Recently, VPFashion sent me a set of their gorgeous human hair extensions. My hair was currently a silvery blonde and I was determined to dye them to match my hair. I had some difficulties, mostly with my own hair, but I decided to share my entire experience since in hopes that it’s helpful.
The first thing I did was dye my new extensions. This process is so easy and painless, and the extensions really did come out perfectly. I used Wella Color Charm T-18 Lightest Ash Blonde along with the Wella 050 Cooling Violet. Just using these two together will dye the extensions to a perfect silver color. Unfortunately for me, the extensions a slightly more blue base, and my hair was slightly more purple based so I wasn’t 100% happy with the match.
I brought my extensions along to show him what color I was trying to match. He advised me that it would be better to tone the extensions to be a bit more purple, and we’d continue with my hair having the purple undertones. To get the extensions a little more purple toned, I used Overtone Pastel Purple Go Deep on them. I just took each piece and got it wet then massaged the conditioner into it and let it sit for about 10 minutes before rinsing. The purple dye helped a lot since before going silvery blonde I had been dying my hair lavender, so it still had those undertones.
My stylist has been dying my roots so they have an ombre effect and so I can go months without getting them re-done. I’m not loving the color of my roots right now, but the dyed part of my hair actually matched the extensions pretty well!
I might end up re-dying these extensions since silver is just so hard to get on my own hair without it turning too blue. I wish my hair dyed as nicely as these extensions! I’m so impressed with the quality of VP Fashion extensions. This is my first set of the human hair extensions and I give them high marks on everything. The texture is soft, easy to dye, and easy to style! I have 2 sets of the Mixdyeable extensions that I love too. I did a few previous posts on the Mixdyeable extensions if you’re interested in finding out more about them!
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