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Don't you ever complain about sitting too long in the hairdresser's chair again. Architects at the Berlin-based FAHR 021.3 firm recently designed a series of conceptual hairstyles inspired by the Portuguese city of Guimarães and architecture and fashion from the '60s and '70s, Curbed reports. It got as geometric as you would expect, the results are approximately two bobby pins away from constructing a house on a woman's head. But, as our sister site puts it, the upside is they look totally frizz-proof. [Curbed National]