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How To Dye A Human Hair Wig

How To Dye A Human Hair Wig
If you are tired of the color of your old human hair wigs, or you can't find a wig in the color you want at the wig market, you may have the idea of dyeing a wig by yourself. Can you dye a human hair wig and how to dye a human hair wig? These may confuse you a lot. Certainly, if you want to try to dye a human hair wig, just do it. Here we have summed up a simple guide to show you how to dye a human hair wig.
Compared with the synthetic hair wig, the human hair wig is easier to dye and the dyeing effect will come out to be more natural. You can use the same hair dyes, tools and hair products as you dye your own natural hair.
1.Get your human hair wig ready.

Get your human hair wig ready

If you want to change the color of your old wig into a new color, wash it clean before you start to dye it. If the color you choose is lighter than your wig, you must bleach the hair first in order to achieve the best dyeing result. For some people who are not familiar with the bleach skill, you'd better choose a color darker than your wig or purchase a new wig with a light color.

For example, the Wavymy Hair 613 blonde wig, which comes with diverse lengths, colors and textures will meet your various needs. The 613 blonde color is a kind of very light color, which is easily stained by the dye. If you want to purchase a new human hair wig to dye, it will be an excellent option.

If your wig is a lace front wig or a full lace wig, the most important thing is to protect the lace from being dyed. You can use the freeze spray totally cover the lace two or three times just to be on the safe side. Then blow-dry the lace.

2. Take protective measures.
Prepare some old newspapers or disposable tablecloths to spread over your workplace to avoid smudging your place. Wear old clothes and put on a pair of disposable gloves to prevent you from getting dye on your clothes and hands.
3. Mix the dye and the developer in a plastic bowl.

Mix the dye and the developer in a plastic bowl

Mix the two things with a plastic spoon according to the ratio of the hair dye instructions. Stir the mixture until the color is uniform and consistent. It is important never to use a metal bowl or spoon to mix the dye, which can oxidize the dye, causing it to change color.
4. Apply the dye.

Apply the dye

To make it easier to dye your wig, you'd better firmly secure the wig on a wig stand or mannequin head by using T-pins. Gently comb through the hair with a wide-tooth comb to remove all tangles. Separate the hair into 4-6 equal sections or more sections according to the wig length and density. Left one section untied to start applying the dye and tie the other sections of hair in buns.

Start to brush the dye into the hair from the hair root to the end. Repeat this action from one section to another until you finish all sections. Make sure you have totally coated all strands of hair in dye. Leave the wig for a period of time according to the dye instructions.

If you worry about the dyeing effect, you can test the dye on a few strands of hair first, which can't be seen easily on the wig. Once you don’t like the color it turns out, you will have the opportunity to choose another color.

5. Wash and dry your human hair wig.

Wash and dry your human hair wig

Rinse the wig in lukewarm water to wash off the excess dye then wash your wig by using the color-safe shampoo. Apply the hair conditioner to the hair. Don't apply it near the hair root of the lace front wig, which will loose the knot then the hair will shed. Rinse the hair conditioner from the human hair wig. Press the wig with a towel to remove excess water. Place the wig in a ventilated place to dry or use a hair dryer to dry the wig with cool air.

When the dyed human hair wig is totally dry, you will get a dyed wig with a new color on your own. Gently comb the hair with a wide-tooth comb until you can easily comb through the wig from the hair roots to the ends. You can use hair spray or other heating process to style the wig as you like.

Although it is a tough challenge to dye a wig by yourself, there may be many mistakes in the process, but the whole process will be a very interesting experience for you. Hope this simple guide will help you when you dye a human hair wig.

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