Hair Analyzer Device: Bluetooth Enabled Device To Take A Deep Look At The Split Ends
Hair care organizations have since quite a while ago made lines of items to address the specific needs of your hair, regardless of whether it’s wavy, colour treated or chemically straightened. A line of beauty salons have taken that idea further with the formation of a hair analyzer device intended to glimpse inside your hair to perceive what your hair truly require.
Today, Henkel Beauty Care announced it’s creation of the Salon Lab, a framework in which a handheld, Bluetooth-connected device analyzes your strands. The Salon Lab device at that point converses with an application, which comes up with a customized shampoo cleanser formula.
The hair analyzer is about the size of a mobile phone and it needs to through the hair from root to tip. It contains near infrared and visible light sensors to quantify inner hair quality, dampness level and genuine hair colour. The company said the hair analyzer will work with varities of hair textures and colours.
A stylist clasps the analyzer onto the roots and tips of your hair, and the application gives you a score out of 100 for dampness level and general hair well being. A Bluetooth-enabled machine connects to the application at that point makes an sample size custom shampoo instantly that should address your hair’s needs. And while you wait for the shampoo cleanser, you can utilize the application’s augmented reality features to try on various hair shades that are superimposed on your real hair.
The analyzer isn’t intended to supplant the expertise of stylists. Rather, the tech provides the specialists with more information to deal with your hair, said Marie-Eve Schroeder, head advertising officer at Henkel Beauty Care.
The Salon Lab system will be available for customers in Schwarzkopf Professional hair care salons in the United States and Europe. Consultations are free, however there are costs associated with hair care.
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