Vietnamese hair is more the thickness, darkness and concentrated levels of pigment lower with other Asian hair. That means it can holding on to the colour is very good.
Vietnamese women tend to have golden skin tones, so they look best with warm shades like golds, coppers and reds. Your safest bet is to choose a warm tone in the gold or caramel range.
Even with colour, Vietnamese hair is quite resilient and doesn’t dry out as easily as other hair types. However, you should still use a good conditioning treatment after colouring.
How to Ombre Hair
If you have Vietnamese virgin hair:
- Choose a shade of permanent hair colour that is two (three levels max) lighter than your natural colour. Stay away from anything too blonde and stick with a warm, tone-on-tone colour.
- Part your hair in four sections. (Divide it from ear to ear and from the middle of your forehead to the middle of the nape of your neck.) Using elastic bands, section off the last third of the hair length—the ends of the hair in each section.
- Apply the colour to the sectioned off ends and let it sit for approximately 20 minutes.
- Remove the elastic bands and spread the colour about an inch above the pre-sectioned spot, where the elastic bands used to be. Take your time—you need a seamless transition from dark to light, NOT a stripe around the bottom circumference of your hair. Once you’re happy with the blending, let the colour sit for another 10 minutes.
- Wash your hair, condition and style as normal.
If your hair already has a dark permanent dye in it, I suggest seeing a professional’s advice. Colour cannot lift colour. Don’t worry about that. Let come to Vietnam Remy Hair Co.,Ltd you can get a quality human hair weave and have it colored hair whichever color you want.
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