Charissacasii
3 years ago5,000+ Views
dying extensions
So unfortunately I don't have pictures of the actual process but it basically the same as dying your own hair. anyway one day I was very bored so I decided to have fun with dying hair except I didn't want to dye my hair or my extensions. In the past I would go to sally to buy design lengths 14 inch 2 piece set (they are two 1 clip extensions) for 11 dollars. The only problem they only have a small selection of dark brown red blonde pink and believe blue I maybe wrong bout that one. Also another thing these 2 piece set by design lengths are much better quality of hair and made better then the full set which I just find weird. back to the topic of this post it was disappointing that the color selection was so small and that it only came in 14 inchs but I made that work. I decided to dye them on the package it say do not dye but since it's real hair it's fine. What I used two packages of design lengths blonde 2 piece extensions. Revlon black, burgundy, and light red hair dye. cookie pan tin foil (to dye extensions and wrap the extensions in when waiting) plastic bags (covered the cookie pan in the bags first then covered with tin foil because we use it cook.) left on for about 20 mins or longer. I kept an eye on hair to see if everything was ok. After 20 mins it looked fine so I washed it out then used the after conditioner and blow dryed. I only did an ombre effect on one of the extensions the rest are dyed black I'm super excited todo this again any questions just ask.
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I like this method. Dying extension seems easier than real hair. You also don't have to live with the color if you don't like it.
3 years ago·Reply
I like it too and you switch colors all the time sometimes I do red sometime I do the black or brown or just not at all. It's pretty fun to mix it up every now and then.
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