Detecting spiked drinks just got easier

You’re out with your friend when someone hands her a drink. She immediately sticks her finger into the cup, and you watch, amazed, as her nailpolish changes colors.
The creators of Undercover Colors have created the first fashion product that helps women prevent sexual assault from happening.
To combat drugs that may unexpectedly appear in drinks, Undercover Colors is a clear coat nailpolish that can be applied over plain or polished nails.
“I think that this is a good idea,” senior Jessica Moore said. “This could save a lot of girls from bad things happening to them at parties and bars when they are just trying to have fun.”
The product can detect drugs such as Xanax, Rohypnol (roofies), or Gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid (GHB). The creators are still trying to test, add, and remove chemicals to detect a variety of date rape drugs.
Since this new product is still in development, it has not been released into stores yet. The creators of the polish hope to make it into the selling markets soon and hope that their product is successful in stores.