1Wash the human hair wig to remove any product buildup or dirt and oils. Allow the wig to air-dry, or blow-dry 24 hours before coloring the wig.
2Use a large-tooth comb to separate the human hair into four sections. Comb the human hair wig to eliminate tangles.
3Use an at-home coloring system. Mix the color mixture in a plastic bowl or add system contents to the bottle provided. The process is easy: Simply follow
the directions provided by the manufacturer. In most cases, you must combine a colorant to a color developer. An after-color conditioner will be applied later.
4Mix content thoroughly and then put on gloves. Open a window for ventilation.
5Place the human hair wig on a Styrofoam mannequin head, if available. Pull down on the human hair wig to secure to the head. Avoid pulling the
hair, as the wig may slide off the mannequin head.
6Add color, starting at the top of the wig. Think of the top of the wig, where it is woven or sewn into the cap or lining, as the root of the wig. Always
apply from the top and move around the crown of the human hair wig. Once the crown is covered, move down each section, working your way to
the ends of the human hair.
Then move to the next section.
7Allow the dye to sit for no more than 25 minutes. Human hair is subject to drying, breakage and loss of sheen. Avoid overprocessing your
human hair wig by following the directions provided.
8Aid a light conditioner to the hair for 3 minutes. Dry and then style as needed.