A Beginner’s Guide to Dye with 613 Blonde Lace Wig

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Wigs are the key to styling in 2019. With the trend skyrocketing, all the youth are moving towards wigs that provide them with a natural look for the prom. Dyeing your natural hair can be a nightmare when you look at the disadvantages. You wouldn’t want to make your hair bad for one day of fame at the prom dance. With the 613 blonde lace wig, now you can leave all your worries aside as this natural hair wig would make you look just as dope without the disadvantages.

The dyeing process for natural and synthetic hair wig is entirely different. Thanks to the 100% authentic human hair used on the 613 blonde lace wig, you would already be aware of the basics of dyeing. Since it is a wig, you would need some minor tools and equipment to color it.

Pre-requisites

After deciding to dye your 613 blonde, you need to get the following items to get your desired hair color quickly for the last minute prom preparations –

  1. A bob head to place your wig on
  2. Hair Dye
  3. Comb
  4. Color Brush
  5. Gloves
  6. 20 Volume hair developer

The Steps

Choosing the Dye

  • Since the 613 blonde lace wig is the lightest shade of color, you won’t have to worry about damaging your wig hair by dyeing it. Fabric dye is not healthy for the wig. You can buy human hair dye from any drug store near you.

Mixing the Dye

  • Put your rubber gloves on to prevent skin irritation while dyeing your hair.
  • Now add the 20 Volume developer into a clean mixing bowl.
  • Pour the human hair dye of any color you desire in the mixing bowl.
  • Use the hairbrush to mix the 20 volume developer and hair color added in equal parts till you get a color shade slightly darker than the one you desire to have on your wig. The hair dye packet also comes with instructions about how much developer you need to add to the color.
  • If your wig hair is quite long, then you might need two packets of hair dye to color your hair thoroughly.
  • Do not use a metal bowl to mix your color as it can oxidize the dye leading to poor results.

Dyeing your wig

  • First color a few strands of your hair in parts that are not easily visible like the base of the hair. Leave the dye on for 40-45 minutes and let it dry. Rinse the colored strands to check the color and tone of the wig. If you don’t like the color, then you can easily switch the hair dye without damaging your wig.
  • Now when the shade of color is appropriate, you can quickly put the wig on the bobbing head or an inverted round surface bowl for your comfort. With your rubber gloves, scoop some of the mixtures of hair dye and developer and apply it gently on the wig without rubbing it intensely.
  • Try to avoid coloring the wig base cap for a more natural top look.
  • Secure the wig on the bob head and gently comb through the dye applied on the wig as you would do while dyeing your hair. Make sure that the color is spread evenly across the hair. This will give you a more natural dyed look on your wig.
  • Leave the wig and let the hair dye to dry for a minimum of 30-40 minutes or till the right shade of color is visible.

Washing the Wig

  • Simply wash your dyed wig with the help of shampoo. There are special shampoos available for after color usage to keep the color shade intact. Most color safe shampoo brands are also entirely, wig friendly.
  • Use conditioner at the tips of your wig hair to give it a shinier look. Avoid using conditioner at the base as this might lead to the natural hair falling off from the cap.
  • Gently dab the wig with a towel to remove the dripping water from it. Simply put the washed hair again on the bob head and let it dry.

After the wig is dry, you can quickly put it on and do a pre-prom photoshoot with your prom dress.

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