They might look a bit like they stepped out of Whoville, but the competitors in the frozen hair contest in Canada are indeed human. In Whitehorse, Yukon each winter you can join in the frozen hairdo contest for a chance to win a cash prize of $750. What's more Candian than doing something weird out in the freezing cold?\nYou can find the Takhini Hot Pools hot springs up north about a 30-hour drive from Vancouver.\nAnyone planning a road trip or looking for a wild adventure next year has to put this place on their winter bucket list.\nYou have to be able to brave the cold to join in. It has to be at least minus 20 degrees for hair to freeze enough.\nOnce you've journeyed up north all you have to do is get yourself into the hot springs. They're super affordable so there's no extravagant cost involved.\nOnce you've dipped into the hot springs, then you have to freeze your hair. To be eligible for the contest, your hair should all be frosty white, no half-frozen 'dos allowed.\nThen, take a high-res photo, fill out the form at the front desk and hope that you're frozen look is impressive enough to win.\nView this post on Instagram 이런게 진짜 여행의 재미! 뜨끈뜨끈한 온천수 밖으로 머리를 내미는 순간 꽁꽁 얼어버리는 #타키니 온천 알수록 놀라운 #유콘 갈수록 재미난 #캐나다 #샬레트래블 #유콘 #겨울여행 #캐나다허니문 #유콘여행 #타키니온천 #캐나다여행 #온천여행 #재밌는여행 #행복한여행 #여행가자 #여행이좋다 #yukon #canada #hotsprings #feelsogood #travelpic #funnypics #travelling #traveltheworld #travelblog A post shared by Chalet Travel & Life (@chalettnl) on Nov 21, 2019 at 10:35pm PST\nThere are four categories you can compete in: best male photo, best female photo, most creative photo and best group photo with two or more people.\nThe winners of each category will take home $750 with a 30 Soak Membership thrown in.\nView this post on Instagram https://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/canada-crazy-frozen-hair-contest/ . . . . #lsdmovement #altvanity #frozenhair #comingsoon‼️ A post shared by L⚡️D Movement (@thelsdmovement) on Apr 18, 2019 at 1:45pm PDT\nHere's How You Can Freeze Your Hair\nYou can get the frosted tips look by following these steps. Frozen hair doesn't crack or snap off, either, so there's no harm or damage.\n1. Dunk your head in the water when it's at least - 20 and get your hair all wet\n2. Let your hair freeze in the cold air (your eyelashes and eyebrows will freeze, too)\n3. Keep your ears warm with the hot water while your hair freezes\n4. Wait until your hair starts to freeze and shape it into a wild shape\n5. Wait until it freezes more and turns totally frosty white\n6. Take pics\n7. Defrost by dunking your head again, it will instantly melt back to normal\nView this post on Instagram Hair Freezing Contest Winner 2017. It doesn't get cooler than this. #hairfreezingcontest #hotsprings A post shared by TakhiniHotSprings (@takhinihotsprings) on Mar 15, 2019 at 1:33am PDT\nWhile the contest usually runs during the Sourdough Rendezvous in February, you can enter in a picture taken from any time in the winter as long as it was cold enough to freeze your hair.\nThe International Hair Freezing Contest\nPrice: Regular adult admission $12.50\nWhen: From Friday, February 7 to Sunday, February 23, 2020\nAddress: Takhini Hot Pools, Whitehorse, Yukon\nWhy You Need To Go: Compete in the hair freezing contest for your chance to win a $750 prize.\n View this post on Instagram Hair Freezing Contest Winner - Best Male Category #hairfreezingcontest A post shared by TakhiniHotSprings (@takhinihotsprings) on Mar 11, 2019 at 10:01pm PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.