Volumizing Keratin Brush - Styling Tips for All Hair Types

Style Your Hair According to Type & Select the Brush Head Accordingly

Each brush head has different characteristics that make it more suitable for certain types of thinning hair and hair styles. They are very easy to switch out to change colors or style different hair types. 


Women’s Hair Styles

Long, straight hair—widening part
(recommended brush head: Hard Bristles)

  • Brush normally 3-5 strokes until the hair is styled as you'd like.
  • Position the brush along the part line and release the fibers on top.
  • Avoid repositioning hair or changing part once fibers are in place.

Long, straight or short, straight hair—thinning all over, hair color growing out
(recommended brush head: Hard Bristles)

  • Brush hair normally or 5 or 6 strokes to electrostatically charge the hair.
  • Press the button to start dispensing fibers while continuing to slowly brush your hair.

Note on color selection: Choose the fiber replacement cartridge that most closely matches your existing hair, beyond the area growing out by the roots.

Long, straight hair—receding hairline
(recommended brush head: SOFT BRISTLES)

  • Make a regular ponytail as your hairstyle, or to assist you while styling.

  • Brush the soft bristle head on hairline at least 3 times, following direction of hair growth.

  • Tilt head towards the side on which you want to apply fibers and release fibers gently while brushing in direction of the hair.
    Note: Small spillovers on the forehead may be corrected with the soft bristles or the perfecting tool.

  • Release ponytail if hair is desired loose.

Hair of any length—root-concealing for predominantly greying hair
(recommended brush head: SOFT BRISTLES)

  • Style your hair as desired.
  • Select color cartridge in shade closest to your predominant hair color (the shade you dye your hair to). If you have highlights, select the darker, base color, rather than the highlight color.
  • Brush hair with the soft bristles 3 times in the same direction as hair is styled.
  • Dispense keratin fibers in the area showing your roots by gently brushing the same direction of the hair. Focus on your part or visible area of hair grow-out.

Hair of any length—root-concealing for hair with highlights, roots growing out darker
(recommended brush head: SOFT BRISTLES)

  • Style your hair as desired.
  • Select color cartridge in shade closest to natural hair color at the roots.
  • Brush hair with the soft bristles 3 times in the same direction as hair is styled.
  • Release keratin fibers in the area showing your roots by pressing the button while gently brushing the same direction of the hair. Focus on the part or visible areas of hair grow-out.

Men's Hair Styles

Medium-long to Short hair—thinning patch on crown of head
(recommended brush head: HARD BRISTLES)

  • Brush hair normally for 5 strokes to electrostatically charge the hair and place it where desired.
  • Engage the brush to disperse fibers while you brush over thinning spot.
    Note on color selection: Choose the fiber replacement cartridge that most closely matches your existing hair, beyond the area growing out by the roots.

Any length hair—diffuse thinning throughout the hair
(recommended brush head: HARD BRISTLES)

  • Brush hair normally for 5 strokes to electrostatically charge the hair and place it where desired.
  • Engage the brush to disperse fibers while you brush regularly throughout hair.
  • Use the perfecting tool to brush away any excess fibers around the forehead.

Greying, thinning hair—filling and color enhancement
(recommended brush head: HARD BRISTLES)

  • Select the Dark Grey fiber cartridge.
  • Brush hair first to the sides for 5 strokes to electrostatically charge the hair.
  • Press button on brush to start dispensing fibers while you brush to the sides.
  • Finally, brush from front to back to provide the final style.
    Note on color selection: On light grey hair, using the darker grey fibers allows coverage to blend with the existing hair, slightly darkening hair for a younger look while increasing appearance of density.

    A more natural look is generally produced by using a shade that matches the color further away from the roots.

Curly hair—thinning around the crown
(recommended brush head: HARD BRISTLES)

  • Brush hair normally for 5 strokes to electrostatically charge the hair.
  • Engage the brush to disperse fibers when you brush over the sparser area around the crown.
  • Check results in a mirror held over top of head.

More advanced thinning—sparse hair with areas of baldness
(recommended brush head: HARD BRISTLES)

Note: Men with large bald areas with very little hair present a more difficult styling challenge.

  • Brush normally, concentrating on building electrostatic charge where you do have hair—5 strokes.
  • When releasing fibers, ensure bristles do not touch the scalp directly.
  • Cap+ Holding spray or hair spray is required to keep fibers in place.
  • Use perfecting tool to brush away any excess fibers around the forehead.

Longer, straight hair—widening part
(recommended brush head: HARD BRISTLES)

  • Brush normally, until hair is in the desired position.
  • Position the brush along the part line and release fibers to cover reveal scalp along part.
  • Avoid repositioning hair or changing part once fibers are in place.

Close-cropped, crew cut, shaved hair growing out, short hair—revealing part
(recommended brush head: SOFT BRISTLES)

  • Brush energetically for 5 - 10 strokes to electrostatically charge the hair.
  • Engage the brush to start dispensing fibers while you brush regularly.
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