Thin Skin Hair System For Men

June 5, 2021

Say bye to baldness and look as stylish as you can to get women swooning over you.

With a hair system, you can achieve this without breaking the bank. Perhaps you do not want to wear wigs that might be cumbersome and noticeable by everyone. Then you shouldn’t fret. Again, hair systems are what you need.

They are made with synthetic hair or with human hair that has been handwoven and attached to a base material. The base material can be lace or an ultra-thin medium; hence, forming the different types of the hair system. In this article, we would be looking at the thin skin hair system. We would also discuss how to install one perfectly. So come along as we dive deep into the world of men’s hair system.

What are hair systems?

This refers to synthetic or human hair, handwoven and placed on a particular base material which can either be lace or polyurethane (skin). It is attached to the wearer’s head using any method of attachment which can either be adhesive or tape.

After that, it is then trimmed and well blended to fit the head properly. This way, it is often undetectable by other people who come in contact with you.

Types of Hair Systems

Based on the different base material, we have four major types of hair base system:

  1. Skin hair system with a lace front.
  2. Full lace hair system.
  3. Full skin hair system.
  4. Lace with PU edge (polyurethane edge).

However, in this article, we would be looking at a full-skin hair system.

Skin Hair System For Men

This refers to a hair system with a solid-surface polyurethane as the base material. It is a popular choice for people who do not want others to know about the status of their hair system. It is very thin and described to be as thick as the contact lens.

In appearance, it looks exactly like one’s skin, making it easy to bend when worn; hence it becomes completely undetectable. Consequently, you can use it to create a faux skin scalp with hair growing out without others knowing that it is a hair system.

There are 4 major types of skin hair systems for men, including:

  • Poly skin- this has a thickness of 0.14mm. Lifespan is about 5-6 months.
  • BIO skin- the thickness is 0.08mm and can last about 3 months.
  • Ultra-thin skin- has a thickness of 0.03mm with a lifespan of 3 months.
  • Silicon skin- this is the thickest as it measures 0.25mm in width. It lasts longer too for about 8-12 months.

The thin skin hair system is non-porous, which means water, air, or sweat cannot penetrate the base. However, it is comfortable to wear and lightweight molding completely to your scalp. Hence, looks very natural. Furthermore, it has great front hairlines with looped ventilation.

Best Way To Install Thin skin Hair System For Men

It’s not enough to purchase a thin skin hair system. You must also know how to attach it properly for daily use. Otherwise, if done wrongly, others would be able to tell that it’s attached and not the real deal.

1. Trim the base to your size

You must dress the hair system to meet your specific measurement. To do this, first wet the hair and then trim off the extra skin along the front hairline. Avoid cutting the hair itself as that could make it look unnatural.

2. Remove your previous hair system

Use a removal spraying it around the edges of the previous hair system you have installed. Use a wet towel to wipe off any adhesive residue, and shampoo thoroughly. After the hair is dry, shave off any hair growth around the area you are attaching to the new system, and clean with an alcohol-based cleanser. Finally, apply a scalp protector to your skin.

3. Apply adhesive

Use a brush to apply a thin layer of adhesive, spread until it distributes evenly. Leave for a while, so it dries off, and then apply another layer and leave it to dry.

4. Add the thin skin hair system

After the steps above, the next step is to attach the new system. Before doing this, be sure that the adhesive on your scalp is completely dried. Hold the hair in place and position it over the adhesive from the front hairline. Avoid touching the adhesive. When satisfied with the position, you can then press it onto the scalp using the flat part of a comb for about 1 minute.

Your new hair system is all set.

To remove it after using it for a while, refer to step 2 above (remove your previous hair system).

Where to Purchase Good Thin Skin Hair System

There are several places you can purchase a thin skin system online and offline. But be sure to buy only from the best and check the component materials to be sure it would last long.


The thin skin hair system is the new style for men who have gone bald. With it, you can regain your confidence and your lost hair. They have several advantages over their lace skin counterparts and are for people who want to feel comfortable while you install them.

Hairbro offers various types of skin hair system that matches your needs and pocket. So, the next time you need quality hair systems, don’t hesitate to contact us. With it, we assure you the ladies would be back in their numbers, and here’s the trick, no one would know unless you tell them.

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