|By PR Newswire||
|August 28, 2014 06:18 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A new iPhone weather app, My Hair Weather, was launched this week offering traditional weather forecasting services plus an added element of "hair weather" forecasting, detailing how weather conditions will impact hair appearance. Reporting includes current, hourly and advanced 7-day forecasts for any U.S. or international city or town, totaling over 2.7 million locations around the globe.
As a distinguishing feature of the app, My Hair Weather has created the first-ever hair weather forecasting model that is completely customized to each user. By compiling user hair data, My Hair Weather can personalize the current, hourly and 7-day hair weather forecasts to reflect each user's hair and experiences in real-world weather conditions.
Because hair weather forecasting is only the first step in maintaining hair appearance, My Hair Weather also provides valuable hair care advice including hair care tips, longer-term hair care suggestions, an ingredients watch list as well as detailed product recommendations that include ratings garnered from the major online beauty product retailers. All hair care advice is timely and tailored to both the current hair weather conditions and the user's hair type.
Social sharing is also encouraged via Facebook, Twitter or email, enabling users to share hair weather updates with friends or report on "good hair weather" in the area.
My Hair Weather is available immediately in the App Store for just $1.99 and can be used on both the iPhone and iPad.
For more information visit www.myhairweather.com.
About My Hair Weather:
Software development group Innovative Weather Solutions is behind the creation of My Hair Weather. Based in New York, Innovative Weather Solutions is a newly established division of tech firm MSShop Technologies, Inc.
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SOURCE Innovative Weather Solutions
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