Using wigs not only provides you a quick style change, additionally, it may protect hair from daily manipulation. However, I do enjoy wearing my afro. But, I am wedded and that's not what my husband married. My locks is on my own body and blah blah blah. But, that is changing things that fascinated my husband to me. That is like my hubby being attracted to very large Nicki Minaj like butts and I go get a butt lowering. So, going from straight comfortable (and bad) wild hair to natural was a 12 months long discourse/fight with my husband. But, he saw how passionate I used to be about going natural. So, I still need to keep it womanly and attractive all while being natural.
Protecting it from heating: Hot tools aren't good for any color head of hair, but they're especially intimidating to blonde mane. But since you're likely to style hair regardless, it's essential to minimize the damage. Depending on hair type and desire, try a warmth protecting cream, squirt, or balm to struggle damage-and keep color from fading on top of that.
Wild hair colouring is quite a costly affair and it really can be heartbreaking when you wild hair colour fades away fast. Now, a money-saving trick would be to just bleach hair at the salon. Bleaching your hair means dying it blonde, it is because Indian head of hair already has a dark pigment and therefore can't absorb lighter pigments like blue or pink. So your hair is changed blonde/white to accept these colours. Bleaching is challenging and hence it's recommended you get it done by a professional rather than on your own. However the shade dyeing bit is not hard and can be carried out at home. You just have to get the dye, use it, keep it on for some time or overnight and then wash it off and condition. I personally recommend ‘Manic Panic'. Carrying it out by yourself also comes hand when the colour fades and you need a touch up!
Now, when it is time to remove the head of hair extensions you can do it in several various ways. The quickest way is always to cut them out, however that could leave with quite a short do. A more preferable method, most likely, is always to let your stylist take them out. When you have synthetic locks, the area that is bonded will be heated up slightly which will release the glue's hang on the wild hair. With natural extensions a special solvent is applied to the connection which helps to release the connection. From there the ball is in your court. If everything was done properly as well as your natural hair and scalp continues to be in good condition, you might choose to have new extensions added on a single day. If there is damage to either, it would be advisable to repair the challenge before adding more mane.
Bobbi: Instead of paying to color it again, get one of these DIY highlight enhancer, which revives color with natural tints. Brunettes should rinse with 2 cups of cool dark-colored coffee over damp locks in the shower; leave on for 10 minutes, then shampoo. If you're a blonde, use 3 cups of cooled chamomile tea throughout damp hair; wait 15 minutes before shampooing. Redheads, add 1 cup of rose sides (from a health-food store) to 2 cups of boiling drinking water, let cool, then leave on moist head of hair for 20 minutes before cleansing.