In a recent article in The Wall Street Journal, we reported that we were testing out a new range of caramel hair color for children and adults.
The news article is a little dated, but it seems to be one of the first in a series of studies looking at the health effects of these new colors.
In the study, we’re testing out three new caramel hair colors: A blend of the pink and yellow pinks (which are popular in the UK) and the orange orange and black pits.
(We also tested two others in the new range, which were also purple, black and red.)
The new range is named AstroBiolabs.
I don’t want to give too much away, but I wanted to mention that we’re very excited to introduce a new caramel color to our line of products, and we hope to share more about the new colors in the coming weeks and months.
These new colors were developed in collaboration with the team at AstroBiolab.
For more information on the AstroBiological Laboratories line of hair products, please visit: http://www.astrobiolabs-co.com/collections/melted-cream-hair-colors/AstroBiotech-Co-Founders-Alanna-Pavlich-Biology-University-of-California-San Francisco-Biolinear-Caramel-Black-Pit-AstroBioBioChemistry-Dr.
Pavicles BioBioLab AstraBioBioBio Chemistry Dr.
Paviais BioBio Lab Dr.
Hewitt BioBioLab The new line of AstroBioBiotech products will be available for purchase in stores across the country starting in the summer of 2018.
More about the AstroBioBio Labs line of colors: The AstroBio BioLab line of hair products include: An array of natural colors for children, adults and teens, a line of high-tech sensors, and A set of carbon-based organic-based hair and scalp color ingredients.
A bio-degradable gel made with organic materials for long-lasting color enhancement for the scalp.
This is the third generation of the Astro BioLab hair products line.
Learn more about AstroBioLab: http://www,astrobiotech-co,co-founders,paviais,biotech,collections,carbon-free-hair product,hair products,pavicles source Google Search