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The Newest Fashion Craze In China Is Hair Clips That Look Like Food

Out: Plastic plant hair clips. In: Plastic meat.

Posted on September 14, 2015, at 4:38 p.m. ET

Last month, plastic hair plants took over China as the new fashion trend.

But in the world of fashion, one week you're in and the next you're out. And the Chinese internet has decided to prove that by quickly brushing aside the "old" trend and upgrading to the next level: plastic food clips.

You want to put a fried egg on your head? Now you can put a fried egg on your head.

Need to adorn your head with the highest of ~streaky pork fashion~. You're covered now.

It's a regular buffet for your hair.

While most internet users have been quite shocked by the stunt, the self-proclaimed inventor says on the store's Taobao product page they have their hands full producing more clips because of the high demand.

There were also actually buyers who sincerely commented that the clips — like this dashing and delicious dumpling — are cute.

Just one request though: burrito clips. Make it happen.

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.

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