Most women prefer buying expensive human hair wigs than very cheap synthetic wigs, what let them made such opt? because they can style, color human hair full lace wigs or lace front wigs just like their own hair. and human hair wigs are more natural-looking than synthetic wigs.but how can human hair wigs be dyed? here is the instruction on how to dye human hair wigs.
The first thing you will need is to prepare the dye. The next thing you need is a wig stand; otherwise, you will not be able to see the wig at all times. A nonmetal bowl is needed to mix the dye; metal bowls can change the color of the dye. A nylon brush is needed to apply the dye to every strand of hair on the wig evenly. Rubber gloves are needed to protect your hands so they will not be stained by the dye. You will need a wide-tooth comb so that you can comb the wig to make sure all the strands are coated with dye.
Preparing the full lace wig or lace front wig
You need to wash the wig at least 48 hours prior to you dying it so that you can get the build-up from chemicals out of the wig. You need the next 24 hours to allow the wig to completely air dry. The wig needs to be clean and dry before you can apply the dye to the hair. After the 48 hours have passed, you need to put the wig onto the wig stand and section it into four sections to allow for easy applying of the color, evenly onto all strands of hair.
Place the plastic gloves on your hands to protect your hand from the dye. Place a towel below your nonmetal bowl so that nothing is damaged. Pour the hair dye into the bowl followed by an equal amount of developer. You want an equal amount of each so that the dye is perfectly mixed and there is the necessary balance needed to produce the color you like.
Applying the Dye
Start at one of the two sections of the four sections you parted, you have to think of the crown of the wig as your roots. Start at the “roots” with the nylon brush and move all the way to the ends of the first section, repeat this for the remaining three sections. Take the wide-tooth comb and move from the front to backcombing the entire wig to make sure every strand is covered in dye. Let the dye then stand on human hair wigs for 20 to 25 minutes, to ensure the wig absorbs the color.
After the time has passed, you will need to rinse the dye out the wig with cool water, working from the bottom to the top. Then shampoo the wig and rinse; follow with a light-based conditioner that is rinsed out. You do not want to use a leave-in as it will weigh the wig down. After you remove the conditioner, you can wear the wig after it air-dried.