If you thought having an awesome hairstyle required having actual hair, think again.
Thanks to one Southern California-based photographer, there's a new type of wig making quite a splash in the art scene.
Meet Tim Tadder.
In his latest project, Water Wigs, Tadder created a series of incredible hairstyles on his bald models.
However, Tadder didn't dress up their bare heads with boring wigs that look like human hair.
Instead, he used water and the laws of gravity to transform their tresses into a variety of flowing, liquid locks.
To create these hydro hairdos, Tadder either had his colleagues bombard the bald models with water balloons while he snapped away or he wrapped the models' shiny heads in long, skinny balloons and popped them with a laser and sound trigger.
Tadder's use of vibrant color palettes and playful poses really enhance the visual effects in this stunning series, and his hilarious photos prove you don't need a full head of hair to look absolutely fabulous.
Take a look at the pictures below to see these amazing water wigs.