Hair Thickening Fibers
Choose between a 1-minute treatment or sealed ends leave-in. Valued at $21.95.
Cover thinning hair instantly with keratin fibers by using Bosley Hair Thickening Fibers.
Bosley Professional Hair Thickening Fibers blend with your natural hair to cover thinning and low-density areas for hair thats instantly thicker and fuller.
Keratin fibers are a key structural component of your hair and nails. Charged with static electricity, they intertwine and bond with your own hair to cover up fine and thin areas.
Easy to apply, they are perfect for a cover-up between colour treatments and you simply shampoo your hair to remove.
Keratin, Cetrimonium Chloride, Silica, DMDM Hydantoin, Iron Oxides; May contain FD&C Yellow No.6, FD&C Yellow No.5, D&C Red No.22, D&C Red No. 33, FD&C Blue No.1, D&C Green No.5, FD&C Green No.3, D&C Green No.6, D&C Orange No.4, BCC12-Base.
What it is:
Keratin Hair Fibers that blend and cover thinning and low-density areas of hair for instant Thicker Fuller-Looking Hair.
What it does:
Hair Thickening Fibers are Keratin Proteins similar to natural hair. Hair Thickening Fibers blend with natural hair that may add density and help create Thicker Fuller-Looking Hair.
- Creates instant Thicker Fuller-Looking Hair
- Covers-up fine and thinning areas of hair
- Perfect for cover-up between color treatments
- Made from Keratin Protein
- Easy Application
How to use:
- HAIR MUST BE COMPLETELY DRY.
- Brush or comb hair, shake Hair Thickening Fibers applying liberally into thinning and low-density areas.
- Gently style hair into place with fingers or plastic comb.
- If desired, use Brush Applicator filled with Hair Thickening Fibers to apply around hairline and hard to reach areas.
- Spray Bosley Professional Strength Non-Aerosol Hairspray & FiberHold Spray, which may increase the bond between natural hair and Hair Thickening Fibers for extra durable, longer-lasting style.
- Shampoo to remove.
|Keratin Fibers -||Fibrous structural proteins, the key structural component of hair and nails. The fibers are charged with static electricity so they intertwine and bond with your own hair.|
Written by Ana On 03/06/2019