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Old 11-14-2011, 03:34 PM   #15
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Sure there is hair science. IAGirl is an actual scientist and that chick has unraveled MANY a hair and ingredient mystery for me. She has a wonderful blog as well.
If you're talking trichology (as someone just mentioned), yes, but it's limited in scope. Trichology is most often used in medical/health contexts (especially in forensics). Trichology addresses hair and scalp health as a general rule, but as for cosmetological concerns, which involve a lot of aesthetic concerns, there isn't a formally labeled and universally applicable "hair science" a person can turn to for objective answers.

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