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Hi, I use a little bit of Toppik which really helps completely hide by thinning in the crown as well as add a bit of density in front. The one thing I really don't like about it is it gives the hair a really dull look which makes it look unhealthy. Is there anything you guys put on after applying Toppik to help with this? I typically apply Toppik last, after using a hair paste.

 

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stop using toppik. I clogs the follicles on your scalp, and doesn't let them breath. You will notice more thinning and quicker thinning from using toppik. 

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11 hours ago, nohair89 said:

stop using toppik. I clogs the follicles on your scalp, and doesn't let them breath. You will notice more thinning and quicker thinning from using toppik. 

Ummm, no, you are incorrect. Same fallacy of wearing a hat makes you go bald. Totally false.

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Toppik can leave the hair looking chalky, but this can be easily counteracted with a medium to high shine pomade. I suspect you are probably using a "matte" finish paste, which certainly isn't going to help. In addition, I like to use a hair spray to lock it all in, which gives it some shine. Toppik is a miracle product, especially for the crown.

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During my hair fiber days, I remember using a hair fiber locking spray by Nanagen which completely changed the fibers appearance from chalky to natural hair as well as holding them in place. Just needed a couple of squirts after giving the fibers a minute to settle. Worked a treat, lasted ages and cost about 12 pounds sterling, about 16 US dollars.

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7 hours ago, Shera said:

During my hair fiber days, I remember using a hair fiber locking spray by Nanagen which completely changed the fibers appearance from chalky to natural hair as well as holding them in place. Just needed a couple of squirts after giving the fibers a minute to settle. Worked a treat, lasted ages and cost about 12 pounds sterling, about 16 US dollars.

"During my hair fiber days."

LOL!!!!!

Good one, my friend.

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Be really careful with Toppik. It was good at first but then increased my hair loss dramatically!

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