Haut.AI provides an AI algorithm that estimates hair's frizziness level.


The frizziness metric combines split ends and frizz. It can lead to the hair’s texture becoming irregular and frizzy. Split ends happen when the ends of the hair become dry, brittle, and frayed. Frizz is hair that does not align with the surrounding hairs but stands up or curls independently, creating a fuzzy or irregular texture. The three main causes of frizz are genetics, hair damage, and humidity. The higher the parameter value, the smoother your hair.

"algorithm_tech_name": "hair_frizziness"


The algorithm returns metrics for the following area:

  • hair


The main metric is an overall score indicating the hair frizziness score for area_name

"main_metric": {
                "value": 80,
                "widget_type": "bad_good_line",
                "name": "Hair Frizziness",
                "tech_name": "hair_frizziness",
                "widget_meta": null
  • value The frizziness score ranges from [0,100]The higher the value of this parameter, the more uniform and smooth your hair is. Frizziness can be divided into six classes based on value:

    • (90,100] - Smooth hair

    • (80,90] - Slightly frizzed

    • (70,80] - Reduced frizziness

    • (50,70] - Average frizziness

    • (30, 50] - Increased frizziness

    • [0,30] - Highly frizzed

  • "widget_type": "bad_good_line" indicates that a higher value corresponds to smoother hair texture

  • "name": "Hair Frizziness"

  • "tech_name": "hair_frizziness"


None - there are no sub-metrics for hair frizziness


None - there are no restored masks for hair frizziness


None - there are no original masks for hair frizziness

Example (JSON)

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