Hot springs holds 'hair freezing' competition
Every year, visitors to the Takhini Hot Springs in Yukon are challenged to freeze their hair and brows.
The unique contest, which offers prizes of up to $700 to those who can submit the best frozen hair photographs, takes place in temperatures which rarely exceed -25 degrees Fahrenheit.
Those looking to take part simply need to wet their hair in the hot springs and then wait for the freezing air to take its course. The organizers maintain that the process does not damage the hair and that simply dipping it in to the warm water of the springs will thaw it out again instantly.