According to Merriam-Webster, a trichologist is "a person who specializes in hair and scalp care and treatment of associated conditions." More and more stylists and salon owners are familiarizing themselves with Trichology because it is so important, especially if you are working with hair and looking at people's scalps all day. Cosmetology school teaches stylists plenty about hair but not enough about the scalp, and that's why studying Trichology is vital in being a hairstylist.
The Hair Society connected with Dr. Porter to get a more in-depth look at the rapidly advancing technology within the industry, her various training modules for hair professionals, and her thoughts on popular myths and products in the market.
In order to provide the best service possible, experienced stylists should be able to notice when their regular customers begin showing signs of hair loss or thinning.
Whether it’s because of the multiple lawsuits, friends in the program, or perhaps the more positive reactions, you’ve most likely heard of the American-based hair care company Monat. Founded in 2014, Monat operates through a multi-level marketing scheme.