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Beautiful Hair Grows From a Healthy Scalp

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Answer a few quick questions to receive hair & scalp care recommendations customized for you by René Furterer experts

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How would you describe the condition of your scalp  

  • Normal
  • Dry
  • Very Dry
  • Oily
  • Sensitive
  • Irritated
Dry: Difficult to detangle strands, lacking softness and shine.

Very dry, damaged: Impossible to detangle strands that are rough, dull and brittle with split ends.

Damaged, over-processed: Hair is damaged deep down due to aggressive styling techniques including chemical treatments, heat styling and overexposure to environmental elements.

How would you describe the condition of your ends ?

  • Normal
  • Dry
  • Very dry, damaged
  • Extremely damaged, over-processed

What is your hair texture  

  • Straight
  • Wavy
  • Curly
  • Coily
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How would you describe your type of hair ?

  • Fine
  • Medium
  • Coarse

Do you color process your hair  

  • No
  • Yes, Color-Treated
  • Yes, Highlighted
  • Yes, Bleached
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What color is your hair  

  • Silver/Grey/ Platinum
  • Blonde
  • Red
  • Brown
  • Black
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What is your main concern  

  • Frizz
  • Dullness
  • Lacks Volume
  • Thinning
  • Color Protection / Enhancement
  • Oily Scalp
  • Sensitive Scalp
  • Irritated Scalp
  • Dryness
  • Breakage
  • Defined Curls
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Is your hair thinning  

  • Progressive
    hereditary, hormonal

    Often takes up to six months to become noticeable and generally genetically predetermined, typically following a pattern

  • Reactional
    sudden, temporary

    Usually becomes visible two to three months after a specific event. Triggers may include childbirth, illness, unbalanced diet, fatigue, seasonal change, excessive styling

  • No
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