How to Color Full Lace and Lace Front Wigs

How to Color Full Lace and Lace Front Wigs

Human hair wigs not only can be make any styles you like, you can dye color to what you like as well.Whether lighter or darker colors, you can get a new look by coloring your wig color. Before dying the wig, you should understand that any damage to the hair can’t be repaired, and that you won’t be able to bleach hair or dye wig more than once. like your own hair,once you dyed a color,you must remove the color before you dye to other color,but wigs color almost can’t be removed easily.However, you can take a few precautions to prevent severe damage to the hair and soil wig cap.
Human hair wigs can be made to full lace wigs,lace front wigs and varied style wigs,but full lace wig and lace front wig is the most popular.
1.Apply a deep conditioner to the wig at least one week before you intend to dye it, and don’t wash it prior to dying. The conditioner will hydrate and smooth the cuticle, helping to repair any existing damage and allowing the dye to penetrate evenly across the wig.

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2.Pin the wig securely to a wig form.

3.Divide the hair into four sections -- top, both sides and back -- and secure each of them with an alligator clip.

4.Prepare the cream hair dye according to the manufacturer’s directions. Cream dyes will give you greater control over dye placement, preventing dying or damage to the scalp of the wig.

5.Free the top section of hair. If you complete this section first, you can work on the other sections in any order that suits you.

6.Cut five or six pieces of foil as long as the hair plus 2 inches. Because you’re dying the hair, you can foil larger chunks of hair than you would if you were highlighting.

7.Separate a thin section of hair from the top of the free section of hair and place the foil underneath it, aligning it with the scalp.

8.Brush on the dye, working from root to tip. Avoid the wig cap and immediately remove any dye that does get on the wig cap with a damp cloth.

9.Fold any excess foil extending beyond the ends of the hair upward, and continue folding the foil in 2-inch sections until you reach the base of the hair.

10.Repeat Steps 7 through 9 for the rest of the hair in that section.

11.Repeat Steps 5 through 10 for the rest of the wig.

12.Allow the dye to set for the manufacturer’s recommended amount of time.

13.Remove each foil packet, working from the base of the wig to the crown.

14.Place the full lace wig or front lace wig form into a tub or sink and rinse off the dye until the water runs clear. Allow the hair to air dry naturally.

15.Wait the manufacturer’s recommended amount of time before washing the wig as you usually do. Switch to a shampoo and conditioner for your colored full lace wig or front lace wig hair to protect both the color and the hair.

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  UserName:Brittany Brewer
  Comment:I am happy with the 2 lace wigs I've recieved but one of my closures was shedding and the other one was just perfect (I gave 4 stars because one of my pieces did shed)!! But over all good hair...
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  Comment:The lace front wig looks just like the picture. The hair is nice and soft. I can't wait to get it installed! The seller was great and answered all of my questions very fast! Fast shipping too!