In a recent post on Twitter, @harpie, an expert in the hair industry, explained how to get involved with the Hair Lab feasibility study.
Hair lab research is the study of hair technology, including the science behind how and why we use it, to create the hair that we wear.
It’s the first step in hair growth, and the first and most crucial step in a woman’s life, according to @hortemartin, a hair stylist and founder of the HairLab website.
“The goal of the project is to develop an affordable and effective technology that will allow the Hairlab to help women of all shapes and sizes to achieve the look they want without compromising their health, weight, or appearance,” he wrote.
“Hair Lab’s technology has been used to improve hair products from haircare to nail treatments, hair treatments, and even for hair replacement.
The HairLab technology is used by thousands of women across the world and we’re looking to expand the scope of its application.”
Harpie’s post was the third to mention the Hair Labs on Twitter.
“For many years, we have been working on hair growth research in hopes of bringing the hair science of hair to the masses,” @harmie said.
“We have also been developing our own hair growth technology, which we hope to begin testing in the near future.
In the meantime, we’re working to get HairLab ready to roll out in the US, Europe, and Asia as soon as possible.”
Harmie also mentioned the HairLabs online tool, which is currently in beta.
The HairLab has an early funding goal of $3.2 million, but it’s unclear if the Hair labs funding will be enough to expand their reach.
HairLab, founded by the entrepreneur and entrepreneur husband-and-wife team @HortemARTIN and @hospirithehair, was founded in 2015 and has been funded by investors including Twitter founder Jack Dorsey and venture capital firm Founders Fund.
Harpies post also mentioned that the Hair lab will be in touch with the US Department of Health and Human Services, which oversees federal grants for hair products.
“With the Hair Laboratory and the Hairtech Lab coming together in one place, we are planning to be in close contact with the Department of Agriculture to get a grant application filed, and we will keep you updated on progress,” @Harpy wrote.