Schwarzkopf SalonLab analyzes your hair, creates a custom shampoo
Are you scared at all.
I just want you guys to know, that this is the first time that I'm letting other white people touch my hair.
I'm here in the Hinckel Suite as part of CES 2018 here in Los Angeles.
And I'm trying out the Schwarzkopf SalonLab hair analyzer.
Now this is a tool that takes a deep look inside of your hair so it can work with your stylist to recommend a shampoo that's built just for you.
All right, so here Here's how it works.
First, you input a little information in the app that talks about what your hair goals are, if you've ever colored your hair, things like that.
Then your stylist will hold the hair analyzer at your root.
And at the ends of your hair, to see what's happening on the inside.
After a little bit of calculation, you'll get a score on your overall hair health, plus the moisture level, from both the root and the tip.
I could get your hair analyzed, and you get your average The information is sent to a machine that makes a custom on the spot shampoo for you that you can take home.
Then every few months or so you can come back into a salon, get your hair analyzed and figure out If you need to make any changes, or if the shampoo is working to make your hair better.
The hair analyzer isn't a tool you're gonna take home with you.
Rather you have to go to Schwarzkopf Salon, and work with a stylist.
The hair analyzer will be in Schwarzkopf Salons in Europe later this year, and it will arrive in North America in 2019.
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