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In Canada’s Yukon Territory they’ve found a way to have a little fun with their hair and the freezing cold. Every year at the Takhini Hot Pools they host the International Hair Freezing Contest and you’ve got to see what they look like. The contest doesn’t have a set date, but participants need it to be cold enough to have hair freeze instantly which is -4F. Since 2011, Takhini Hot Pools managers challenge people to create the best-frozen hairstyles and the event attracts hundreds of people from around the world. There are 4 categories to enter: best man, best female, most creative and best group. Winners get $750 prizes and get a 30-time membership to the pools.
— Pee-wee Herman (@peeweeherman) February 11, 2017
If you are visiting The Takhini Hot Pools in #Yukon this winter, be sure to dive in and compete in their annual hair freezing contest. This cool ❄️ competition runs each February and is an experience – and photo-op – you won’t forget! 📷chrissgonewild/IG pic.twitter.com/AYWoYmkgIf
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