A new line of hair dye from a Chinese company that is expected to be approved for use in the United States soon is being sold at retail outlets as burgundy.
Fox hair-dye makers have been able to make the dye without damaging hair and can be used for men, women and children in various hair types.
Fox Hair Dye has made hair dye for at least 20 years, according to a person familiar with the company’s plans.
The company’s name is Fox Hair DYE, which means “fox hair.”
The dye is made from a mixture of pigments, including a combination of the chemicals, including zinc oxide, copper sulfate, zinc chloride, copper chloride and iron oxides.
Fox Hair dye’s name comes from the Chinese character for “fox.”
The company is seeking a U.S. trademark registration and a $4 million licensing fee, according the person familiar.
Fox Hair’s products will be sold at major retailers such as Target and Walmart, the person said.
The company, based in the southeastern city of Wuhan, sells its products at Walgreens and Target stores, among other stores, according a person with knowledge of the company.
In a statement, Fox Hair said its products are safe for consumers.
“We are very pleased to announce that our products are now available in the U.K. and Europe,” the statement said.
A spokesperson for Fox Hair declined to comment on whether the company plans to expand to the U: States.
As for the trademark filing, the company did not respond to a request for comment.