Yes, you can dye your human hair wigs.
Because human hair wigs are usually made of 100 percent real human hair, so it can be dyed and bleached.You can do anything with human hair wigs just like you can do to your natural hair. This includes dyeing, cutting, heat styling and chemically processing your human hair. Many girls and ladies dye wigs to get an exact match to their skin color. Here we have some tips for you all to remember when dying your human hair wigs:
- Take one piece of the hair,and do a strand test first. Even though you can dye your wigs, you should first test to see how they will handle the coloring process. If the human hair material is of good quality, it human hair wig will take color very well and have less issues.If the hair material is not in that good quality,then it will be very easy to have issues. Such as shedding, tangle, matted or breakage. So before you dye the human hair wigs,please deep condition the hair firstly, then dye a piece of hair for a test, if the hair take the color very well with no issue, then you can dye all of the rest whole hair wigs. After you dye the wigs, please deep condition the hair again and spray some hair treatment lotion with hair oil to protect the hair .
- Experts advise that you don’t attempt to dye non-Remy hair weaves. These wigs have been chemically treated, stripping the strand to its weakest. They are generally not string enough to be dyed.
- It may take multiple applications to lighten your wigs. To dye black wigs to blonde or light brown color, you must first strip the hair of its natural color. Then you must bleach the hair to
the desired shade. This may more than one try to get to the right color. As usual, do a strand test first to avoid ending up with a head full of orange locks.
To be honest,dying hair can damage the hair texture, and it will let your hair looks no nutrition including dry. So we don’t suggest you dye your human hair wig. If you really want to dye your human hair wigs,please ask the professional person for help.