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Oct
2021
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How Long Do Hair Fibers Last?

This post was originally published on September 17, 2019.

Toppik Hair Building Fibers are an amazing solution for instantly creating the appearance of thicker, fuller hair. While they aren’t permanent hair fibers, they are long-lasting. If applied correctly, Toppik Hair Fibers will stay in the hair until you shampoo again.

However, we get a lot of questions about how long hair fibers last, so we asked these Toppik users to share their experiences with us. So if you’ve been wondering how long do hair fibers last, keep reading to find out how Toppik Fibers hold up in different everyday situations.

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1
Oct
2021
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How Can I Get My Edges to Grow Back?

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Are you wondering how to make your edges grow? The fragile baby hairs of our hairline are more prone to breakage. In some cases, they can fall out altogether. Fortunately, with some extra TLC, it’s often possible to regrow your edges. Follow these tips to help grow back your edges. 

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29
Sep
2021
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What Color Will Make Hair Look Thicker?

This post was originally published on December 19, 2019. 

For those of us with fine, thin hair, a new hair color doesn’t just revamp your entire look. A good hair color for fine hair can actually make thinning hair look fuller! With the right techniques, your colorist can add subtle hints of depth and dimension to your that will leave you with a natural appearance of volume. In this blog, we’ll take a look at the best color for thinning hair. 

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25
Aug
2021
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Spotting Telogen Effluvium Symptoms

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This post was originally published on October 9, 2018. 

Believe it or not, some hair shedding is totally normal. Thanks to our hair’s natural life cycle of growth and rest phases, it’s perfectly healthy to lose between 500 and 100 hair strands per day. 

However, if you’re losing handfuls of hair, you may have telogen effluvium. Telogen effluvium is excessive hair loss that occurs a few months after a stressful or traumatic event. And it’s more common than you think. Telogen effluvium is the second most common form of hair loss after androgenic alopecia (pattern baldness). Keep reading to learn more about telogen effluvium symptoms. Plus, we’ll tell you what causes telogen effluvium and explain telogen effluvium treatment options.

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