Thursday, October 18, 2007

Lace Front Wigs - Coloring

Many clients purchase our virgin hair and would like to personalize the color to their specific needs... we think this is a great idea!!

Miss MyMy Virgin hair has not been chemically processed in any way other than cleaning and sterilization so it is the ideal hair for doing whatever you want. But before moving forward with processing lace wigs, you should know a little about hair and color.

We recommend that you take the unit to a stylist who specializes in color but if you don't want to do that and feel like you can do it yourself please read the following before starting. We do not make any guarantees and do not accept any responsibility for your results. This article is purely for your information.

For anyone to be successful in altering hair color of their lace wig, it is essential that the base color and pigmentation be understood. It is also important to understand all the factors related to the hair of your lace wig that can affect the outcome of your color.

The cortex of the hair contains the melanin of the hair. The higher the concentration of melanin in the hair, the darker the hair will be. There are two types of melanin Eumelanin which is found in black and brunette hair and Phaeomelanin found in blonde and red hair. A mixture of the two different types of melanin can be found at the same time in many people.

The cortex determine the thickness, elasticity and strength of the hair as well as being responsible for housing the hairs natural color pigments.

To speak with a Miss MyMy customer representative about coloring lace wigs,
please call 1-866-886-8927.