SureThik® fibers are incredibly easy to use, simply spray or shake the fibers over any area of thinning and watch thin spots instantly fade away. Once you’ve applied the fibers, they will be virtually undetectable, leaving you with nothing but thicker and fuller looking hair.
After washing your hair, air-dry or blow-dry your hair completely. SureThik® should be applied to dry hair.
There are 8 different colors to choose from. We find that for best coverage, select the same or one shade darker than your own hair.
Simply shake or spray the hair fibers over the areas of thinning. As you apply SureThik® to your scalp, – you will see bald patches and thinning hair fade away before your eyes!
After you are done applying SureThik® gently brush or pat down the fibers through your hair. The fibers disappear and blend in a completely undetectable manner. The final result is a totally natural looking full head of hair!
Use our SureThik® Holding Spray to give your hair some shine and to help lock in the fibers to ensure a finished look.
HOW DO SURETHIK FIBERS WORK?
SureThik® blends in and bonds electrostatically with your existing hair, dramatically building up hair structure and volume. The exclusive lightweight formula doesn’t fall to the scalp. It attaches to your existing hair follicles to provide immediate coverage and instantly fuller hair. SureThik’s proprietary formula locks in the color so it’s guaranteed not to smear, run or clump. Once you’ve applied the fibers, they will be virtually undetectable, leaving you with nothing but thicker and fuller looking hair.
APPLYING FIBERS WITH THE GRAVITY-FED APPLICATOR:
Check the following video to learn how to install the gravity-fed Applicator.
• More controlled, precise application. Ideal to create a natural hairline with the
included hairline tool
• Mess-free application: avoid your fibers flying everywhere applying them only
where you want them
• 3 included nozzles for a custom application
• Less waste, make your bottles last longer
• Consistent flow down to the last fiber in the bottle