What happens if you bleach hair extensions?
Too much bleach can damage extensions
Regardless of how high the quality of your extensions are, too much bleach can still damage them to the point of no repair. Remember, bleach is an extremely strong chemical that has the ability to change the actual chemistry of hair.
Can you bleach Remy extensions?
You can’t bleach any hair extensions lighter (unless it’s pure virgin hair). This is because Remy hair is already chemically processed, so adding another chemical (the bleach) creates a different reaction that can affect the texture and quality of the hair.
Why are my extensions not bleaching?
Is your hair human? The first thing to look at is whether the hair extensions you want to dye are actually human hair. If they’re synthetic hair, you won’t be able to colour them because synthetic hair is made from plastic. If you’re not sure if your hair extensions are human or synthetic, you can do a burn test.
Can I bleach my Bellami hair extensions?
Dyeing may lead to shortening the lifespan of your BELLAMI’s and possibly cause damage if not done correctly. We also recommend not lightening or using any bleaching agents.
Do you dye your hair before or after extensions?
Color the Extensions Before Installing Them
Always color hair extensions before you install them into the hair. Not only will they be easier to work with when they’re not attached to the client’s head, it will save you (the stylist) time in the long run!
How can you tell if your hair extensions are human hair?
The Flame/Burn Test
This is the one foolproof way of knowing for sure whether the hair is real or synthetic; Pull a couple of long strands of hair out and hold them above a flame – make sure you use a lighter or an unscented candle. If the hair singes and burns upwards while smelling like burnt hair – it is real.