Credible Sources for Hair Science?

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i know the feeling, and ive noticed th only thing you can do is please your own hair, i research everything before i put it in my hair, and with that i can see if its going to help what its going to do etc. for me thats been the only way i can find stuff out

my hair: 3c, high porosity, high density and coarse hair (i think i finally figured that all out)
my hair loves conditioner only styling!
my hair goal length is bra strap length when curly.

I also blog about my hair journey, please feel free to read and comment/ask questions http://www.naturallycurly.com/blogs/...air-blogs/2494
ACV rinses always make me feel like I'm a mad scientist conducting an experiment in the Curl Laboratories...with great results, may I add!

and +2 on The Natural Haven, JC is a treasure trove of knowledge....and while I agree that the science of hair may be in its infancy, she would definitely be one of its pioneers.

Hmm, I was going to post a quick reply to this thread, but the answer was getting sufficiently long that I decided it might warrant its own article. I will try to remember to come back and post a link to it, once it is up.

I will say this: don't underestimate the amount of time, money, and concerted scientific efforts being placed into the development of and understanding of hair care/cosmetic/personal care science. It is a longstanding, interdisciplinary field that is growing by leaps and bounds. However, it is wise to be critical of the source from which you are receiving information. Always view facts in light of your own experience as well.

Also, please feel free to contact me with questions regarding published articles or things on your mind - any time. I am sometimes slow to return communications, but will try to get back to you when I am able.

curlchemist at naturallycurly dot com
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Hmm, I was going to post a quick reply to this thread, but the answer was getting sufficiently long that I decided it might warrant its own article. I will try to remember to come back and post a link to it, once it is up.

I will say this: don't underestimate the amount of time, money, and concerted scientific efforts being placed into the development of and understanding of hair care/cosmetic/personal care science. It is a longstanding, interdisciplinary field that is growing by leaps and bounds. However, it is wise to be critical of the source from which you are receiving information. Always view facts in light of your own experience as well.

Also, please feel free to contact me with questions regarding published articles or things on your mind - any time. I am sometimes slow to return communications, but will try to get back to you when I am able.

curlchemist at naturallycurly dot com
Originally Posted by Swirlycurly Chemist
I just want o take this opportunity to say I love your articles. They are very informative and helpful. I think they are a must read for anyone who is interested in wavy/curly/kinky-tightly coiled hair.
http://pedaheh.blogspot.com/ (a blog to help new wavies, go to the how do I get started page)
2a (nc.com) 2bFi (Fia), very fine, thin, low/normal elasticity, porous, CG, doesn't get weighed down
Cowash: Tresemme naturals
Rinse out/leave in: Renpure Organics (red)
Curl enhancer: FSG
Gel: BRHG, Salon care aloe, Ecostyler Krystal (normal dews)
PT: ION effective care, IAgirl's gelatin PT
Low Poo: renpure (red), Ion swimmers

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