Are you looking for the new hair look? Then you should consider investing in Brazilian hair bundles. Sunber Brazilian hair is 100% virgin human hair, it can be bleached, dyed, permed, styled and you can achieve a variety of hairstyles and hair colors to wear 100% Brazilian hair. But do you know how to dye your Brazilian hair? Let’s go to solve this question.
Dyeing your Brazilian hair weave is an easy, safe way to experiment with hair color without damaging your natural hair. Whether you want to dye your extensions darker, bleach them blonde, or try a bright color like red or blue, make sure to use clean, Brazilian virgin hair to get the best results. Your new hair color is going to look great.
Which Type Of Color Should Be Used For Which Hair?
Most women are perplexed when dyeing for the first time. They are used to certain color schemes and most likely want to try certain nuances. But, keep in mind that there are certain preferences (or should we say ideal choices) when it comes to pairing hair types and colors.
Here are some of the best colors for specific types of virgin Brazilian hair items:
Bordeaux is the ideal color for this product. It is very elegant so it is amazing for special occasions.
Some people love to dye this hair into dark brown. Although it is the best matching nuance, it is not the most popular one so you may seem a bit more flamboyant colors such as blonde.
When it comes to this particular type of hair, it matches well with rose gold. It is really extravagant but also very jovial.
Brazilian natural wave is really simple and straightforward. Because of that, it matches well with simple combinations such as black and light brown.
When it comes to this hair, it is best to try honey tea. The color is very light and unassuming and you will have a lot of fun with it.
What Tools You Will Need
- Brazilian Hair Bundles
- Hair developer and hair color
- A brush
- A color bowl
- Plastic wrap
- A towel
- Aluminium foil
- A wide tooth comb.
Step-By-Steps To Dye Your Brazilian Hair Bundles
The first very obvious step is purchasing the dye, gloves, and developer from a beauty store or a salon assuming you have the rest of the requirements with you. You are discouraged to buy them from a box at any drug store as it poses challenging to match the colors.
Your next priority is gently combing through the extensions using a wide tooth comb to ensure you get rid of any tangles. If you have any stylish products applied on your hair make sure you wash them off ahead of time before the color application.
After the disentangling and washing process is over, dry your hair thoroughly to ensure a perfect process. Hair dryers are not the best choice. You are advised to allow them to dry up naturally. Most preferably the night before the process to ensure uniform drying.
The next step entails preparation of the hair color mixture. To ensure you protect your hands, put on gloves before this step. Ensure you follow the user preference that came along with the two main ingredients (the developer and hair color) before you mix them in the applicator bottle.
You should then close the bottle and rigorously shake it to ensure thorough mixing of the chemicals.
After the mixture is ready, it’s now time to coat every strand of your Brazilian hair extensions with the dye. In this step, users prefer applying excessive dye to using less dye that will not be enough. You are supposed to comb through the extensions to ensure even spread of the hair color.
When done with the dying process, cover your hair with a towel and make sure you have read the instructions thoroughly to know the allotted time they should stay with the covering.
In this step, you are expected to rinse excessive color from the hair bundles. Warm water is most preferred to ensure eased and faster rinsing of the color.
After you get rid of all color apply conditioner to ensure even application of the conditioner and to moisturize your tresses, it is important to comb through your extensions after using the conditioner. To get rid of the conditioner, wash out using cold water. This wash off helps make the hair look shiny and also seals the hair coloring.
After all these steps, you are supposed to dry your hair. Air drying is the most preferred method to dry as it preserves moisture and makes your hair look shiny.
For those that love fastened activities. A diffuser or a hair dryer in this step could come in handy with no major effects to ensure your Brazilian hair is well dried.
Video Tutorial Of Steps To Dye Brazilian Straight Hair
These steps are simple and easy to apply. I hope these hair coloring tips can help you perfectly to dye your Brazilian virgin hair bundles. Remember, just like your natural hair, the more you dye your Brazilian hair, the drier and brittle it becomes. Once you’ve dyed your Brazilian weave, you need to maintain it so the color remains bright and vibrant, and the hair undamaged and healthy.
We recommend that you only dye the hair once or twice. Give your Brazilian virgin hair a completely new dimension and step out looking and feeling fabulous today. Try doing it, you can have a new look and ensure you look classy with your fabulous looking tresses!