How can a post-DUI, pre-incarceration celeb keep a low profile when every photog in L.A. is gunning for them?
If Troika has its way, camera-shy celebrities may soon be able to spray their faces with Blur anti-photography spray. The spray would create a bright white area where the celeb's face should be. Blur will use highly reflective nanoparticles that reflect camera flashes, leaving frustrated photogs with a roll of white spots instead of the shame of the infamous.
No word on when -- if ever -- Blur will hit the trendy shops on Robertson Blvd.