A while back we ran a series called Water Wigs which featured exciting images of water exploding on men's heads. Now, photographer Tim Tadder is back with a follow up to his wildy successful series.
This time the Los Angeles-based photographer used female models to explore a diffrent side of his concept. "We cast some unique looking women, shaved their heads, (or applied bald caps) and hurled water balloons at their heads, and captured the explosion of water at various intervals. The result a new head of water hair!"
Indeed, this incredible visual project captures the beauty of water down to the last drop. You can see more of Tadder's work by visiting his website.
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