I have always had thinner hair, it seems to be a genetic trait that's been passed on. I have to use specific shampoos otherwise my hair falls out! So when I heard about Focus Hair Fibers naturally making your hair look fuller and covering the balding spots, I knew I had to try it! Especially after watching the below video on how well it worked!!
I received Focus Hair fibers in the color Light Brown, to match my hair type. The powder itself appears to have a bronze tone to it, which matches the ends of my hair more then the top, but the color match seemed to blend well. I followed through with the instructions: holding Focus Fibers 4-5 inches above the head and shake a small quantity of the fibers in the bald or thinning spots, style hair as desired, and use hair spray, to lock in the fibers. I used Pantene's Hair Spray, because the site said any hair spray would work, and the Focus Fiber Hold Spray was not included for this review. I did everything as said, but Focus Hair Building Fibers seemed to not really work for me! :( It seems to have somewhat dyed my scalp-which came right out in a wash- but I didn't notice any extra hair look. That bummed me because I was really hoping it would work and I would finally have a fix to that thin looking part line. The only thing I noticed (other then the scalp coloring) was my hair felt slightly thicker...but I think that actually came from just the hairspray alone :/ I tried this 2 different times on 2 different occasions and had the same turnout.
Here are my before and after pictures.. What do you think?
I admit the photo on the right does look better then the left but that could be because my hair was recently combed ;) Anyway, it was still fun to try. I will continue testing this product out. I'm hoping I just did it wrong somehow and it will magically grow in hair like the results of the people below!
*UPDATE: After writing this post, I decided to try focus fibers out again. This time I noticed more of a difference and I think I figured out the reason. I wasn't using enough the first time around. I sprinkled in a bit more then previous times and it looked slightly thicker. The part is still there, naturally, but it doesn't show my scalp as much...So when the instructions say a small quantity, it just might mean generous sprinkling as needed. My end result is still not like the photos above,
but at least it finally did something :)
Some good things about Focus Hair Building Fibers is that they are made with pure Organic Keratin fibers. They are Silica Free with zero animal content, and are natural free from synthetic dyes. It also works well with all hair loss treatments and it is safe to use after hair transplants.
Focus Hair Building fibers are available in 8 different colors to suit your desirable hair match.
You can find more information on Focus Fibers at http://focushaircare.com/
Where they also sell shampoos & conditioners and many other hair building products.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.