By Lola Pazdanovic/BuzzFeed News The startup Lola is working on a new feminine care wearable device that’s not just for girls but for women.
This week, it announced it had raised $1.6 million from venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, the same firm that funded Lola’s last round of funding.
Lola launched the device at the I/O developer conference in New York City this year.
The device is a smartwatches that uses motion sensors to monitor and record facial expressions to make facial expressions more personalized.
The facial data is then sent back to the wearer.
Lula has partnered with a company called CBD Feminine to sell the device in the United States.
“We think we can make a product that’s really different from anything else out there,” said Lola CEO Nicole López-Díaz.
The company is also in the process of expanding its service and has recently raised $500,000 from another fund.
Lula’s vision is to make a device that could be worn by millions of women, and one that would be customizable to match the way a woman looks.
The design of the device is still in its early stages, but it will feature a unique design that can be easily worn by women with certain skin tones and facial features.
Lolas technology is not the first to attempt to make wearable devices that can monitor and track emotions in women.
Lala, a startup that was founded by an artist and a fashion designer, is working to use facial data from users to create facial-recognition software for women’s clothing.
The startup’s latest venture, LolaGlow, is also focused on providing data that is unique to women.
In its first year, LOLAGlow collected about 200 million facial expressions, and the company uses that data to track women’s emotional state.
LOLAPL has also partnered with two women’s magazines to use their data to create a series of products that show the facial expressions of women across different categories of clothing.
In addition to Lola and LOLANGeglow, Lolas first-ever product, the LolaCBD, has been in development since 2015.
The Lola CBD, which has a sleek, feminine design, is the first wearable device designed specifically for women that uses facial data to predict how women will react to a variety of emotions.
The first Lola wearable device to be marketed to women was the LOLA3, launched in March 2016.
It had an “interactive face-tracking app” that could show an “eye-roll emoji” if a woman was smiling and an “emotional emoji” when she was frowning.
The second Lola product was the CBD Celine, which is designed to track emotions that women express in response to a wide variety of emotional triggers.
“It’s an interactive wearable, but the user is also watching her entire body, and that’s what we want to create,” Lola founder Nicole Lola told Business Insider in a recent interview.
“Our goal is to be the most feminine wearables to date.
We’re trying to build a platform for women to create the products that are the best for them.”
Lola has a similar product in development for men.
The CBD Mascara has a silicone silicone cup that sits over the wearer’s mouth, allowing her to see facial expressions and emotions in real time.
The cup is available in pink, white, and black.
“The CBD is about being feminine.
It’s about being the kind of woman that we want our daughters to be,” Lula told Business Buzz.
“I’m very proud of this product.
I love that women are getting involved in this.”
For Lola to succeed, Lela will need to attract a wide range of female customers.
Lolitas female customers include fashion designers, fashion executives, beauty professionals, and fashion students.
“This is a brand that can help women be empowered and have their stories heard,” Loulas founder Nicole said.
“You can get to know your customers and what they are like and be more empowered.”
Lolas female users include fashion and beauty designers, who have had the opportunity to design a range of products inspired by women, including Lola products.
The most prominent product that Lola currently sells is its Celine.
It has a pink silicone cup with a soft silicone backing that sits on top of the wearer, creating a more feminine, “sexy” design.
The soft silicone cup is removable and can be worn as a handbag, nightgown, and even a necklace.
Lola Celine will be available in March of 2020, and it will come in four colors: pink, blue, black, and white.
The color pink is considered a more natural shade for women, while the blue and