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Instant Coverage With Hair Fibers

Instant Coverage With Hair Fibers

Hair fibers are great at concealing thinning hair. The hair fibers are made of the same protein as real hair - keratin. These keratin hair fibers will adhere to your existing hair creating a more fuller hair density and hair loss will instantly disappear.

Essential Information for Using Hair Fibers

Using hair fibers will immediately improve the look of thinning hair and hair loss, but it will take some practice in order to style the hair properly and to make the thinner areas appear more fuller. We have put together some tips and tricks so you will be able to get the most out of using hair fibers.

1. Apply the hair fibers to dry hair

Hair fibers adhere to existing hair by means of static electricity. For the best results it is recommended to apply the hair fibers to completely dry, otherwise the fibers may become lumpy if applied to wet hair.

If you choose to use styling products, allow them to completely dry before applying the hair fibers. Styling products will make it harder for the hair fibers to adhere properly as gel, paste and wax styling products stick the hair together, making less hair available for the hair fibers to adhere to. For optimum results, it is advisable to not use hair styling products.

For better adhesion and fixation of the hair, we recommend using a hair spray after applying the hair fibers. The hair spray will help hold the hair fibers to the hair.

2. Choose the right colour

Hair fibers are available in a variety of colours. Choose the colour that suits your hair colour best. To match your hair colour even better, you can mix 2 colours together to help achieve the best colour match. Do you have dark blonde hair? Try mixing the colours medium blonde and light brown together.

Apply the colours one by one, first the dark colour as a base, followed by the lighter colour. This way, you will achieve the best colour match.

3. Hair fibers need to adhere to hair

The fibers adhere to the existing hair by means of static electricity, no matter how thin the hairs are. Even the thinnest of hairs become thicker due to the fibers, however you need to be aware that the hair fibers do not look as natural when they are only spread across the scalp to cover balding areas.

Applying to very short hairstyles can also be tricky. It will be harder for the fibers to adhere and the fibers will actually end up directly on the scalp, giving a less natural appearance.

4. Applying the correct amount

For the most natural looking appearance, it is recommended to not apply too many hair fibers. How many hair fibers needed all depends on the individual and the state of their own unique areas of thinning hair. Always apply a small amount of fibers to the hair first and then add more as required.

5. Using a hair fiber applicator

The spray applicator is an attachment for the hair fiber bottles that evenly disperses the fibers for a smoother, more natural looking application. It allows you to easily target specific thinning areas on your scalp.

This specially designed applicator provides an air tight seal, protecting the fibers from moisture and clumping.

6. Using a hair spray

Hair fibers adhere to your own hair very well. For a stronger hold, using a hair spray will enable an increase in the bond between the keratin hair building fibers and your own hair, ensuring longer lasting results.

7. Be aware of water and moisture

A shower, heavy rain and a swim in the pool will wash the hair fibers away. Also be aware of sweating excessively such as that of strenuous exercise as this could make the hair fibers disperse away from the hair.

8. Always use a hair loss shampoo and hair growth conditioner

Healthy hair of your own is of course the basis for applying hair fibers. That is why it is important to wash your hair with an effective hair loss shampoo and hair growth conditioner. You will notice that your hair will start looking better and fuller and eventually you will need to use less hair fibers to conceal the hair loss.