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How to Dye Synthetic Hair Wigs & Synthetic Hair?

How to Dye Synthetic Hair Wigs & Synthetic Hair?

Dyeing for Synthetic Hair Wigs & Synthetic Hair is the same process and method. If you are running out of closet space to shop new wigs or you are just looking to freshen up an old synthetic wig, then you may have considered your wig dead. We do not recommend dying synthetic wigs as you run the risk of ruining your wig.

Synthetic wigs are more affordable than real human hair wigs and often come in a variety of fun colors and classic colors. The best thing is to buy a new wig in your desired color when you are getting bored with your current collection. But if you're looking for a quick DIY project and an aging wig is ready to risk, then read on!

Made Of Synthetic Hair Wigs & Synthe human hair wigs tic Hair

Made Of Synthetic Hair Wigs & Synthetic Hair

Synthetic Hair Wigs are made from processed fibers such as polyester, acrylic, nylon, and polyvinyl, making them difficult to color. These synthetic hair fiber materials do not contain the natural pigments that real human hair does, which means that regular hair dyes will not work on synthetic hair wigs. Instead, we recommended the use of fabric colors that are specifically made for polyester and synthetic materials.

You also have to keep in mind that synthetic hair wigs cannot be bleached. This means that any color you use should be darker than the wig. White wig, silver wig, and Nylon Hair wig sare usually the easiest to color.

What do you want to Dye

To color a synthetic hair wig, and synthetic hair you will need:

  • 1 heat resistant synthetic hair wig
  • Color Pigment / Hair Color
  • 1 bottle of cloth color (for polyester and synthetic hair fiber materials)
  • 1 large pot
  • A Gas Burner to Boil Water
  • RegularWater
  • Waste Newspaper
  • Disposable Hand Gloves
We also recommend that you wear old clothes that you do not like to protect your clothes or be dyed on the old bag. Also, make sure that the wig & hairpieces you die on are heat resistant. Move your wig to dye.

Here's how to Color a Synthetic Wig & Synthetic Hair:

Here's how to Color a Synthetic Wig & Synthetic Hair

Take protective measures. Throw on some old clothes or aprons and put on your favorite shirt or a pair of disposable gloves to avoid being dyed on your hands. 

If you have diarrhea on your hands, you can wash it with soap and water or a mixture of baking soda and water. Otherwise, he will pounce on himself in one to two weeks. We also recommend that you set up logs around your workspace to avoid damaging your floors.

Get a  big bowl pot of water to a boil. You want the pot to be large enough so that the wig you are dying can be fitted. Make sure you measure the amount of boiling water, for every 1 cup of water you will want to add about 3 teaspoons of cloth color.

Put dia in it Once the water is boiling, add cloth and reduce the water by boiling it.

Rinse your wig with water. Before adding the wig to the pot, you want to make sure that it is slightly moist so that it is easy to shade.

Add the wig to the pot. The more you leave your wig in the pot, the deeper it will be. Keep an eye on the wig and remove it when it has reached the color you want. Getting the right color can take anywhere from seconds to minutes, so don't wander off your wig.

Remove your wig from the pan and rinse with cold water until the water is clear.

Place the wig on the wig stand and allow it to air dry.

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A synthetic hair wigs dye is a delicate process and is not always known as planned. We do not recommend synthetic hair wig dies, although results can be very beneficial. Before you risk your wig, we recommend you browse the fictional color hair wig through the hairdo collection. You may just stumble upon the right new addition to your wig collection (and get to keep your old wig too).

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