● Hair Trix for Cool Chix: The Real Girl’s Guide to Great Hair and Kids Talk Hair: An Instruction Book for Grown-Ups & Kids.
● It’s True! Your Hair Is Dead “Tease your friends with tangled tales and hair raising facts.” A comprehensive guide to hair, including facts about baldness, friziness, hairballs, and beards.
● The Natural Beauty Book Get some great ideas about natural hair treatments in this fun to read book by the fun people at Klutz publishing.
● Girl in a Fix: Quick Beauty Solutions (and Why They Work). The “why they work” parts in this book explain the chemistry behind some hair treatments.
● The Science of Hair Care. It’s said that this book is, “The most comprehensive source on the subject.” A very good book that will answer any specific question you may have. It goes into detail about the structure of hair.
● Hair Structure and Chemistry A textbook. Explains hair composition and what chemical changes take place in the hair for coloring and perming. You’ll learn what chemicals make up each product and how they work with the hair.
● L’Oréal invites you to discover for yourself the human hair inner structure by taking over the controls of three-dimensional models of the hair follicle. A fantastic source of information! The player for this 3D demonstration has to be installed on your computer, but I encourage you to get permission from an adult, then take the time to download and view this cool interactive resource.
● How Stuff Works explains how hair coloring works, with text, pictures and videos.
● Webmd offers lots of information on hair. The article is directed to those suffering from hair loss, but the basic hair information is very helpful.
● Hair Color Chemistry – Bleaching & Dyeing offers more good basics to help you understand the chemistry behind hair.
● Salonweb will give you basic information about conditioners and other hair products, as well as some ideas for different variables for your experiment.