How Do Hair Fibers Work?
Ever wonder how do hair fibers work? Well you’re not the first! Our goal with this article is to explain it plain and simple!
What are hair fibers?
Hair fibers are made up of keratin, the same protein that human hair is made up of. Plants are usually the source of this keratin protein for hair fiber use. Hair fibers are essentially small pieces of fiber that are meant to stick to your existing hair to give the appearance of thicker hair.
So how do hair fibers work?
How do they work?
Revive hair fibers work by attaching to your existing hair. This process conceals hair thinning when the hair fibers blend naturally with your hair and its color.
Human hair has a high positive electric charge to it. So we treat our hair fibers with a negative electric charge to counter this. This works based off the basic law of attraction in magnetism. Since opposites attract, our hair fibers bind securely to existing hair.
That’s the secret to how hair fibers work.
What colors of hair fibers are there?
We then combine our hair fibers with natural ingredients to add color. Revive hair fibers come in a variety of 10 colors, so there’s bound to be one that works for you. You can also mix and match colors however you desire. If you’re applying more than 1 color, begin with the darker color to work as a foundation, then follow with the lighter tones.
How do you apply hair fibers?
Style your hair as you usually would, and be sure it is dry before application. Remove the top of your Revive bottle and begin shaking the bottle at 45 degrees over thinning areas you want covered. Gently pat your hair and blend Revive fibers in to ensure an even disbursement, you may add hair spray to secure fibers more if necessary. Close the bottle tightly and store away from moisture when not in use.
Now that you know how hair fibers work, you can get the most out of them in your daily routine! We would love to hear you share your experiences down below in the comments.
Here’s another look at hair fibers in action! See more on our Results page.