Colors include: Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum, Butter Blossom, Hola Classic, Watermelon, Snow Cone White, and Firestone Red
Did you know the reason why traditional bubble gum is pink? Created in 1928, creator Walter Diemer was attempting to improve on the regular chewing gum of the time, which was notably sticky and not easily stretched. Bubble gum gained recognition with the color pink as that was Mr. Diemer’s favorite color and the only dye he had on hand. Have you ever bought balls of classic bubble gum in vending machines, often found in restaurants and arcades though? Today bubble gum comes in countless variations of color and flavors; but pink will always be the most notable, often followed by blue. Reminiscent of Mr. Diemer’s classic bubble gum, this cute scrunchie hair tie includes whimsical silver-tone plastic bow.
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