You read that right. A hair dye has been invented that changes it color, depending on the environment's temperature.
Bored Panda has reported that the company Unseen created the world's first hair dye of its kind. When exposed to a cool temp, it turns into raven black, and once the dyed locks feel heat, it turns into fire engine red.
Lauren Bowker, owner of Unseen, is the genius behind this innovation.
The semi-permanent hair dye collection is called Fire, and the brand offers a range of color-changing dyes from bright red to more subdued colors.
An idea is only an idea untill someone makes it happen! 6 months ago @ilikegrey and I were watching The Craft and It dawned on me that their world was now! If you can believe it you will see it! And why wouldn't you!? #seetheunseen #magic #womenininnovation #science #alchemy #curiosity #modernwitch #ideas #innovation #chemistry #materialgirl
The brand is still looking for business partners to make the product available in the market. Let's cross our fingers that this happens soon!