I have a problem with thin hair as a result of past cancer treatment.
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What is Scalp Makeup?
Scalp Makeup for Thin Hair is a new and unique, powdered cosmetic that is applied to the
scalp with a specially designed and shaped brush in order to mask,
or hide the appearance of thin hair and hair loss.
Features of Scalp Makeup
· When applied to your scalp, the color of the product helps camoflauge and hide the thinning areas of your
hair and is used only where it's needed. Using the specially designed brush, the color can then be
blended toward the thicker areas of your hair for a natural look.
· Scalp Makeup lasts through normal daily activity, just like most other cosmetics,
and shampoos out easily.
· Scalp Makeup for Thin Hair is also very effective for covering gray roots between color
treatments or simply color matching the re-growth to your current hair color.
· Scalp Makeup is very easy to use and we have 19 colors and shades to offer you.
From the samples we send to you, you are able to create you own custom color.
We will make that color for you at NO extra charge to you.
Refer to the ShaBo Color Chart button.
Instructions for the application of ShaBo Cosmetics Scalp Makeup for Thin Hair
Product Detail: ShaBo Scalp Makeup for Thin Hair is a loose, colored powder, cosmetic hair loss concealer that is sold in an oversized jar with a tight fitting, screw on lid, and a specially designed and angled applicator brush.
Instructions for application: The main reason for using this product is to conceal, or hide, your hair loss problem by creating the illusion of having more hair on your scalp than you actually do. The illusion is created by making a shadow type of effect in order to reduce the contrast between the color of your scalp and the color of your hair. The way this product is used, is to color your scalp a slightly darker shade than your current hair color, and apply it to the areas that you have a hair loss problem.
Because the product is a loose powder, and you only want the actual color on your scalp, not the loose powdered particles; you must first “load your brush”. In other words, you must initially “dirty up” the bristles of your applicator brush by dipping the brush into the colored powder. Once you have enough powder on the ends of the bristles, you slightly tilt the oversized jar. While you are still tilting the jar, you then firmly “scrub” the bristles of the brush onto an empty area on the bottom of the jar. By doing this, the color becomes embedded onto the bristles of the brush.
Depending on how much of the powder you were able to load into your brush, you may initially have to do this a couple of times until the bristles of the brush have enough product on them for your first application. Next, you set the jar back flat onto the counter and then take the brush and quite firmly tap it onto the side of the jar so that any loose powder that is stuck on the bristles of the brush can fall back into the jar. This step eliminates any wasted product and, more importantly, gets any loose powder OFF of the bristles so you are left with just a minute amount of the powder on the bristles of the brush.
ShaBo Scalp Makeup is applied to your scalp as a dry application, on a dry scalp and hair. Your hair and scalp can either be freshly washed with your favorite shampoo and conditioning products, or it can be applied as a “touch-up” procedure at any time during the day, after you already have styling products in your hair. The use of other products in your hair has no negative effects on how well the Scalp Makeup looks or lasts on your scalp.
You have the option to either completely style your hair and then apply ShaBo Scalp Makeup or you can apply the product to your scalp and then style your hair for the day. Whichever choice you make, the product will work the same way. As mentioned before, you can also use the product to touch up a missed spot during the day or at the end of the day before an evening event. No matter what, the product will work for you whether you have fresh and clean hair or if you wait a day or two between shampooing.
Once the brush is ready, you locate the areas of your hair that you have a hair loss problem. You can use this product whether you have diffuse type of hair loss or if you only have hair loss in just one particular area, such as the crown of your head or at your temples, etc.
In the area of your hair loss, you hold the brush that is loaded with the colored powder cosmetic, and aim the brush toward the back of your hair loss area and work forward, using a circular/scrubbing motion on your scalp in order to transfer the color from the bristles of the brush onto your scalp. The reason you begin toward the back and work forward is in order to allow the darkest color to be in the back and to end up with a more faded or shadowed look toward the front. This way, you get a more natural looking hairline, if that is one of your problem areas. If you have an isolated problem area, such as the crown of your head or at your temples, the application method is still generally the same. Using the specially designed and angled brush allows the user to “cut” through the hair and reach the scalp so the product doesn’t gather on the ends of the hair instead of the scalp.