Voice Assist Hair Care: All Things Hair is Getting Vocal

two women on the sofa laughing with a Google Home Assistant device on the sofa
We take care of all your styling and hair care needs with the All Things Hair voice assistant, now on Google and Amazon

Talk to us! We’re super excited to announce a new chapter in hair care with the launch of the first voice-controlled hair advisor, because we believe in being with you every step of the way.

With all our expert hair advice, tips, tricks and trends now available on your voice devices as well as on your phone, we’re leaving no room for a bad hair day ever again. We’ve collected your most preferred articles and topics to design this app on Amazon Echo (with or without screen), on Google Assistant Home and on your smartphone. Bonus: You can also save your hair preferences for a fully customized experience!

Explore These Key Features:

1. Haircare Advice

…We can give you instant access to essential hair care information and products to help you on your hair journey. Don’t have the time to listen right away? That’s no problem, we can email the article to your inbox, so you can read it at a time that’s convenient for you.

2. Hairstyle of the Day

…Based on your hair type and preference, location, weather and the day of the week, we can suggest a hairstyle you can rock for the day.

Choose your assistant:

How does it Work?

We’ve asked our editors Eunice Lucero and Alyssa François to show you how to use the app to get the look and advice you want. Check it out below:

Let’s Chat.

If you already have a Google Assistant at home or on your phone, enabling the Action is a quick and easy process. Just follow these three steps:

  1. Search “All Things Hair” on the App Store, or click the button below.
  2. Click “Try it
  3. Start interacting by saying, “OK Google, talk to All Things Hair.

That’s it!

And please—let us know how we did.

The best part about getting vocal? We get to have an honest conversation with you, our trusted readers. We’ve worked tirelessly to get you the first-ever voice assist hair advisor on the market, and rest assured we want to make your experience as smooth as possible. Please tell us what you think about the app with some feedback and do let us know how we can improve! The best way to do it is with some stars ★★★★★

Get the Action on Google Assistant

Have a great hair day!

two women looking at a phone using the All Things Hair action on Google Home Assistant
Your hair care needs solved with the All Things Hair action on Google Home Assistant

Frequently Asked Questions

After you’ve finished enabling the Action, you can start interacting with All Things Hair by saying
“OK Google, open All Things Hair.”

Explore using 3 key features to get the answer you want. Try using these examples:
“OK Google, ask All Things Hair how to do a fishtail braid.”
“OK Google, ask All Things Hair how to do a messy bun.”
“OK Google, ask All Things Hair about dandruff.”
“OK Google, ask All Things Hair for a hairstyle for a wedding.”
“OK Google, ask All Things hair for short hair look.”
“OK Google, ask All Things Hair for the hairstyle of today.”

First, ensure you’ve got the All Things Hair Action enabled on your Google Assistant app (scroll up to see how to enable All Things Hair) and that you’ve verified your account. Then, stay close to your Google Assistant device and clearly say “OK Google, open All Things Hair.”

If All Things Hair has multiple hairstyles suitable for you, you can skip to the next hairstyle suggestion by saying “OK Google, next.”

If you’ve already started hearing the details about a query (e.g. you’ve been listening to the steps of a
tutorial) try saying “OK Google, repeat.”You can also see a text version of the step-by-step in your Google Assistant app in the ‘Home’ section. All
Things Hair will also email you the steps—just check your inbox.

Google Assistant will remember what you were following if you come back up to a day later, just re-open All Things Hair to pick up from where you left off. You can also view the details in the email that All Things Hair will send when you decide to hear the information.You can print this email. You can turn emails on and off by saying: “OK Google, ask All Things Hair to turn emails on/off.” The article will also be available on your Google Assistant App in the form of a card on your Home screen.

If you’ve already started hearing the details about a query (e.g. you’ve been listening to the steps of a tutorial) try saying “OK Google, repeat”. You can also see a text version of the step-by-step in your Google Assistant app in the ‘Home’ section. All Things Hair will also email you the steps—just check your inbox.

Yes. All Things Hair will remember what step you’re on, so at any time you can stop the Action (“OK Google, stop”) and resume later, by saying “OK Google, resume All Things Hair.”

You can stop the All Things Hair Action at any time by saying “OK Google, stop.”

Try saying “OK Google, help” while using the Action. But remember, All Things Hair will also send you the article details.

Make sure you’ve spelt ‘All Things Hair’ correctly and auto-correct hasn’t done anything wacky!
Also, currently All Things Hair is only available in the US, so you need to be logged into a US Google account (or on play.google.com) to see it.

We need your email address so that we can send you the articles you choose via email.

Make sure you have your account linked and verified. Find the All Things Hair Action on the Google Assistant App and ensure you have your account linked (i.e. you’ve submitted your email address and details.If you already have your account linked, make sure you’ve verified your account by clicking the link in the verification email.

First, check the spam or junk folder of the email account you entered. If it’s still not there within 15 minutes of submitting your details, disable the Action in the App store and re-enable.
When you re-enter your details, make sure your email info is accurate.

Yes, absolutely! Just scroll up and follow the ‘Get the Action’ instructions.

Say “OK Google, ask All Things Hair to turn emails on”. If you’re still not receiving emails, try disabling and re-enabling your app, taking care to link & verify your account.

To stop receiving articles via email, just say: “OK Google, ask All Things Hair to turn emails off.”
Alternatively, you can unsubscribe directly from the unsubscribe link in the article email.

To re-enable emails, just say: “OK Google, ask All Things Hair to turn emails on.”

This would make us very sad. Just head to the ‘My Actions’ section of your Google Assistant App (assistant.google.com), click on the All Things Hair Action and click ‘Unlink Action’.If you’ve got some feedback for us, please send us an email at Voice.Google@unilever.com with the subject ‘All Things Hair Action User Feedback’.

We carefully curate our content from our lovely All Things Hair editors who are full of expert hair tips, tricks and inspiring styles.

How does it Work?

We’ve asked our editors Eunice Lucero and Alyssa François to show you how to use the app to get the look and advice you want. Check it out below:

Let’s Chat.

If you already have a Amazon Alexa at home or on your phone, enabling the Skill is a quick and easy process. Just follow these three steps:

  1. Search “All Things Hair” on Amazon Alexa, or click the button below.
  2. Click “Try it
  3. Start interacting by saying, “Alexa, open All Things Hair.

That’s it!


Get the Skill on Amazon Alexa

And please—let us know how we did.

The best part about getting vocal? We get to have an honest conversation with you, our trusted readers. We’ve worked tirelessly to get you the first-ever voice assist hair advisor on the market, and rest assured we want to make your experience as smooth as possible. Please tell us what you think about the app with some feedback and do let us know how we can improve! The best way to do it is with some stars ★★★★★

Have a great hair day!

two woman sat in front of a mirror styling their hair with an amazon alexa device
Never have a bad hair day again with the All Things Hair skill on Amazon Alexa

Frequently Asked Questions

After you’ve finished enabling the Skill, you can start interacting with All Things Hair by saying
“Alexa, open All Things Hair.”

Explore using 3 key features to get the answer you want. Try using these examples:
“Alexa, ask All Things Hair how to do a fishtail braid.”
“Alexa, ask All Things Hair how to do a messy bun.”
“Alexa, ask All Things Hair about dandruff.”
“Alexa, ask All Things Hair for a hairstyle for a wedding.”
“Alexa, ask All Things hair for short hair look.”
“Alexa, ask All Things Hair for the hairstyle of today.”

First, ensure you’ve got the All Things Hair Skill enabled on your Amazon Alexa app (scroll up to see how to enable All Things Hair) and that you’ve verified your account. Then, stay close to your Amazon Echo, Dot or Show, and clearly say “Alexa, open All Things Hair.”
If your wake word is “Amazon” or “Echo” instead of “Alexa,” adjust your commands accordingly.

If All Things Hair has multiple hairstyles suitable for you, you can skip to the next hairstyle suggestion by saying “Alexa, next.”

If you’ve already started hearing the details about a query (e.g. you’ve been listening to the steps of a tutorial) try saying “Alexa, repeat.”
You can also see a text version of the step-by-step in your Amazon Alexa app in the ‘Home’ section.
All Things Hair will also email you the steps—just check your inbox.

Alexa will remember what you were following if you come back up to a day later, just re-open All Things Hair to pick up from where you left off. You can also view the details in the email that All Things Hair will send when you decide to hear the information.
You can print this email. You can turn emails on and off by saying: “Alexa, ask All Things Hair to turn emails on/off.” The article will also be available on your Alexa App in the form of a card on your Home screen.

Yes! As Alexa will always remember what styling step you’re at, you can stop the All Things Hair Skill at any time to resume your music, and then just re-open All Things Hair later when you’re ready for the next step.

Yes. All Things Hair will remember what step you’re at, so at any time you can stop the skill (“Alexa, stop”) and resume later, by saying “Alexa, resume All Things Hair.”

You can stop the All Things Hair Skill at any time by saying: “Alexa, stop.”

Try saying “Alexa, help” whilst using the Skill. But remember, All Things Hair will also send you the article details.

Make sure you’ve spelt ‘All Things Hair’ correctly and auto-correct hasn’t done anything wacky!
Also, currently All Things Hair is only available in the US, so you need to be logged into a US Amazon account (or on Amazon.com) to see it.

We need your email address so that we can send you the articles you choose via email.

Make sure you have your account linked & verified. Find the All Things Hair Skill on the Alexa App and ensure you have your account linked (i.e. you’ve submitted your email address and details).If you already have your account linked, make sure you’ve verified your account by clicking the link in the verification email.

First, check the spam or junk folder of the email account you entered. If it’s still not there within 15
minutes
of submitting your details, disable the Skill in the Skill store and re-enable.
When you re-enter your details, pay extra care to the correct spelling of your email address.

Yes, absolutely! Just scroll up & following the ‘Enable Skill’ instructions.

Say “Alexa, ask All Things Hair to turn emails on.” If you’re still not receiving emails, try disabling and re-enabling your skill, taking care to link & verify your account.

To stop receiving articles via email, just say: “Alexa, ask All Things Hair to turn emails off.”
Alternatively, you can unsubscribe directly from the unsubscribe link in the article email.

To re-enable emails, just say: “Alexa, ask All Things Hair to turn emails on.”

This would make us very sad. Just head to the Alexa Skill Store and click ‘Disable Skill’ on the All
Things Hair Skill page.If you’ve got some feedback for us, please send us an email at Voice.Alexa@unilever.com with the subject ‘All Things Hair Skill User Feedback’.

We carefully curate our content from our lovely All Things Hair editors who are full of expert hair tips, tricks and inspiring styles.