perubian hair FAQS
What is the difference between Processed Remy vs Unprocessed Virgin Remy?
Processed Remy hair : This hair has been dyed and processed with keratin treatment to create a silky coating and texture.
Unprocessed Virgin Remy hair : Hair has been thoroughly cleansed and carefully selected to provide the best hair possible.
Individual color and texture may vary because it remains in its natural form.
What is the correct method to dye the hair to achieve desired color?
There are two different types of hair dye ,have one can use. There is a permanent color and a semi-permanent color. The difference between these two are that permanent color last longer than semi-permanent color.
Permanent color penetrate through the cortex of the hair fiber creating a longer lasting dye. However, color such as red, burgundy, and purple will fade away even with the use of a permanent dye.
Below are some examples as to why you may not be achieving the desired color:
Dye Mixture — The dye mixture and peroxide must be mixed together.yet, color may not be visible if you only use one or the other, or when the two formulas are not a match.
Color #5 used by hair stylists but it is different from weave and wig color. When dyeing #5 and #8 to a light brown, use volume 40 bleach. Various hair type and color
also have specific bleach product that are available as well.
What type of bleach should I use?
Depend on the original hair color and the lighter color you want to achieve, it is recommend to use volume 10~volume 40 (3%-12%) bleach. The higher the volume of peroxide, the light hair will become.