Human hair toppers are widely used nowadays by those who want to thicken existing hair or those who are suffering from hair loss.
Changing the color of hair toppers will be part of your routine so it is essential to learn how to do it well. Today’s tutorial is going to guide you step-by-step on how to dye a human hair topper properly. The product we use today is ST-2 human hair topper as attached below. Let’s check it out!
What tools are needed?
– BW2 bleach
– 30 volume developer
– Mixing stick
– Clips for sectioning hair
– Combs and brush
The product showed in the video is our ST-2 stock hair toppers for women. While it is not available yet, you can place a custom order for a similar silk base hair topper from us.
How to color customize hair toppers
Step 1: Mix the hair dye in a plastic bowl (metal bowls can oxidize your dye. Do not use one.)
Step 2: Pin the hair topper onto a mannequin head and part it into 4 equal sections with clips.
Step 3: Pull a section of hair taut and create a teased area at the roots. Weave out the portion you want to apply color to.
Step 4: Paint only the surface of the hair, keeping the brush as parallel as possible.
Step 5: Create “points of light” with the lightning agent and saturate where you want to see the lighter color.
Wait about 30 minutes for the color to change. We recommend checking the hair dye every 10 minutes.
Step 6: Rinse and wash the hair with purple shampoo and conditioner. Repeat this step about 3 times. (Lukewarm water is recommended so that the pores are opened just right.)
Step 7: Blow-dry the hair completely. Remember not to use an overly hot hairdryer setting.
After coloring, it’s time to style. You can style the hair in any way according to your customer’s individual needs. Just keep in mind that you should not use high heat settings or apply heat from a curling iron for too long.
That’s a complete guide on how to dye a human hair topper properly. We recommend you follow it to achieve the most gorgeous results.
Are you also experienced in this field? Any ideas about this topic are welcome! Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your experience.