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The haircare industry adopts tech to customize the analysis of hair

Implications - Brands in the haircare industry are adopting smart technology to better analyze the hair of customers, whether in salons or in items designed for consumers to use at home. These products come as consumers increasingly prioritize tech-powered customization, which can avoid the bias of human involvement.

Workshop Question - How could your brand use tech to enhance trust in its products/services?
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Sensor-Driven Smart Hairbrushes - The Kerastase Hair Coach was Revealed at CES 2017
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Warm 1,253 Clicks Pub: Jan 4, 17
Sensor-Driven Smart Hairbrushes
The Kerastase Hair Coach was Revealed at CES 2017
The Kerastase Hair Coach Powered by Withings is being described as the world’s first smart hairbrush. The brush was created along with L’Oreal’s Research and Innovation... [More]
At-Home Hair Analysis Kits - Mineralife's Mineral Hair Analysis Test Kit Provides Health Insights
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This Month and Warm 125 Clicks Pub: May 3, 19
At-Home Hair Analysis Kits
Mineralife's Mineral Hair Analysis Test Kit Provides Health Insights
Mineralife recently introduced a Mineral Hair Analysis Test kit that helps to give customers insight into their health and nutrition. As Mineralife offers a variety of supplements, it recognizes... [More]
Data-Driven Salon Systems - The Schwarzkopf Professional SalonLab Introduces Customized Haircare
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Average 269 Clicks Pub: Feb 20, 18
Data-Driven Salon Systems
The Schwarzkopf Professional SalonLab Introduces Customized Haircare
At CES 2018, Schwarzkopf introduced the Schwarzkopf Professional SalonLab, which offers a vision for “the salon of the future.” The three-step system begins by assessing one’s... [More]
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