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Originally posted by cosmogirl cosmogirl wrote:

yum, that sounds really good. I'm just stalking a couple of CV's and celebrities for inspiration http://www.rpgshow.com/glueless-jessica-full-lace-human-hair-wig-wavy-clw044s-p-4695.html

I really like the colour of the hair but I've seen youtube reviews and the wig comes more like a 27 and looks patchy Confused


Oooh, that is really pretty.  You will want someone with somewhat of a skill to do that job.  I'd say to use a lower volume developer where you see the color turning from a darker blonde to a lighter blonde (use 30 developer on the lighter ends.  Timing is key.

I'm sorry, but the color job in that Ytube shot is horrid. Ouch
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@cosmogirl thanks!!! And yes it does tend to get drier and knots get weaker but I use Wen on my units so I don't normally have alot of problems with dryness but yep the hair does get dryer with the lighter colors
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote cosmogirl Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb 11 2013 at 3:35pm
Originally posted by chatnoir chatnoir wrote:

Originally posted by cosmogirl cosmogirl wrote:

yum, that sounds really good. I'm just stalking a couple of CV's and celebrities for inspiration http://www.rpgshow.com/glueless-jessica-full-lace-human-hair-wig-wavy-clw044s-p-4695.html

I really like the colour of the hair but I've seen youtube reviews and the wig comes more like a 27 and looks patchy Confused


Oooh, that is really pretty.  You will want someone with somewhat of a skill to do that job.  I'd say to use a lower volume developer where you see the color turning from a darker blonde to a lighter blonde (use 30 developer on the lighter ends.  Timing is key.

I'm sorry, but the color job in that Ytube shot is horrid. Ouch

I know! I tried to find a couple of other video's for this wig - just in case she got a bad break but nooo they were all pretty dodgy.

I know it must be difficult doing these wigs en masse but a bit more blending would do wonders.
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Originally posted by ilovelife ilovelife wrote:

@cosmogirl thanks!!! And yes it does tend to get drier and knots get weaker but I use Wen on my units so I don't normally have alot of problems with dryness but yep the hair does get dryer with the lighter colors

@ilovelife The unit I had from Rex back in the day went really dry it was #27 on the ends & #4 at the roots. It was nice but I found #4 too 'red' and I ended up dyeing it and add more of a #3 to the roots I think.


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I know that dyeing the hair can make it drier but can it also change the texture?

I'm thinking of ordering a dyed Chinese unit but I'm also keen to try a light yaki.

Shall I just leave it at the dye job?
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I doubt that coloring a unit will change the texture of the hair
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Not to chime in, but dyeing can defffffo change the texture of hair. I've dyed my natural curly hair a lot in my life, and when I bleached it a few times and dyed it, it literally straightened my hair out lolll. I dunno if it's different with wigs, but i would maybe say if u have a curly unit, be careful of smoothing the hair out too much when dyeing it lighter and lighter in case it straightens the curl a little bit. That's just my two cents lolll.
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I thought it could change it a bit - I guess this would apply more for curly hair and silky straight may not be soooooo silky because of the hair drying out.

Has anyone bought a straight dyed chinese hair lace wig and how did it hold up?
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Are you asking whether the texture will change or are you asking will the pattern of the hair will change? I consider texture to be light yaki, kinky straight or silky, etc....

And pattern is considered to me to be either deep wave, body wave, curly etc....
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@starliteboo yes, I wondered if the texture of the hair changed. Back in the day I remember buying dyed BSS hair the hair was always silky straight out the packet but after it was washed it was never as straight as the other hair #4 that I was blending it with. 

This was BSS hair so not certain if this would apply to virgin (then dyed) hair direct from a CV.

I'm used to wearing CVR but thinking of venturing into Chinese light yaki' but I don't want the hair to 'big' and out of control.

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