Starting next Monday, people's hair will start to develop unique traits and personality, similar to humans and animals.
This incredible and bizarre phenomenon was discovered by a group of scientists who were studying the effects of a mysterious chemical in hair products.
The chemical, which has been found in various hair products, reacts with natural oils in the scalp and triggers a strange genetic mutation in the hair follicles.
As a result, people's hair will start to move by itself, changing color and texture, and even communicate with the owner, much like a pet or a friend.
Although the scientists are still puzzled by the extent of the mutation and its long-term effects, many people are already embracing this change and even giving their hair its own name and identity.
Some are also experimenting with new hair care routines and products, as they believe that their hair's personality will affect its health and appearance.
In response to this new trend, many hair care companies are developing special products that are tailored to individual hair personalities.
For example, there are shampoos and conditioners that claim to enhance the playful nature of curly hair, while others promise to calm down the rebellious streak of frizzy hair.
Some hair sprays and gels also claim to amplify the voice of the hair, allowing it to express itself more clearly to the owner and those around them.