How to dye the human hair wig

Before we dye the hair, please buy any hair dye of your favorite color in the store according to your preference to change the color of the wig. And note that you need to wear disposable rubber gloves during the dyeing process to protect your hands from irritation and colorant staining.

Step 1: Fix the wig in a suitable position, such as on the model head stand. The dye may drip from the wig. To prevent stains from appearing on your furniture, you can place a towel or plastic tarp around the wig stand. If you don't have tools to hold your wig in place, you can use the soaking method, where you dye your wig in a pool of water.

Step 2: Divide the wig into 4 parts and tie 4 buns on the wig with headbands. 2 on the bottom of the wig and 2 on top. This will make it easier to manage when brushing your dyed wig and preserve the hair strands that are currently undyed. If your wig is longer or more numerous, please divide it into as many parts as possible so that you can dye the wig step by step and make the dyeing more even.

Step 3: Test the dye on a few strands of hair. Use your fingers or a dye brush to apply the dye to a small section of your hair. Conduct the test where it is not easily visible. Wait 30 or 40 minutes. If you like the color, apply it to the rest of the wig. If you don't quite like it, try a different color hair dye. Also, if you have particularly sensitive skin, do an allergy test before applying dye to your wig. Apply a little of the dye to the back of your hand and watch for 30-40 minutes. If your skin is irritated, use a different brand of dye.

Step 4: Apply the dye to your hair. Starting at the base of the wig, take sections of hair and brush the dye into the hair, from roots to ends. After applying it evenly, continue repeating until the hair is dyed. You can also dye your wig by soaking it in a bowl of dye. Gently scoop the dye onto the wig with your hands and work it into all layers of the wig. Be gentle. Try not to rub the dye into the wig roughly.

Step 5: Use a comb to comb your hair. Once the hair is completely coated with dye, use a comb or wig brush to distribute the dye throughout the wig and make sure the dye is evenly applied throughout the wig. This will help the dyed hair look more natural, which is key when it comes to human hair wigs.

Step 6: Leave the wig for 30-40 minutes to allow the color to set. Read the packaging of the dye to find out how long it should sit. In most cases this takes about half an hour to an hour. If you can't find this information, check your wig every 10 minutes. When the right color is achieved, it's time to wash. If you don't have a wig stand, secure the wig in a bowl and cover with plastic wrap.

Step 7: Wash and dry the wig.Use a color-safe shampoo or a specialty shampoo made specifically for human hair wigs. Wash the wig under warm water under the tap to remove excess dye. Then apply conditioner to the tips of the wig. This will give your wig an extra shine. Avoid using any conditioner near the roots of a lace front wig, as it may damage the knots that hold the hair in place. Rinse conditioner with cold or warm water. Pat your hair dry with a towel and blow dry. Gently squeeze the wig with a towel to remove excess moisture. Then air dry naturally or blow-dry your hair in sections with a hair dryer on low heat. Some unstable stains will be discolored by a hair dryer, so it is recommended to dry them naturally.