Can you dye a hair piece?

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rachybaby

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I have a 100% human hair piece but have gone a shade lighter since buying it. Can I have it dyed the same colour with it being real hair?
 

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I have always done this,but get it done by a pro.

The colour you use will not necessarily turn out the same,the hair piece maybe treated or virgin hair etc,a colour technician will be able to do this for you hth's x
 

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Thanks, was going to do it myself. Maybe not then!!!
 

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I personally wouldn't if you have your hair coloured in salon and the piece cost more than you can afford to loose iykwim :lol: xx
 

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I personally wouldn't if you have your hair coloured in salon and the piece was more expensive than you can afford to use iykwim :lol: xx



Hi there what do the instructions say that came with it ?
I wouldn't chance it unless you know if the instructions says you can,

Anyway lightening can go wrong so easily ,and you probably wont get an even color ,
If you did color it and it went ok , you would be very lucky, as hairdressers can sometimes run into difficulty's with hair pieces, because the pieces have been chemically treated and can go patchy
hth minky:)
 

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