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L’Oréal's hairbrush hears the sounds of mistreatment

The battery-powered brush is splash-proof and is said to work with a variety of hair types

Might we one day wonder how our delicate hair ever withstood the harsh treatment of a brush that wasn't connected to the internet? Probably not, but L'Oréal has a few ideas about how it can make for more lovely locks. Developed with Kérastase and Withings, the Hair Coach uses a microphone and sensors to detect brushing patterns and signs of excessive force, presenting users with insights and recommendations through a companion smartphone app.

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Category: Health & Wellbeing

  • CES 2017
  • Hair
  • Internet of Things
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