Hair Dye That Changes Color In Response To Its Environment

Hair Dye That Changes Color In Response To Its Environment

Do you love dying your hair, but hate the cost of changing it periodically? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could change your hair color without the fuss of having to dye it again? The unseen has developed a color-changing hair dye, Fire, which reacts to shifts in temperature. The dye, for example, can change your hair to red outside and revert to a natural color when indoors. The dye has carbon-based molecules that alter their light absorption when subjected to temperature changes, resulting in various colors that you can reverse by heading somewhere new.

Photo taken from culturetrip.com

Photo taken from culturetrip.com

The dye’s inventor, Lauren Bowker, told weird that the dye is completely safe. It uses “less toxic” materials, such as irritants that are wrapped in polymers to minimize the damage to your hair and scalp. Theoretically, it shouldn't be more harmful than the dye you purchase at the store. 

Fire is still in the process of being refined and fully assessed for safety before you can buy it. It shouldn’t take too long to reach the shelves since there’s already production-oriented testing underway. If everything goes as planned, you should have an adaptable hair color sooner rather than later. Throw away those coupons for the other brands and cut the cost in half.

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