Female Hair Loss Solutions

Female Hairloss Solutions

We at HairGenie understand the stress of hairloss and thinning hair. We understand how this impacts on your confidence and how you interact with people.

Here at HairGenie we help you find the solutions! We have sourced products that will help your hair look thicker and hide your bold spots perfectly!!

Below are some of the questions that we get asked daily. If you still have questions, you are welcome to contact us, and one of our team of experts will be happy to answer your questions.


Hair looks thinner because firstly the density of the hair reduces when hair falls out, and this leads to the scalp being more visible. We at HairGenie use different products to hide hairloss by coloring the scalp the same color as your hair.

We recommend that you start by ordering our starter kit which consist of the following:

  • Hairline Optimizer
  • Applicator
  • Fibre Hold Spray
  • Toppik Fibers

Hairline Optimizer:

Hair Optimizer
Hair Optimizer

Toppik Hairline Optimizer is uniquely designed with irregular teeth to help you mimic a natural hairline when applying Toppik Hair Fibers


Spray Applicator
Spray Applicator

The Toppik Spray Applicator is a patented tool that attaches to Regular and Economy size bottles of Toppik Hair Fibers and allows for a more precise application. Allows you to easily target and spray Hair Fibers into specific areas.

Fiberhold Spray:

Toppik Fiberhold Spray
Toppik Fiberhold Spray

Toppik FiberHold Spray is a fine mist designed to strengthen the bond between Toppik Hair Fibers and your existing hair, producing longer-lasting results.

Hair Building Fibers:

Toppik Hair Building Fibers, made of colored keratin protein, blend undetectably with existing hair strands to instantly create the appearance of naturally thick, full hair. Instantly fills in thinning areas
Conceals hair loss
Makes fine hair look completely thick and full
Great as a root touch-up between coloring.


COUVRe Scalp Concealing Lotion is a hair concealer that makes hair look instantly thicker by eliminating the contrast between thinning hair and scalp.

Because you effectively color your scalp, it is important that you use the same color as your roots. Also use our color chart as below. This will help you mix and match the ideal color for your specific hair type.
Choose the right color for your hair
Choose the right color for your hair

This depends on how severe your hairloss currently is. But most people will just notice you look younger, although they might not figure out exactly why.

Couvre is a Scalp Concealing lotion, which makes your hair look thicker by eliminating the contrast between the scalp and you hair. This is a lotion that colors your scalp.

Hair Building Fibers also eliminate the contrast between the scalp and the hair. The main difference is that the Fibres bond with your hair and makes your existing hair look thicker.

The texture and appearance of the Toppik Hair Building Fibers work well with ethnic hair


Toppik Hair Building Fibers are made of Keratin protein – the same thing that makes up human hair. The Keratin protein comes from a natural wool source, which is the closest match to human hair.

Toppik Hair Building Fibers stay firmly in place even in wind, rain and perspiration. For even longer-lasting results and added shine, use Toppik FiberHold Spray

Toppik Hair Building Fibers do not encourage or discourage hair growth. The natural Keratin Fibers will not clog pores or affect a scalp condition.

Toppik Hair Building Fibers stay until you wash your hair. They may shift but can be easily touched up. Many individuals who go to the salon weekly for a shampoo/set or a blow out will leave the Fibers in until their next appointment.

Toppik Hair Building Fibers can be used to effectively and easily cover both gray roots and color-treated root re-growth!

It is recommended that Toppik Hair Building Fibers be applied after the use of any styling tools such as hairdryers, flat irons or curling irons. Styling products (other than hairspray) should be applied to the hair prior to applying Toppik Hair Building Fibers. Applying gels, mousses, pastes, serums, and the like after applying Fibers may cause shifting the Fibers and could expose the areas that were meant to be covered. Let styling products dry before applying Fibers.

The irregular teeth and unique design of the Hairline Optimizer are ideal for naturally framing the areas around the face, including  the forehead and temple areas. This tool also keeps Fibers from getting onto the forehead when applying Toppik to the front hairline.

Toppik FiberHold Spray is specifically formulated to lock in the Fibers for those looking for added hold as well as shine.

Remove the Spray Applicator from the Toppik Hair Building Fibers bottle and rinse inside and out with flowing hot water. Let dry, and place it back on the bottle.

It depends on how frequently you use the product, the amount of the product you use each time, and the size of product you purchase. 

Yes, you can mix different shades of Hair Building Fibers. In fact, it is often encouraged to mix different shades in order to find the closest match to your own color, especially when working with blonde or gray hair. The product can either be mixed directly in the hair (use the lighter color first, and then layer the darker color over it).


COUVRé is made with sesame seed oil (a natural moisturizer) and iron oxides, which are natural colorants.

COUVRé stays firmly in place through wind, rain and sweat.

COUVRé does not encourage or discourage hair growth. Its gentle formula cannot clog pores or affect your scalp condition.

COUVRé stays on until it is shampooed out.

It removes easily with shampoo.

Yes. It’s completely waterproof.


  • Hair Building FiberChoose the right color for your hair

    Hair Building Fibers

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  • Scalp Concealing Lotion

    Couvre Scalp Concealing Lotion

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  • Spray Applicator

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  • Hair OptimizerHair Optimizer Application

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As part of the natural growth cycle females lose on average 50 to 100 hair strands each day, but what happens when they stop regrowing back?

While it is generally accepted that men lose their hair as they age, it is not often recognised that female hair loss is almost as common with an estimated 40% of women making up thinning hair sufferers, many suffering their hair loss in silence. The good news is that today there are more treatment options than ever for female hair. In fact, many women don’t realise they can get thicker hair in just 30 seconds.

Below a diagram of a hair growth cycle.


How Does Hair Grow?

To best understand why females suffer hair loss it is important to understand how it grows.

The Anagen phase is the growth period for a hair follicle and can last anywhere from 2-5 years. This is followed shortly afterwards by the Catagen phase, a short 1-2 week transitional stage which signals the end of the active growth of the hair follicle. The final stage is known as the Telogen phase, a period where the hair follicle ‘rests’ for 3-6 weeks until a new hair shaft grows and pushes out the old hair, signalling a return to the Anagen phase to repeat the process again.


Why do Females Lose their Hair?

Female hair loss is caused when the balance between shedding of the hair follicle and regrowth is disturbed, this is created through either a shorter Anagen phase or an increase in the number of hair follicles in the Telogen Phase. There are many factors that can contribute to hair loss in women including genetics, stress and medical conditions.


Common Reasons Why Women Lose Hair

Androgenic Alopecia

Androgenic alopecia is the most common form of hair loss for women and affects about 50% of women over the age of 40 and up to 75% of women over the age of 65.

For women Androgenic Alopecia is due to the action of Androgens, male hormones that are typically present in only small quantities in women. Their increased presence in women can be heredity or be created by numerous other factors including the onset of menopause, the taking of high androgen index birth control pills and pregnancy.

Androgenic Alopecia in women can be best characterized by the minaturisation of the hair follicle and a general thinning on all areas of the scalp.

Telogen Effluvium

Telogen Effluvium is characterized by the thinning of hair resulting from the early entry of the hair follicle from the Anagen phase (growth stage) into the Telogen phase (resting phase). For women it Is a common form of hair lose and is usually a reaction to stress on the body’s physical or hormonal systems, or as a reaction to medication.

For women Telogen Effluvium can occur at any age and the onset can happen quickly, however under normal circumstances it will get better on its own within about six months, although for a few people it can become a chronic problem.

Traction Alopecia

Traction Alopecia is a form of alopecia, or gradual hair loss that is caused by localised trauma to the hair follicles. This trauma is often associated with women who frequently wear their hair in a particularly tight style like ponytails, pigtails or braids. It can also be caused through hairstyles like dreadlocks and extensions which can create the same effect. Typically for women affected by Traction Alopecia the hair loss occurs around the hair line, primarily the temples and the sides of the head, and if detected early enough the hair will regrow.

Alopecia Areata

Alopecia Areata is one of the main causes of female hair-loss and is due to an autoimmune disease which effects more than 2 percent of the population. Alopecia Areata is caused when white blood cells attach and attack the hair follicles, with the result being the suppression or even stopping of hair growth.

Hair Loss Treatment for Women


Cosmetic Treatments

Hair Fibress

High quality hair fibres are made of pure keratin protein, the same material that your hair is made of.

These fibres are charged with static electricity, forming a magnetic attraction that draws and merges the fibres to your thinning hairs, eliminating the signs of hair loss and thinning.

The most popular hair fibre brand is Toppik. The benefit of Toppik Hair Fibres are that they work immediately, last through wind, rain and perspiration, and are virtually identical to your natural hair, not synthetic, meaning that they are virtually undetectable. See how Toppik works below:

Masking Lotions

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Masking Lotions are designed to eliminate the contrast between thinning hair and the scalp. They will mask your thinning hair and work on all area’s including at the front or at the crown. The most popular Masking Lotion brand is Courve. You can apply Courve right on the scalp and it can be used in conjunction with other treatments including hair fibres.



Hair Building Shampoo and Conditioners

Hair thickening shampoo’s utilise a mixture of Keratin and protein formula’s that allow bonding to existing hair, in the process thickening the thinning hair follicles. The most popular brand of Hair building Shampoo and Conditioner is Toppik.




When it comes to wigs, there are 4 main types, machine, integration, lace and high definition wigs.

MACHINE MADE – REGULAR WIGS. These are the most common wigs that retailers sell. The issue becomes they do not always look natural with the tendency for the wig to look like a solid object and sit up at least ¼ to ½ inch from the person’s head.

INTEGRATION WIGS. Integration hairpieces and wigs integrate with your own hair, adding fullness and length. They work by allowing you to pull through your own natural hair through a grid of small squares that are built into the wig. They look quite natural however they do not offer much versatility when the hair is parted.

LACE WIGS. A lace wig is a hairpiece that is made with human hair or synthetic hair which is tied, by hand, to a sheer lace base. The lace wig is usually attached with the assistance of glues and/or tapes.

HIGH DEFINITION WIGS. High definition wigs are a step up from the more traditional lace wigs. What separates the high definition wigs from the rest is the high level of customised intricate detail that goes into it’s construction, providing a more realistic look and feel, the downside is that these systems are typically built for between $6000 to $25000.

Hair Loss Treatment for Women

Hair Transplants

Hair transplantation is a cosmetic surgical technique that is used to treat hair loss. There are various techniques available, two but all hair transplants involves taking hair-bearing skin from one part of the scalp and grafting these pieces of skin into bald or thinning area’s of the scalp.

Two well recognised hair transplant techniques are known as Follicular Unit Grafting (FUG) and Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE). Both these procedures require only local anaesthesia and are a simple walk in and walk out treatment.

Hair transplants can be combined with medical treatments (i.e. Regaine) to help slow down future hair loss, or cosmetic treatments (i.e. Toppik Hair Fibres) to further enhance the results.

It is however import to ensure that you can do this procedure through a reputable surgeon. HairGenie can help you with any referrals.