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Hair Thickening Fibres and Other Types of Hair Loss Concealer

The proper use of hair fibres to conceal hair thinning problem.

Right now, we have an observable resurgence on the popular use of hair thickening fibres. They are a qualified hair loss concealer and the material contained within each bottle intertwines with the existing hair strands of the user. This explains the reason why using such a product will give you thicker hair in an instant. However, since hair building fibres work need to attach themselves to a hair strand, it will not work on a completely bald area. The absence of a hair strand only means to say that the hair fibres will not latch on anything but will just land on your scalp. If that is the case, it will just eventually fall off your shoulder.

Hair building fibers are negatively charged particles, which is the reason why they easily adhere to remaining hair shafts which are positively charged. The negative charge in which these hair building fibres come in Hence, you don’t need to make use of artificial hair sprays just to make them stay on your head for longer. These hair thickening fibres will stay on your head and are not bound to fall off easily, not unless you intentionally wash them off when you shower at night. 

Different  Kinds of Hair Building Fibers

Hair thickening fibres may come in several types and forms. We can divide them into two classifications. One is a liquid type of hair loss concealer, and the second would the power-based hair loss concealer.

  • Dry hair loss concealers:

The more popular product between these two is the dry variant for hair loss concealer. It is preferred by more users when compared to its liquid-type counterparts.  

  • Liquid hair loss concealers:

This type of hair fibres comes in 3 different forms. There are gel types, creme form and water-based. You will find water-based hair loss concealers in small spray bottles. As for the creme type or gel form, they are usually found in packets or tubes.

Known Issues

Loyal users of liquid-type hair loss concealers have to complain about its removal at the end of the day. Users are asserting that it is not easy to come off and for this reason, many fear that it may even induce a more pronounced hair loss in the long run.

How to Use Hair Loss Concealer Products?

The application of powder or dry type of hair loss concealer is fairly simple and easy. Depending on the current thickness level of hair in the affected area, you sprinkle them over the existing hair. Since they are negatively charged, they instantly intertwine with the existing hair shafts. This makes the affected area looks like it has a restored volume of hair. The hair building fibers will make the remaining hair in the area look a lot thicker and with more volume.

As for the water-based type of hair fibres, they are usually packed in spray bottles. They are also convenient to use since you will just have to spray the solution over the heavily affected area of your head, and in no time you will visible results. Right after you apply the product, it will be very obvious to see the affected area will look more voluminous in a jiffy.

  
But things are pretty much different when it comes to gel-type or cream-based hair thickener. Applying this type of hair building product is tougher. Application for this type will require you to make use of a hairbrush or your hands for more even distribution of the product in affected areas. Aside from which, setting the product in place on your hair and setting your hair right will take a good amount of time to finish.