Hair Diagnosis Camera

October 31, 2017 Trends 0 Comments

Q: What exactly does a Kerastase ‘diagnosis’ involve?

A: It starts with a sit down chat to pinpoint the client’s main hair concerns, and find out how they feel about their hair overall. We then use the Kerastase diagnostic camera to look at their hair and scalp up close, which feeds through to an iPad screen so that the client can watch. Based on what we see, we prescribe a customised take home hair care routine to target any concerns. If needed, sometimes we will also recommend an in-salon treatment program.

Q: Why is it so important to get diagnosed?

A: Everyone’s hair and scalp is unique, and it’s important to remember that the health of your scalp is so important to the overall health of your hair. If left untreated, scalp issues can lead to things like hair loss, dullness          and premature ageing of the hair follicle. Most of the time, you won’t see the ‘root’ cause of the problems you notice with your hair without looking at your scalp under the microscope! Getting a properly prescribed              routine will help to catch any issues early, keep your scalp balanced and your hair looking and feeling healthy.

Q: For those who are short on time, how long does it take?

A: The entire process should take no longer than 15 minutes.

Q: How much does it cost for the service?

A: It costs $30

Q: How does the Kerastase camera work, and what can it tell me about my hair and scalp?

A: The Kerastase diagnostic camera looks at your hair and scalp up close – it actually magnifies by up to 500 times! By doing this, we can see things like sensitivity, dandruff, dryness, oiliness, the density of your hair, and       damage that you often can’t see with the naked eye.