Any serious hair-addict knows the importance of precision when dying your remy human hair extensions. All the details matter, from achieving the perfect tone to the right highlighting technique. The goal is to create a freshly colored, tailor-made match for your unique look. Jet-black Pocahontas hair? Sexy sun-kissed blonde? It all comes down to a exact color science. And if you’re super picky, the process is pretty demanding, much like altering that one-of-a-kind Vera Wang dress. To ace all the adjustments the first time around, here’s some tips to dying your hair extensions-- regret-free!
The main rule to dying your remy human hair extensions is to go from lighter to darker, not darker to lighter. Doing the reverse will leave the strands dry and frazzled, killing the hair quality, your beauty investment and any dream you had of having shiny tresses that scream “damn girl!”. Save yourself the heartache. Always go darker because you’re safely adding pigment to the hair, while going lighter strips away pigment, leaving it thinner and weaker-- hello breakage!
This rule is especially vital when you’re dealing with remy human hair extensions, as it’s already been through a chemical process. On the other hand, virgin hair extensions that haven't yet popped their color cherry can be bleached lighter with less damage. Just don’t forget to use protection-- conditioning oil, of course...
How to get the right color
What you need for dying your hair extensions
A tint brush
Steps for dying your hair extensions
Follow these tips with a whole lot of TLC, and you’ll have freshly colored remy human hair extensions with minimal damage. If you don’t already have a set, you can find beautiful hair extensions, weaves and ponytails at KUMARI- all 100% Indian Remy Hair.
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