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    HairTech hit with a lawsuit from another hair company

    Reported by the Hollywood Reporter / Edited by PHS

    A company called Celebrity Signatures Int’l specializes in selling hair extensions that allow women to look like famous people. On its website, Hair U Wear, the company offers looks ranging from Jessica Simpson to the latest coiffures on ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars.”

    Hairstyle knock-offs, right? Actually, Celebrity Signatures has filed patent applications on its “alternative hair” accessories. So when another hair extension company, HairTech Int’l, began marketing similar looks, Celebrity Signature sued claiming its competitor was selling a knock-offs of its, um, patented knock-off.

    That’s where Paris Hilton enters the picture.

    In a complaint filed Monday in federal court in Missouri, Celebrity Signatures alleges that HairTech is infringing its patents, including clip-in hair extensions branded “Clipin-Go by Paris Hilton” and “Dream Catchers.”

    According to HairTech’s website, the company signed a deal with Hilton in 2007 to be the face of its “Dream Catchers” hair extension line.

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