What is Micro Point Solutions?

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What is Micro Point Solutions? 

Micro Point Solutions is an elite program offered by the Cyberhair collection for men and women with thinning hair who seek volume and density. Micro Point Solutions is not a hair system. Because no glues or chemicals are used, it is the healthiest non-surgical option available anywhere.

What is Cyberhair?

Cyberhair is a new innovation spun from scientific technology. It has many desirable qualities: durability, uniformity, lightness, softness, body and lift, and memory retention. In all of these areas, Cyberhair is equal or superior to other fibers and human hair while duplicating its texture to simulate your own hair.

What makes Micro Point Solutions better than other processes?

-Micro Point Solutions is totally unique from any other process because:
Cyberhair is so lightweight and so similar to growing human hair; you canít feel it and you canít differentiate it from your own hair.
-With Micro Point Solutions, you can add up to 600 hairs in one hour.
-Absolutely no chemicals or glues are used.
-Micro Point Link is a non-surgical process that volumizes your hair by 400%.

Is Micro Point Solutions a transplant surgery?

No, Micro Point Solutions does not involve surgery. Micro Point Link is a micro-tiny, non-surgical procedure to give density and volume to fine, thin hair.

What is the difference between Micro Point Links and Accents?

Micro Point Link is four Cyberhairs linked to one single stand of your own hair. With Micro Point Link you can receive up to 600 hairs in the crown or top of your head in one hour. The Micro Point Link knot is so micro-tiny, your new hair looks and feels like your own growing hair.

A Micro Point Accent has 100 Cyberhairs attached to one very tiny bead. Your own natural growing hairs are slid through the bead and attached without glue. A certified Micro Point Solutions technician can give you Accents on the back and sides of your hair in one hour and it will volumize your own growing hair.

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