A lot of celebrities enjoy living their personal lives privately, but with paparazzi always circling and being around them this is now almost impossible for them.
Well that is about to change as there is a scarf that is being bought and worn by a lot of celebrities in the United States of America which allegedly makes you look invisible to a camera’s flashlight.
This scarf is designed by a London-based company called Ishu. The company believes that it now has the chance to use the knowledge it has of solar power to help protect people from their privacy to be invaded.
The scarf blocks out the image of the person wearing it, which causes you to appear as a black shadow when someone uses the flashlight of their camera to take a picture of you. The only thing that will be visible will be the scarf.
The scarf is becoming a popular favorite to a lot of celebrities. Celebrities like Trevor Noah, Paris Hilton, Cameron Diaz, Beyoncé, Kevin Hart, Nick Jonas and French Montana were seen wearing this scarf.
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