If you’ve been admiring a hair color for a while, go for it. Hair coloring has always played a major part in hair trends that have influenced fashion-conscious ladies. It may seem overwhelming to dye your hair at home, but it is actually rather simple if you are know-how. If you don’t want to commit, you may always try a virgin deep wave closure wig to avoid damaging your natural hair. How do you transform your plain old jet black closure into the hair color of your dreams? Here is a step by step DIY on how to dye deep wave closure safely from the comfort of your home:
Test-Drive a Few Strands
Experiment with the dye on a few strands of hair. Apply the color to a small section of hair using your fingers or a brush. This should be tucked away in an undetectable part of your mane. Allow the color to work its way into the hair shaft for at least thirty minutes. Apply the color to the rest of the virgin deep wave closure wig if you like it. Consider a different shade if you don’t like the color.
Soak Up The Hairpiece
Soak the human hair 4×4 closure wig in the dye for half an hour. Put the body wave wig in a bowl along with the dye. Gently scoop the dye over the wig and spread it between the tresses with your hands. Make sure to treat your hair with tenderness, love, and care. Try not to press the color into the deep wave closure too vigorously.
Let The Color Set
After applying color to your deep wave closure, cover them gently with a plastic tarp or a shower cap to let the color sink in. Allow the dye to process at room temperature for the time provided on the instructions, which is usually between 20 and 40 minutes.
While the color sits to process, check a tiny piece of the virgin deep wave closure wig by gently rubbing the color off every five to ten minutes. After examining, re-apply the color with your color brush, and make sure that damp hair appears darker than dried hair. Also, your hair is dry after the process is completed, and the color of your hair is perfect to evade any damp hair illusion.
Rinse The Hair
Rinse the color out of your human hair 4×4 closure wig using cool (not cold) water, carefully working the excess dye out with a fine-toothed brush or your fingers. The water must run in the direction in which your hair normally falls. A vigorous washing should take 15–20 minutes at the very least. If you’re not sure about removing all of the colors, keep rinsing.
Shampoo your hair with a color-safe shampoo. Rinse the body wave closure under a faucet with lukewarm water to remove excess dye before slathering it with shampoo. Rinse out the shampoo after you’re done. Condition the body wave closure’s tips. This will provide extra sheen and manageability. If you use conditioner at the roots of your hair, it could cause the hair to fall out. Concentrate the conditioner only at the ends. Use Cool or lukewarm water, to rinse away the conditioner.
Pat The Hair Dry
Allowing your hair to air dry is a terrific way to reduce the heat damage that blows dryers may cause. However, air-drying your hair is time-consuming, and who has time to sit around and wait? Using a blow dryer properly on a low setting can actually be healthier for your hair than simply letting it air dry. It should come as no surprise that frying your hair with heat is bad for your precious locks. So make sure to follow these tips to avert excessive heat.
- We suggest never utilizing the high heat settings of your blow dryer
- Keep the hairdryer at least 6 inches away from your head and constantly move the blow dryer.
- Some heat damages are unavoidable. To reduce some of the damage, we recommend using a heat-protectant spray.
That’s all there is to it! Deep-dyeing your virgin deep wave hair is a simple at-home procedure that you can master in no time. However, if you wish to lighten or enhance your human hair piece, seek the advice of a professional hairstylist. You can try, but it’ll be a more difficult and time-consuming process. Before you get yourself started, triple-check that the hairpiece you’re using is real human hair. Synthetic hair cannot be successfully dyed, at least with this method.