Feather Pioneer Henry Hoffman on the Hair Extension Craze

Mike Benbow interviews feather pioneer Henry Hoffman — who sold his unique business to Tom Whiting in 1989 — and gets his take on the feather-tress craze.  He’s still selling feathers, some even to salons: “mostly the ones with irregularities, such as one side of the feather is longer than the other. He said women don’t care about things like that, but fly tiers do.  ‘My loyalty goes to the fly fisherman.'”  On HeraldNet.com.

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