Infinity Hair – My Review

Infinity Hair Fiber - Hair Loss Solution for Women and Men

Product: Infinity Hair
Cost: $7.99 for the fibers, $39.99 for the kit
Cheapest place to buy: Directly from Infinity Hair – click here to get an additional 10% off your order.
My review: 8/10
Guarantee: 30 day money-back, no questions asked
Available Hair Colors: Black through white – see image


What on Earth is Infinity Hair?

Infinity Hair is a unique product that offers a “20 second” solution to hair loss. Ever heard of spray-on tanning? It’s kinda like that, but three-dimensional, and for hair. Sound crazy? Keep reading to learn more!

From their website:

Infinity Hair Fibers are a cosmetic solution that addresses hair loss instantly. It is created through the Nano Fiber Technology, that makes these fibers electrostatically charged and once this product is applied to your problem areas, they effectively adhere to your existing hair and gives you an appearance of a thick, healthy and shiny looking hair.


How Do You Use It?

Infinity Hair is applied directly to the scalp on a dry head, after your hair is styled (they don’t advise adding it before curling iron or flat iron applications).

You can then “fill in the gaps” with the infinity hair, as a finishing touch. Like you’re sculpting. It’s literally a 3-D hair substitute product.

You may use hairspray on the fibers after applying them to your scalp, which will help with your styling goals.


How Long Does It Last?

Infinity Hair stays on your head for a few days, until you’re ready to shampoo it out.

This is good news for women trying to shampoo infrequently or for people who want to preserve a certain hairstyle for a couple of days.


What’s In It?

Infinity Hair is made out of keratin fibers, which is the same material that makes up our hair, skin, and nails.

The ingredients list also shows rayon (which is a kind of fabric) and various dyes to approximate the hair colors. The dyes vary based on the color you order.


This sounds weird, like something out of a Science Fiction movie…is it SAFE?

Oddly enough, the consensus seems to be YES. This is how the manufacturer describes it:

Because Infinity Hair Fibers products are made out of high-quality and all organic keratin protein fibers, the makers of this product ensure that it will not cause any adverse effects, unlike other methods. It is guaranteed to be safe, free from any form of drugs, will not dry or irritate your scalp and will definitely not clog your pores.

Infinity Hair Fibers adhere to your scalp, and the maker says it’s sturdy enough to stay on your head through windstorms and heavy rains.

Also, the color from the dye won’t bleed onto your clothes if you get caught in the rain.


Does It Work?

Amazingly, people say YES. I was skeptical after learning about this product, just because it seemed so odd to me. 3-D hair fibers you sculpt directly to your scalp? Really??

But, I’ve read hundreds of reviews looking for critical information, and it’s certainly out there, but amidst a sea of praise.

The most consistent positive comment is that people feel more confident when using this product. And that it takes some getting used to, but it’s easy to use once you get the hang of it. The outlandish claim that it’s a 20-second solution to hair loss is mostly reflected to be TRUE based on the user experiences.

Here is a typical positive review from a female user of Infinity Hair Fibers:


Any Cons?

A few:

  • Some users say if you have a “sweaty head“, you can experience some clumping.
  • Some users have also expressed an interest in a wider color range.
  • If you dye your hair, you need to order the shade that’s closest in color to your roots, because the product will be applied directly to your scalp  – this could theoretically create more contrast with the dye job.
  • Infinity Hair is only for the scalp, not the face or body.

Who Is It For?

Infinity Hair is engineered for both men and women experiencing hair loss. The product line has a wide range of colors to accommodate customers.

Infinity works on all hair types, fine to coarse, short to long, and on colored, highlighted or permed hair. You aren’t restricted by any of these conditions, unlike with some other products only for undyed or untreated hair.


Parting Thoughts:

Infinity Hair is a cosmetic solution to a mostly cosmetic problem.

While this blog advocates for, and has discussed both holistic and natural solutions, as well as the industry standard biochemical solutions, this product gives me a pause…because it is a really interesting approach to the problem.

I think Infinity Hair is a great product to try out for women who know their hair loss is temporary, ie, women who are pregnant, going through menopause, going through chemotherapy, or even women recovering from a medical procedure where part of their hair had to be shaved.

I also think it could be a good choice for women looking to fill in conspicuous or irritating bald spots.

For women who have lost most of their hair or have very large bald spots without any hair, I personally think that a wig would be a better choice, because this product is clearly more intended as a “filler” than a brand new, replacement head of hair.


Overall:

Since it’s priced so low, and because Infinity Hair has such surprisingly positive feedback, I think it’s worth a shot.

Infinity Hair is definitely worth trying if your hair loss shows up more like small spotting or thinning than large areas of hair loss. For those with temporary hair loss, small spotting or general thinning, I think this product could be a major asset and confidence booster.

If it doesn’t look good, or if you don’t like it, just send it back and take advantage of the 30 day guarantee! You’ll have a fun and crazy story to tell either way!

Thanks for reading. Please feel free to comment and share your thoughts, questions, or experiences with Infinity Hair – I’d really love to hear from anyone who’s tried this. 

-Penelope

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8 thoughts on “Infinity Hair – My Review”

  • 18
    roselle aspinall on March 14, 2017 Reply

    Hi, I never knew this product existed. It is a very reasonable price and sounds great for someone who is concerned from a cosmetic viewpoint. I have a friend who is conscious of losing her hair (although it may be due to stress). I will let her know about this product to see if it is something she may be interested in.
    Thanks for sharing.

    • 19
      Penelope on March 14, 2017 Reply

      Hi and thank you for the positive feedback! Hopefully it is a viable option for your friend, especially if her hair loss is temporary (if stress is the cause, it likely is). This could help her out in the meantime, while she learns to deal with the root cause, which would be minimizing the stress in her life.

  • 20
    Shirley on March 14, 2017 Reply

    Really interesting product! I recently had a small…altercation with a vehicle and had to have a section of my hair shaved for stitches. It’s all healed now but my hair is growing back REALLY slowly and I’m getting tired of wearing hats. Do you think I could use this to fill out my patch until it grows to a decent length?

    Thank you!

    • 21
      Penelope on March 14, 2017 Reply

      Hi Shirley! Wow, I had never even thought about the very real hair loss due to shaving for surgery or stitches, thanks for bringing that up and sharing your experience!

      In this case, I’d say heck yeah, definitely give it a shot on your patch that’s regrowing. It sounds like Infinity Hair could really help and get you hat-free in the interim, and that a cosmetic solution is actually MOST appropriate for you given the cause of your hair loss.

      thanks again and best of luck,
      -Penelope

  • 22
    Elsa on March 15, 2017 Reply

    I’ve never heard of this product before! There’s so many neat hair products out there. It sounds like it’s mostly used for thinning hair…. do you know if it would help fine hair appear thicker? Or does it mostly just work on the scalp area? And I like your page on natural remedies for hair loss – I’ve been using essential oils on my hair for the last few months and I’ve noticed my hair has been growing super fast! So it works 🙂

    • 23
      Penelope on March 15, 2017 Reply

      Isn’t it crazy? I’d never heard of this product either, but basically what happens with this is it adheres to your scalp, like hair, and then you “sculpt” it to blend with your normal hair, so it gives volume to thinning areas.

      I think using something like this, in conjunction with essential oils and supplements, is a winning recipe for many women with hair loss.

  • 24
    Hans on March 22, 2017 Reply

    Very easy to read and thorough in my opinion. They you presented the Infinity Hair review is quite fair with both pros and cons.

    I also think that its not too ‘salesy’ (if there is such a word.. ha ha) and just right on the sweet spot. The fact that you mentioned that it could be a temporary solution attracted my attention.

    I always thought that people will look for this product only because they have a permanent problem and I think they are better seeking more permanent solutions.

    Its cool that that women especially can have back their femininity during times when they are not in their full capacity because of motherhood and cancer.

    I believe your content is quite inspiring and the engagement you have with your audience is very well communicated. Great work and definitely one of the inspiring website out there for a newbie like me 🙂

    • 25
      Penelope on March 22, 2017 Reply

      Thanks for the great comment! I’m glad that you enjoyed it and learned something about a new and intriguing product.

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