KeraFiber Hair Building Fibres are made using a natural organic protein (the same protein that our hair is made of,) which intertwine with your natural hair and bond securely with the use of static electricity. All you have to do is shake on the fibers to the base of your scalp, wherever they're needed, and set with the hold spray to keep them in place. The fibres are extremely fine and are available in nine different colours to ensure they're as natural (and as invisible,) as possible - they're completely undetectable once you apply them. There's no stickiness or heaviness on the head, just added volume and a subtle hit of colour that gives the illusion of a thicker head of hair. (Have a look at the incredible 'before and after' pictures on their website which show off this product far better than I ever could...)
I've been trying the Auburn fibres and they're great for adding extra 'voom' when I need it most. They're so easy to apply and don't even cause a mess, making them perfect for using daily or even just on nights out when you want to create the illusion of Kim Kardashian hair. The Fiber Hold Spray is light too, meaning you don't even have to adjust your usual styling routine or product portfolio. Unlike a lot of other volume dusts that simply create volume through sticky fibres that actually just cause a mess, the KeraFiber fibres provide a simple solution that can be easily integrated into our routines. To remove the fibres you simply wash them away (there's also a handy shampoo and conditioner for extra care within the KeraFiber range) and re-apply when you next style. Simple.
If you want to give them a go then I've got a 6 month supply to give away to one lucky person. The prize consists of three bottles of the KeraFibre fibers of your choice, plus a Hold Spray, shampoo and conditioner to maintain your newly voluminous hair. Worth £115.70, this is definitely a prize
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