Listen Now to Learn the Fascinating Science of Hair
Why not put on your favorite hair mask, slip into your coziest robe, and catch up on season two of The Science of Beauty? This time around, we're tackling hair, and each episode is positively brimming with expert advice on all things up-there, from the history of hair dye and the causes behind frizz, to the root (get it?) of scalp dandruff and the taboo topic of genetic hair loss.
Whether you're looking for expert-informed advice or simply want some fun facts to share at your next (Zoom) dinner party, scroll down for all the latest episodes of The Science of Beauty. Not sure what to listen to first? Just click on the first title that catches your eye. No matter which you choose, you're bound to learn something new.
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We go to battle with a universal enemy: frizz. Join us — along with cosmetic chemist Erica Douglas — as we dive deep into what causes frizz and how to prevent it, plus the frizz-fighters we should all add to our arsenal.
We cover the topic holding this whole season together: our scalps. Joined by guest Dr. Rolanda Wilkerson, principal scientist for Head & Shoulders, we get to the root of dandruff, dryness, and every other scalp issue imaginable.
After reviewing the colorful — pun very-much intended — history of hair dye, we team up with cosmetic chemist Dr. Anne Wagner to answer all your burning (well, hopefully not burning) questions about coloring your hair.