7 Tips for using Hair Fiber

Tip 1. Apply the hair fibers to dry hair

The hair fibers adhere to the existing hair by means of static electricity. For optimum adhesion to the hair, it is recommended to apply the hair fibers when the hair is completely dry. Moreover, the fibers may become lumpy when applied to wet hair.

When you want to use gel, apply it before using the hair fibers, style the hair and let the gel dry up well. Gel makes it harder for the hair fibers to adhere properly. Gel makes the hairs stick together, making less hair available for the hair fibers to adhere to. For best results, using a gel is therefore not advisable.

For better adhesion and fixation of the hair, we recommend to use fiber hold spray. The spray binds the hair fibers to the hair, without them being wiped off when applying. Moreover, the spray will fixate the hair, helping to retain the styling.

Tip 2. Choose the right color

Hair fibers are available in 9 natural colors. Choose the color that suits your hair color best. To approach your hair color even better, you can also mix 2 colors. Do you have dark blond hair? Try the colors medium blond and light brown and combine these two.

Apply the colors one by one, first the dark color as a base, followed by the lighter color. This way, you will achieve the best result.

Computer screens may distort the color tones. Therefore you should make sure that the computer has the proper color settings so you can choose the right color.

Tip 3. Consider the fact that the fibers must be able to adhere

The fibers adhere to the existing hair by means of static electricity, no matter how thin the hairs may be. Even the thinnest hairs may therefore become thicker due to the fibers. The fibers are not so much at their best when they are only spread across the scalp to cover it like that. Although it is not a problem when fibers end up on the scalp. Sometimes in videos, it will look like someone who has a bald spot, it is covered entirely after the use of the fibers, but this is simply due to there still being very thin hairs available for the fibers to adhere to.

Applying to crew cut hair 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 effect as a result

Tip 4. Apply the right amount

For natural looking results, it is recommended to not apply too many hair fibers. A small account is usually enough to give a good effect. If you apply too many, it may start looking unnatural.

How many fibers are necessary is personal and depends on your preferences, hair condition, color etc. Finding the right amount to use requires some experience, patience and practice. It is easier to achieve a natural result by using fewer fibers rather than more. That’s why you should start with small amounts and then proceed to experiment with applying hair fibers when you desire a stronger effect.

Also, you should preferably apply the hair fibers in layers, in several ‘stages’, rather than applying a lot in one go. Apply a layer, pat with your fingers onto the hair to spread out the fibers or brush the hair very lightly and superficially with a coarse brush. Determine whether you will need more fibers and then possibly apply some more. Repeat this until you are happy with the result.

Optionally, the fibers can be fixated in between by using fiber hold spray for extra strong adhesion. Do make sure that the spray is completely dry before applying the next ‘layer’.

Tip 5. Use the fiber hold spray for added security

Hair fibers adhere to your own hair very well. To improve this, in order to make sure the hair fibers last longer, you can use hair fiber hold spray

Hair fibers adhere to your own hair very well. To improve this, in order to make sure the hair fibers last longer, you can use fiber hold spray.

The fiber hold spray is a fine mist specifically formulated to increase the bond between the keratin hair building fibers and your own hair, ensuring longer-lasting results. Furthermore, naturally derived ingredients, like vitamin B5, soften and condition both hair and fibers optimally for a completely natural appearance.

It also applies to the fiber hold spray that you must try and see what amount gives the best results. Too little gives too little fixation, with too much the fibers may clump together, become heavy and fall onto the scalp.

When the spray has dried, you may brush your hair for a softer style while the spray retains its strength

The fiber hold spray is a fine mist specifically formulated to increase the bond between the keratin hair building fibers and your own hair, ensuring longer-lasting results. Furthermore, naturally derived ingredients, like vitamin B5, soften and condition both hair and fibers optimally for a completely natural appearance.

It also applies to the fiber hold spray that you must try and see what amount gives the best results. Too little gives too little fixation, with too much the fibers may clump together, become heavy and fall onto the scalp.

When the spray has dried, you may brush your hair for a softer style while the spray retains its strength

Tip 6. Be careful with water and moisture

Just like a hair styling product, water is not good for it. A shower, heavy rain and a dive in the pool can wash the hair fibers away. Are you planning to do strenuous exercise? Rinse the hair fibers in advance. The fixative spray may delay this effect, but the spray will also be rinsed out with water

Tip 7. Wash your hair with a hair growth shampoo and/or thickening shampoo

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 shampoo. And that is not all, it nourishes your hair, cares for your hair and can stimulate hair growth. For the best possible result, use both a nourishing shampoo and a thickening shampoo. You will notice that your hair will start looking better and fuller and eventually you will need to use less hair fibers to camouflage the hair loss

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