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Gooooood Morning my beautiful people!
Today I wanted to jump into the post and talk all about hair extensions! Love them BUT getting them to match perfectly can be sooo frustrating! Especially for me! I feel like because of the way I tone and bleach my hair, it is never quite the same blonde so my hair extensions don’t always match. Having your hairstylist tone them to match your hair can be expensive and damaging. When you have already spent a lot of money on your extensions the last thing you want to do is damage them or pay even more money for them to match! Am I right? Sooo when I was presented with the opportunity to work with Schwarzkopf color ULTÎME® I thought “Hmmmm, I wonder?” Soo I tested this hair color out on my hair extensions AND ABSOLUTELY FELL IN LOVE!
I like the Schwarzkopf color ULTÎME® hair dye for several reasons.
- It’s affordable! I purchased mine at Walmart for $10!!! I’ll post a picture of the aisle I found it in at the end.
- It’s super easy and quick.
- I love that you get a “True to box” color result, I got shade 15.0 extreme lightner.
- You get vibrant, long lasting color.
- Your hair is so shiny after using.
- It’s the most fashionable & vibrant hair color that defies fading for up to 9 weeks of color shine.
Okay onto coloring your extensions!
- Tie an elastic around the top of your extensions so clips hang out at the top. You will dye everything below the elastic.
- Apply the product to hair.
- Let develop
- Wash out!
Haha it’s that easy!!!
The only thing you need to be mindful of is not getting color on or washing the hair extension clips or the inch of hair below the clips. The reason for this is to keep the extension hair sewn into the clips. The more wear and tear on the clips the more likely your extensions will shed.
I hope you guys enjoyed this tutorial! Just out of curiosity I want to know if any of you have used boxed dye? Comment below your answers as well as any questions you might have! As promised below is the picture of the product in Walmart.