AUSTIN (KXAN) - You've probably seen or heard about the Cabbage Patch wigs for babies that emerged about a month or so ago, but now there are Baby Bangs to top everything off.
They put all those bows and knit hats to shame -- sort of. Still, Baby Bangs are apparently worn the same way as traditional headbands, according to the company's website.
The website also features an adorable baby -- of course, bald -- who then transforms into a baby with a head full of hair ... and bangs!
The company says it's realistic hair in a snap: "It's quick, easy and baby barely knows it's there."
The Baby Bangs' wispy hair strands are pre-customized, size-appropriate, cut, styled and ready for immediate wear.
In case you were wondering, the patent is pending, and they typically run about $29.95.
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