Clawz' were born as a simple idea to bring a musicality to hair styling. When I cut the hair I use methods I call 'Flight of the Bumblebee' and 'Zap.'" According to him, it took him two years and £150,000 (about $243,557.46 in today's shoddy economic climate) to come up with his zippy creations. (The picture over on the right is just one Claw up close and personal.)

Now, I'm no hairdresser so I don't know if it would be a good idea or not, but I would totally let this guy near my Jewfro with his magical gadgets, which you can read about on the official Clawz website. Plus, I know from my friends who do hair that it can be super-hard on the joints in your fingers so maybe these are a better option. But more importantly, he's an adorable real-life Edward Scissorhands living in good old Florida! And, best of all, he can remove his Clawz to hold the people he loves.

If you can't find a Clawz hairdresser in your area, you can buy your own set for $149.95. And then send us pictures. Cinematical and its parent company are not legally responsible for what happens to your hair, yourself, your property, or unwitting bystanders if you happen to Clawz yourself. And we definitely wouldn't recommend using the Wolverine Electronic Battle Claw instead.
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