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‘I had my hair’s health measured by BAFTAs hairdresser and the results really surprised me’

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We probably think that we have a pretty good idea of what healthy hair looks like: strong, shiny and swishy, right? But what if you could actually measure your hair’s true health, on the inside, and use these results to tailor your hair care routine?

That’s the idea behind an innovative piece of technology from Schwarzkopf called the SalonLab Smart Analyzer, currently available in about 20 Schwarzkopf salons around the UK.

It features a near-infrared scanner that measures damage deep inside the hair from factors such as heat styling and colouring to show the true strength of the hair as a percentage.

This is paired with an in-depth consultation to prescribe a bespoke hair treatment in the salon, along with recommended home care products, with the idea being that, over time and if you follow the advice, you should see this score improve at your next appointment.

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