Can't grow a man bun? You can buy one instead

Story highlights

  • Groupon said more than 1000 clip on buns have been sold
  • The artificial man bun is a solution for trendier men who might not have enough hair

(CNN)Who doesn't love a good man bun?

Celebrities like David Beckham and Kit Harington of "Game of Thrones" have been seen sporting the up-do. It's a popular hashtag on Instagram, a social media photoshop trend and now everyone can try the look on themselves.
A company is capitalizing on social media's man bun obsession. Groupon is selling a solution for any adventurous guy who wants to test out the trend, but doesn't want to put in the effort to grow out his hair.
    The online company is targeting a specific kind of man. One "Who Wears Many Hats, but No Bun."
    The average man won't have to feel envious of those with lengthy locks. Thanks to a running deal on the coupon site, every hipster, fixed-gear bicyclist and introspective Hollywood actor will be able to sport the do for less than $10, according to the company's ad.
    Who knows, those who wear the clip-on might be able to grow their own hair someday.
      The attachable hairpiece is made of artificial hair and comes in a variety of natural looking hair colors.
      More than a thousand buns have been sold, according to Groupon.