When I attended Cosmoprof 2011 in Las Vegas this past July/August, I spotted this remarkable product on the show floor called Super Million Hair. I honestly could not believe my eyes—they were taking volunteers from the audience and showing them how the product worked on their own heads.
Made from vegetable fibers that have been cut into small, varied sizes and shaped pieces, Super Million Hair was applied in a two-step process (shaking the "hair" on the head and spraying an after product to keep it in place). It really did provide an easy and safe solution to the problem of thinning hair. The filaments adhere to the scalp to add volume and thickness to the thinning area.
After watching about five different demonstrations (yes, they lured me in!) I found the best candidates for the product were those who:
A.) Had thin, fine hair and wanted a fuller looking head of hair.
B.) People that were in the early to middle stages of balding.
The product comes in 11 shades of color and contains special resigns that provide firm hold without stiffness, protect from ultra violet rays and add a soft shine. The product works by holding the custom container over the thinning hair and sprinkling it on the scalp. Charged with static electricity, thousands of the tiny color-matched hair fibers intertwine with the existing strands and then conceal the thinning hair.
This product is unique in that it does not absorb moisture and therefore will not stain or bleed color with rain or sweat. The virtually weightless fibers do not itch, feel scruffy, disturb skin respiration or block pores.
For more information on Super Million Hair, visit smhair.com.