How to Dye Your Brazilian Body Wave Hair?
Hi my beautiful friends! Do you know how to style your Beauty Forever hair extensions. In this video I have a beautiful Beauty forever hair customer to give us a hair dyeing tutorial on how to turn natural black Brazilian body wave to gorgeous Blonde hair.
Dyeing your hair at home can seem intimidating, but it is actually quite simple once you know what to do. It can also save you lots of time and money. How to dye your natural black Brazilian body wave hair bundles and closure into gorgeous, blonde hair color? For all girls who love hair extensions, Beauty Forever is very pleased to have our loyal customer ChristiJae give us a hair bleaching and dyeing tutorial.
ChristiJae ordered natural black Brazilian body wave hair 3bundles and a lace closure. Hair bundles sizes are 20" 22" 24" and a 18 inch hair closure. And here is her video of how to bleach the natural black hair weave and colored it into blonde hair.
How to Dye Brazilian Body Wave
1. Test the dye on a few strands of hair. With your fingers or a small paintbrush, apply the dye to a small section of hair. This should be somewhere that is not easily seen. Wait thirty or forty minutes. If you like the color, apply it to the rest of the Brazilian body wave. If you don’t like the color, try a different shade of hair dye.
2. Soak the Brazilian body wave in the dye. Place the Brazilian body wave in the bowl with the dye. With your hands, gently scoop the dye over the Brazilian body wave and spread it through the layers of the Brazilian body wave. Be gentle. Try not to roughly rub the dye into the Brazilian body wave.
3. Set the Brazilian body wave onto a Brazilian body wave stand. A Brazilian body wave stand will keep your Brazilian body wave's shape and style intact after you dye it. Place the Brazilian body wave on the stand as you would put it on your own head. Secure the Brazilian body wave to the stand using T-pins.
4. The dye might drip off of the Brazilian body wave. To prevent any stains on your furniture, you can put a towel or plastic tarp around the Brazilian body wave stand.
5. Brush through the hair. Use a comb or a Brazilian body wave brush to distribute the dye throughout the Brazilian body wave. Make sure that the dye is evenly applied to the entire Brazilian body wave. This will help the dyed hair look more natural.
6. Leave the Brazilian body wave to let the color set. Read the package on the dye to see how long you should leave it. In most cases, this will be thirty or forty minutes. If you can’t find this information, check the Brazilian body wave every ten minutes. When it has reached the right color, you can wash it. (If you do not have a Brazilian body wave stand, leave the Brazilian body wave in the bowl to set. Cover it with plastic wrap).
7. Washing the Hair
Shampoo the Brazilian body wave. Use a color-safe shampoo or a special Brazilian body wave shampoo. Place the Brazilian body wave under a tap with warm water to get rid of any excess dye before lathering the Brazilian body wave with shampoo. Rinse out the shampoo when you are done.
Apply conditioner to the tips of the Brazilian body wave. This will give extra shine to your Brazilian body wave. Avoid using any conditioner near the roots of your Brazilian body wave or else the hair might fall out. Rinse out the conditioner with cool or lukewarm water.
Pat the hair dry with a towel. Gently squeeze the Brazilian body wave with the towel to remove excess water. Place it back on the Brazilian body wave stand to dry.
Let the Brazilian body wave dry. You can let it air dry or you can use a hair dryer on a low setting. If you are air drying the Brazilian body wave, leave it on the stand until it is completely dry. If you are blow drying it, run the hair dryer up and down through your hair. Make sure that the Brazilian body wave does not overheat.
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