What if your daughter's manicure could save her from date rape? Sounds impossible, right?
Well, four guys, all students at North Carolina State University, have developed a nail polish that changes color when it comes in contact with date rape drugs such as Rohypnol, Xanax, and GHB.
The masterminds behind the varnish that aims to protect women from becoming victims of the horrific but, sadly, not uncommon crime are calling their nail company Undercover Colors.
The entrepreneurs say their business is the "first fashion company working to prevent sexual assault."
"While date rape drugs are often used to facilitate sexual assault, very little science exists for their detection," the company's Facebook page says. "Our goal is to invent technologies that empower women to protect themselves from this heinous and quietly pervasive crime."
Way to go, guys!