Trichology’s chemical attraction

“It’s an amazing, content-rich Course, and it’s delivered by excellent professionals” Fatima Mahmoud, qualified Trichologist A career in trichology attracts a wide variety professionals. Fatima Muhmoud built her trichology qualification on a Masters degree in Industrial Pharmaceutical Science. Fatima’s story is a great example of how a wide variety of professional people are now being […]

Qualification quality is essential

“It ticked all the boxes for me. I’ve gained several professional accreditations in my career, and I know how important it is to have that external mark of quality to help develop my practice, build the trust of my clients and extend my professional partnerships.” Experience helped recently qualified Trichologist Liz Cowan select TrichoCare for […]

Trichology in the United Arab Emirates

Current International Student: Natalie Scott “Because I’m studying from outside the UK, the online sessions are particularly helpful, and it’s also important to me that I can contact someone when I’ve got a question or want advice. And I’ve always found that Keith is there to help. He’s amazingly easy to talk to, keeps me […]

Be inspired: Natalie Denham

The passion behind Natalie’s drive to become a trichologist comes from a deeply personal place. Natalie worked as a salon stylist until her career was cut short by the onset of PTSD. The strain caused her to suffer significant hair loss, which only added to her stress and anxiety. She had no idea why she […]

Case Study: Kimberley Griffith – Sussex

Kimberley Griffith has always had a passion for hairdressing. She studied Nutritional Medicine at university, but then decided to combine her passion for hair with the knowledge she’d gained from her studies to pursue a career as a hair professional. Kimberley is ambitious to build on her knowledge and skills in order to advance her […]

Freelancers gain a new organisation to represent their interests

The old Freelance Hair and Beauty Association (FHBA) went into liquidation last year. This left freelance professionals without a voice in the wider industry. Now the new Freelance Hairdressers’ Association (FHA) has been launched to fill the gap. The objectives of the FHA will be to maintain standards within the industry, promote training and personal […]