Father's Day gift ideas have gone beyond shirts and ties to include hair treatments, a helicopter ride and bread with dad's face on it. Brave sons and daughters who are not afraid to tell dad he has a hair-loss problem might consider the 'revitalising hair kit' from French make-up company Darphin. On sale for the special day for $512, the gift pack comes with shampoo, conditioner and a cream mask, all promising to boost hair growth. Those who seek an intimate evening with the pater familias can try the helicopter and dinner package from HeliHongKong. For $3,500, you, dad, and four other family members can ride the helicopter from West Kowloon to the Tsing Ma Bridge, Southern District, Tai Tam reservoir and Victoria Harbour. The ride lasts for 12 minutes. The evening ends at one of three chosen restaurants in Tsim Sha Tsui: A Touch of Spice, Heaven on Earth and El Cid Caramar. Keep in mind that they only serve a set dinner, meant to be shared among the six people, so make sure you like what they are offering. And to wrap up dinner, how about some red-bean bread in the shape of pop's face? Bakery Donq is selling the special bread in various forms for $25 each. They feature dad with spectacles, moustache, beard, hair parted in middle, long hair, or dad with no hair (which can go with the hair cream). Lau Fu-keung, assistant manager of Donq, said the store began selling the special breads last Christmas, with the face of Santa Claus. They were a hot seller during Mother's Day, with images of mothers: more than 200 sold on that single day. He expects to sell the same amount today and tomorrow. The bakery is at the Sogo Supermarket in Causeway Bay. And as for that Father's Day dinner, it is probably too late if you have not already booked a table.