Hair Pro v5.05
As you can see from the picture, Mr. Hall's head is as shiny as a newborn baby, only with slightly less mucous. In case you can't tell, I used my elite Photoshop skills to magnify the portion of his head in question:
I took the liberty of drawing in various arrows to point to the bald areas of his head which, as you may notice, are all over it. You may also notice that one of the arrows is pointing in the wrong direction. This is because I accidentally screwed up and was too lazy to fix it. If you want to complain about it, feel free to send me an email. Anyway, enough dwelling on the past; let's see what Mr. Hall, King of the Monstars, looks like in his brand new hair!
Conan O' Hall.
Once again, Hair Pro v5.05 lived up to all the hype surrounding it. Jason Hall was instantly transformed from the hideous, frightening, sinewy mass of tightly woven rage and hatred into a jovial, pleasant man. Well, assuming you ignore the large sweat stain on his shirt and the fact that his arms look like some kind of fleshy pistons used to tear wild boars apart. Mr Hall, I think you should download a copy of Hair Pro v5.05 and unlock your inner beauty at once. It may even aid in the sale of Lithtech game engines, who knows.
So, in conclusion, I found that Hair Pro v5.05 is a definite "must have" piece of software that should be on everybody's list of things to download before they die. If you've ever wanted to know how fetching and ultra cool you'd look if you were standing behind a floating lump of discolored hair, Hair Pro v5.05 will answer all your questions and much more. The editor, while not being the most powerful of available utilities, does allow you to draw lines in the color blue. I can only imagine how exciting and wonderful the full version is, but at a price tag of $50, I doubt I'll ever care enough to find out. Download Hair Pro v5.05 at once and get that look you've always wanted... but denied to all your friends.
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