Many people who are dissatisfied with the colors of the wigs they buy opt to use dyeing procedures to change the wigs' color. If you're considering taking the same route, you should know that wigs made from human hair bundles with closure
are often easier to dye. The processed strands of synthetic wigs usually don't hold the color of regular hair dyes; to dye synthetic wigs, you have to use specialized dye such as fabric dye.
Whether you're dyeing straight lace frontal wig
or synthetic wigs, you need to follow a specific dyeing process. The process of dyeing your wigs should be treated with the same care and caution as dyeing your natural hair. This way, you protect the wigs from damage.
First, you need to make sure that your wig is clean. Wash your wig a day before you plan to dye it. Shampoo the wig and see to it that there are no dust or dirt particles on the wig. Thoroughly rinse the wig with cold deep wave hair
and let it dry within 24 hours. You can also a blow dryer on the wig, but remember to keep the dryer on low heat.
Before dyeing your new born free wigs, straighten out the tangles using a wide-toothed wig comb. Once the tangles are removed, separate the wig strands into sections and use pins to hold each section together. It is advisable that you separate wig strands according to the amount of strands that you can grasp with one hand.
If you're using a home dyeing kit, make sure that you follow the instructions on how mixing the dyeing substance. Once the solution is ready, put gloves on and place the new born free wigs on a wig stand. See to it that the wig is firmly attached to prevent the wig from sliding off.
Apply the dyeing solution to the top of the wig before coating the strands. Spread equal amounts of solution on all the strands, to ensure that the color throughout the wig remains even. Let the wig dry for 25 minutes and apply a light conditioner to the wig before styling. Dyeing new born free wigs can be tricky; make sure to carefully follow the procedure to achieve the best results.