Graphene Hair Dye

Graphene Hair Dye:

  • Graphene hair dyes can be applied by spraying, brushing, and then drying.
  • Graphene hair dyes do not contain organic solvents or toxic molecular ingredients.
  • Durability of graphene dyes has reached the performance of permanent hair dyes.
  • Graphene dyes render hair enhanced antistatic and thermal dissipation properties.
I think someone made them put in this part to show how "green" they are. Probably a requirement of one of their grants:
The waste from graphene-coated hair can be recycled and repurposed for the creation of functional materials for other electronic or energy storage devices.

Graphene seems to be the nuclear fusion of materials science: it's always just ten years away from a total revolution of everything, this time for sure. It'll be easier to believe this is real when the kevlar-shitting spiders show up in products, or when nanotech makes dental cavities a thing of the past, this time for sure, or when I can charge my phone with a stinger tap.

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5 Responses:

  1. Bicycle companies seem to experimenting with graphene.
    Though so far there are only tires with a sprinkle of graphene: https://www.popularmechanics.com/adventure/sports/how-to/a19851/graphene-bike-tires/

    • tfb says:

      Also, speaker cables (oh, sorry, 'interconnects') with aligned graphene fibres, at $100,000/metre. The soundstage, I am told, is a revelation.

  2. Graphene hair dyes do not contain organic solvents or toxic molecular ingredients.

    ...except for the part where graphene itself (like most nanoparticles), although not a "toxic molecular ingredient" in the way of, say, potassium cyanide is still a huge open question mark w/r/t long-term toxicity and especially lung damage. Graphene-based cosmetic products (even if they worked as advertised and could be manufactured in bulk) seem like maybe getting a decade or three ahead of ourselves.

    • ennui says:

      despite the fire-proofing benefits, asbestos hair dyes proved to have certain liabilities...

  3. AoSeaMilk says:

    Needs more purple.

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