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Mexican architect Abraham Cota Paredes has given this hair salon in Guadalajara a minimal makeover, hiding beauty products and accessories in the all-white space. Read more
Hair isn't something you'd normally associate with consumer electronics, but then not all hair-care systems are as tech-heavy as Schwarzkopf Professional SalonLab. It's currently on display at CES in Las Vegas, where it's won two Innovation Awards...Continue Reading SalonLab scanning tech creates customized hair careCategory: Health & WellbeingTags: CES 2018 HairRelated Article
Your subject's hair can be one of the most important aspects of a portrait image. In many cases it is quite literally framing the face. At the same time, hair is very challenging to retouch and enhance. Aaron Nace of Phlearn has some quick tips for us in the video below to help add pop to hair in portraits. The first thing we want to do is add volume to hair. This can be achieved through the
yamazaki’s take on the classic, sleek, dunce cone challenges everything we once believed about timeouts.The post these cat hats made of cat hair are going viral (not to be mistaken for dior’s FW17 beret) appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A new study presented at the 69th Annual Conference of the Cardiological Society of India suggests an association between coronary artery disease and premature graying and baldness in young men. The researchers suggest that both baldness and greying are stronger risk predictors of heart disease than obesity...Continue Reading Do premature graying and hair loss increase your risk of heart dise
For most people, smell is one of the main deciding factors when buying shampoo. But whether it's a hint of coconut, a whiff of wildflowers, or the aroma of some bizarre fruit cocktail, the smell doesn't last long after stepping out of the shower. Researchers from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) may now have found the answer to longer-lasting scents that can stay in the hair fo
to emphasize the depth of the space, the architect orientated the façade at 45 degrees and included a wall that follows a zig-zagged pattern.The post yamazaki kentaro uses rhythmic wooden walls in tokyo hair salon appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Hungarian designer Krisztina Czika's cups might resemble familiar IKEA mugs but they're actually made from human hair embedded in wax. Read more


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