Today, I’m sharing the exact process I use to help create a hairline and blend my topper into my bio hair.
It’s the kind of thing that’s difficult to write out, so I thought I’d let the video do the talking.
I use Joan Rivers Great Hair Day Powder (color: Blonde) to help conceal my sparse hairline – you can see what a difference this product makes in the video!
If you need extra oomph and density, you can always top off this concealing product with hair fibers like BoostnBlend (my absolute faaaavorite fibers!).
Be sure to watch how I blend in the hair powder not just above my forehead, but also down the side of my head…I think it make a world of difference when you continue the technique down your hairline.
Oh! I was working with some hats prior to shooting this, and because I don’t typically wear my glasses when I film, I didn’t notice the fuzzies in my hair. Whoops. Ignorance is bliss. ?
Not too shabby, eh?
Here are a few more pics. All car selfies – but they have the best light to show the hairline!
Let me know if you have any questions on the process!
P.S. Obviously, to copy my method exactly, you do need a bit of bio hair in the front. It doesn’t take much! If you don’t have even a few strands up front to make this work, than a lace front topper might be exactly what you’re looking for. The lace front create a hairline for you, and required no blending at all! You can see a lace front in action (albeit with a wig), in my post about Code Mono by Ellen Wille.