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Hair Building Fibers Colors – How we differ from Toppik Caboki Xfusion and others

Hair Building Fibers Colors – How we differ from Toppik Caboki Xfusion and others

Finally Hair sets the standard in hair building fiber colors.  We have 20 colors to choose from.  We work hard to be sure our hair fiber colors suit all people and closely match standard hair dyes.  This makes it easier for our fiber users to get a perfect match.

In the rare instance where our hair building fibers don’t match your hair perfectly, you can mix and match the colors.  Here is a great photo of all of the colors together:

hair colors compared to brands like toppik caboki xfusion

Lets discuss the colors here so you can choose the correct ones for you.  Especially if you’ve been using other unrelated brands of hair fibers in the past.  Here’s some good hair building fiber color information:

Black Hair Building Fibers

We have two blacks.  Our jet black and our soft black. The jet black is a deep black.  While the soft black has a very slight 5% hue of blue (you don’t see the blue) which causes it to be milder. If you used Toppik, Xfusion or Caboki before, you may find that their dark brown color is close to our soft black though we feel the people with very dark brown hair should really try our dark chocolate brown.

Dark Brown Hair Building Fibers – two shades available

Finally Hair makes two dark brown shades.  The standard dark brown shade is for people who have natural dark brown hair which typically has a red base color.  This shade has a red base color so there is a very slight hue of red.  If you don’t want the red, then use dark chocolate brown instead.  Dark chocolate brown is a deeper brown with no red.  If you use a hair dye that is dark brown/black then dark chocolate brown is usually perfect.

Medium Brown

Finally Hair’s medium brown is a very warm medium brown shade.  It is very close to Toppik’s shade – maybe a very very little bit lighter.  It is a real match if you have medium brown hair.  One of our top sellers.

Light Brown

Our light brown shade is very similar to the light brown sold by other brands like Toppik, Caboki, Xfusion and the rest.

Light Medium Brown

People often ask us if our light medium brown is lighter than our light brown.  The answer is yes.  Light medium brown is our lightest brown shade.

Blonde

Finally Hair blonde is a very light for people with bleached hair.

Medium Blonde

Our medium blonde is also a light medium blonde.  If you have a mid tone medium blonde we suggest the Golden Blonde shade.

Golden Blonde

This is a true medium blonde shade.  It is along the lines or the Toppik, Xfusion and Caboki medium blonde shade.

Dark Blonde

If you have dark blonde or dirty blonde hair this is the shade to try.  It is along the lines of Toppik, Xfusion and Caboki dark blonde.

Auburn

Many red heads and people with auburn (brownish red) hair love this shade.  We have many female customers that order this shade.

Red

This is a bright red for people with bright red hair.  If you have a milder red, we suggest the Auburn.

Dark Grey

This is an excellent color if you have dark grey hair.  However if you have dark hair with some grey, you may want to try our salt and pepper shades.

Grey

This is a mid grey.  Perfect if you have grey hair.  Very popular color.  Many people mix it.

White

This is an off white shade that has a slight yellow hue.  Many people mix this color into our other shades.

Pure White

This is a pure snow white color and it is stark white.

Salt and Pepper Light

This is a wonderful mixture of our light brown along with white and grey highlights.

Salt and Pepper Medium

This popular mix is our dark chocolate brown with some white highlights.  We highly suggest this color for people with dark brown salt and pepper hair.

Salt and Pepper Dark

This is our soft black with white/grey highlights.  Very popular.  Extraordinary mix.

We hope this article helps you decide which color is right for you.

Finally Hair is not related to Toppik, Xfusion, Caboki in any form or fashion. We respect their brands and their trademarks.  We mention them as reference because we get many communications from buyers asking these questions. This is an editorial article to help you decide which color is best for you. 

hair building fiber color chart

Taking Care of Your Hair Fibers so that they Remain in Great Condition – Light Brown

Light Brown Hair fibers are absolutely great to camouflage the sparse hair and give you a thick hair and attractive visual confidence. After putting the hair fibers on your hair and scalp, it is only proper care and gentle treatment that will retain its terrific look. Some of the top tips to take care of hair fibers are –

  • Since there are several different types of hair building fibers, ensure that you are consulting us and get detailed instructions on how to take care of your specific hair fibers.
  • Before washing, remove all tangles and knots in your hair by brushing carefully. Then your hair should be wet and cleaned gently with a good detangling hair loss shampoo and a rich moisturizer. The hair should always be washed gently in downward motion.
  • Blotting your after washing with just the right amount of leave-in conditioner will aid in keeping your hair moist and super-soft. Over application will lead to build-up and tangling.
  • Never use styling products that contain silica.
  • Always brush to remove any tangles before going to bed. Ensure that the hair is completely dry and preferably wrap or gently tie them to prevent any tangling.
  • Avoid over use of heat-stylers.
  • After your hair is completely dry, style your hair for maximum coverage and then apply your light brown hair fibers onto your dry hair.  Do not use gel or any product that can wet your hair. There is no need to over apply.  Apply just enough that it fills in the empty balding areas.
  • Use Finally Hair spray to lock the fibers in.
  • For more information on light brown hair fibers click here.