Hair Fibers

Hair fibers is a product intended for those who suffer from alopecia or baldness. Its main function is to make sure that they camouflage that pattern of baldness that they have in their hair. Actually, these hair fibers are intended for both men and women, as baldness is for both. They are made from a protein known as keratin, which is the same protein found in real hair. When applied, these hair fibers adhere to the natural hair on the head, causing the bald areas to be covered. It is because of their function that they are known as concealer or hair camouflage.

The hair fibers are precision cut lightly and small and then go through an electrostatic energizing process. once they come into contact they are attracted to the hair shafts therefore fine hair appears many times fuller and darker because thousands of small fibers cling to the hair and appears thicker. a great idea, but at the same time so simple and safe.

What are hair fibers?

These fantastic little hair fibers are made from the same protein that exists in hair and already calls your scalp home. That protein is called keratin, and we use the highest grade in our products. What adds to the effectiveness of these fibers is that they have a secret power. Each of them has a strong charge of natural static electricity.

A quick aesthetic solution

For a change, static electricity can be a good thing for your hair. Especially if the hair on your head is thinning. We know that you're probably thinking about the last time your hair stood out, and you didn't think it was just the right look for you. Well, what we're talking about will definitely make your hair stand out ... and show.

How do hair fibers work?

The tiny strands of keratin protein are available in a wide variety of colors. All you have to do is find the one that most closely matches your natural hair color. Then when you're done styling your hair, shake or spray the hair fibers underneath the blemishes you're trying to reinforce, and you look fuller than today. Static electricity does the rest.

What makes this whole process so easy to do is that there is no need for any kind of goop. They are gels or creams or any other viscous liquid that would be needed to hold the hair fibers in place. Because they are so small and come loaded with a strong electrical charge, they will stay right where you put them. They will even stay in place if you lead an active lifestyle.

What materials exist?

Hair loss concealers consist of natural or unnatural fibers that can affect the realism of your hair after applying the concealer.

Keratin fibers

Keratin is another type of fiber that is commonly found in hair loss correctors and effectively covers bald and thinning areas without irritating the scalp. We all have keratin in our body; It is the type of protein that makes up our skin, hair and nails, but you will also find it in the internal organs and glands. Perhaps most importantly, at least for the purposes of this article, is that keratin is the structural component of hair.

Natural human hair fibers

Most experts agree that the best hair fibers used in concealers are those made from natural human hair. They are safe to use and successfully cover bald spots and thinning hair. In short, there is nothing more natural.

Cotton fibers

The cotton fibers that are used in hair loss correctors are usually Moroccan cotton. These fibers easily adhere to hair and scalp and help create the look of a full head of hair you desire. However, keep in mind that cotton fiber does not adhere as well to existing hair as human hair or keratin fibers, and is more effective when used in bald patches.

Wool fibers

Even animal fiber, like wool fiber, is used in hair concealers. Because the structure of animal hair differs from ours, wool fiber does not fit all hair types and can cause allergies or scalp irritations. That's something to be aware of, although side effects are not that common, and you'll find wool derivatives in various high-quality concealer brands.

Tips to consider when thinking about keratin fibers for hair

Use some fixative

For the fibers to adhere well, consider using a fiber fixative spray. This will ensure that the fibers are firmly attached to the hair so that they cannot be easily cleaned, even after running a comb over your head.

Always apply dry

Before applying the fibers, it is important to make sure that the hair is dry. Conversely, applying hair fibers to damp hair can make them lumpy.

Make sure they adhere properly

Don't worry if your hair is thin in nature. The fibers will stick to it due to the magnetic effect caused by static charges. This means that applying the fibers will make thin hair appear thicker than normal.

Beware of humidity and water

In fact, water or moisture are not friends with any hair product. Water is capable of washing hair fibers. This means that you must be careful. If you are required to do some difficult exercises, be sure to use a hold spray so that you can delay the washing process.

Distribute them evenly

One tip is not to spread the fibers evenly over the head, instead focus them on the part that is bald.

Choose the color well

The total number of colors available is nine. The appropriate color is the one that matches the color of your hair. There is no problem in mixing two colors, as it will give better results. Also, if more than one color is applied, start with the dark one to serve as a base, and then follow the lighter ones.

Right amount

Better results are obtained when not too much fiber is applied. A small amount is enough to get the best results. Too much of it could make people discover that it is not natural. In short, a number of fibers that you require are purely your preference, the color and condition of your hair. With patience, practice, and experience, you can determine the correct amount you need. To accomplish this, first start with small amounts, and then keep increasing until you finally find the correct amount. Other than that, it is better to apply the fibers in layers rather than in one go. First, apply some fibers and use your fingers to try to extend them. Alternatively, you can use a thick brush slightly to spread it out. Check if it's enough or if a few more layers are needed.

Who can use them?

Guys, if your hair has pushed you to the place where you are resorting to that nasty and somewhat ineffective looking comb, hair fibers are your answer. Ladies, if you have thin hair or your hair is falling out, this product will be useful for you. Hair fibers are also great for people recovering from chemotherapy or other hair loss problems.

More about keratin fibers ...

Hair fibers work in seconds giving your hair the appearance of being thicker and fuller because they quickly adhere to the surface of individual hair follicles. It doesn't matter what type of hair you have, straight, curly, frizzy or thin. Fibers will work with all hair types and they will blend naturally and won't even look unusual, not even up close.

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