What to Consider Before Dying Your Wig
''NEW SEASON, NEW ME'' might be tired, but you know what isn’t? A wig color change. One of the great things about wearing virgin human hair wigs is their versatility. Here it comes, the most common question: What to consider before dying your wig? In this post, you will find all the answers you're looking for:
1. Which Wigs are Good for Dying?
When it comes to the best results with dying wigs, you can't beat Hairvivi virgin human human hair lace wigs.
Natural glueless wigs are our best choice, because they haven't been processed with any chemicals, which will help make our hair dye last longer.
2. Should You Wash Your Wig Before Dying it?
As it turns out, most natural hair dyes are designed to work better on hair that is not freshly washed.
Feel free to wash your wig a day or two before your dye session.
3. What Should You Keep in Mind When Coloring?
- Always protect the lace.
- Don't dye without doing a strand test first.
- Make sure to do conditioning treatments and trim your wig if the ends are damaged.
- Make sure to time your color process.
- Never use heat to process your color.
- Don't hesitate to seek professional help if the desired look you're going for is complex.
4. When Can You Wash Your Wig After Dying it?
Experts hold that you should wait about 24–48 hours after dying your wig to wash it, allowing time for the hair color to set, and for your hair’s cuticle layer to close without risking any color fading.
For upkeep, hairstylists recommend using a color-depositing hair mask to maintain the slay, and keep your strands looking fresh.
5. How to Prevent Hair Color From Fading?
We know the pain of washing your wigs and watching the color slowly fade away. It’s like watching your money go down the drain.
- Use a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner.
- Add a heat protectant when styling wigs.
- Wash wigs in cool water.
- Avoid shampooing virgin hair wigs daily.
With this guide, you can confidently DIY your way to a new, fresh wig color!