This New Hair Dye Turns Humans Into Chameleons – Design You Trust

This New Hair Dye Turns Humans Into Chameleons

The Unseen studio created the world’s first color changing hair dye. The hair dye which is called fire, changes color depending on the temperature and the surroundings. It can go from bright red to something much more subtle and the brand is currently looking for partners so they can take the hair dye to the next level.

More info: The Unseen, Instagram

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