A thick, full beard is a powerful symbol of masculinity. While most men can grow a bit of facial hair, not all of them can pull off the full beard.
We all know how frustrating is if your beard grows in partial and patchy.
You can’t change your genetics, that’s a cruel fact, but you can still fix things up and look your best.
In this article, we’ll look at how to make a patchy beard look thick and full. This simple hack works like charm within seconds.
For men who are trying to grow a beard, Toppik Building Fibres are an awesome product. They are instantly filling in the empty spaces and give you the look of a thicker, fuller beard.
How Do Hair Building Fibres Work?
Hair building fibers are made of natural, colored Keratin protein, the same type of protein found in real hair, which makes it look completely natural and undetectable.
These natural Keratin fibers have an innate static charge that ensures they adhere to any type of hair. The best part! These fibers are nearly identical to human hair and can resist wind, rain, and perspiration but you can remove it easily with shampoo.
How To Apply Hair Building Fibres
The Toppik Building Fibres are so easy to apply.
Note: Before applying the fibers, it is important to make sure that the hair is dry. Applying this product to wet hair can cause them to be lumpy.
To precisely put the fibers onto your skin, you should use the Spray Applicator. This product makes it easier to disperse the fibers uniformly, so they look even more natural.
Be careful about how much product you are applying, your beard should look as natural as possible. Just a small amount is sufficient to deliver the best results.
You can also use the Hairline Optimizer, a uniquely designed tool with irregular teeth to help you mimic a natural hairline when applying Toppik Hair Fibers.
Which Color Of The Hair Fiber Is The Best?
The total colors available are nine, at least for Toppik. You need to choose the color which matches the color of your hair or beard. There is no problem in mixing two colors, as it will give out better results.
Also, if you are applying more than one color, start with the dark one to act as a base, then followed by the lighter ones.
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