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Human Hair/Cosmetic Interactions Course Set for May 15-16

April 1, 2014

Moderated by TRI adjunct research fellow Dr. Trefor Evans, the Human Hair/Cosmetic Interactions Course will be an in-depth examination of the science of hair and hair care products. The course will be held May 15-16 in Princeton, NJ. The instructors approach the material from a fundamental perspective that offers students the opportunity to closely examine the basic structure of hair, of hair care products and interactions between the two. The style of this course is a unique approach, which provides researchers with the fundamental scientific principles important to the hair care industry. Participants will gain knowledge and understanding of the principles of hair and hair product interactions, thereby enhancing their skills for future research. Demonstrations will be used to provide an in-depth approach to explaining techniques.

The cost is $1,750. Multiple registration and member discounts are available.

More info: events@triprinceton.org
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