*I received these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes.*
Almost every hair product makes promises but so few follow through, so when L’Oreal introduced the Fibralogy collection and promised thicker hair I was pretty skeptical. When I got an email from Influenster letting me know I was getting the Fibralogy VoxBox I was definitely willing to give it a shot. I have super fine hair and it’s really wavy, so anything that seems to make my hair a little thicker usually gives me crazy frizz. And if I can get rid of the frizz, I get flat hair.
The Fibralogy set starts off pretty normal. There’s a shampoo and conditioner and they’re both pretty great quality that I’ve come to expect from L’Oreal hair products. And they smell seriously delicious, like blue Freezie delicious. These are the two products you’re always supposed to use. They work well for shampoo and conditioner but I can’t tell you how they thicken because I haven’t used them without the Thickening Booster yet.
The Thickening Booster is really the part of the collection that makes you hair thicker. You apply it after shampoo and put the conditioner right over it and rinse them off together. You can use it once a week or for the intensive treatment, twice.
I’ve only been using the set for a little while and so far I’ve used all the products three times. And I’ve totally seen a difference in my hair. I can’t tell if my hair really looks thicker, though my waves are much more defined and less frizzy but my hair feels quite a bit thicker. It also feels stronger and a lot healthier, and I thought my hair was pretty healthy before.
I’m going to keep using Fibralogy because I like how it works on my hair and if my hair actually does get thicker with use, then I’ll consider it a bonus. If you have fine, thin hair you might want to give it a try.