You may wonder: what happens to your hair when you send it off in a ziploc bag and envelope? Various organizations can list their donation process so you can understand what happens to it and how it becomes a wig. I wrote a separate post about how a wig is made, but this post will include … Continue reading The Donation Process
Once the manufacturer receives the hair or a request. Hair is sorted and unusable hair is sorted out. The donated hair will undergo a chemical bath at a lab or manufacturer which will prepare and sanitize the wigs for use. Then, the ponytails are sorted out so that it will look most natural and blend … Continue reading How Are Wigs Made?
This seems like a simple question with a simple answer. "Because it is a nice thing to do!" "I get to help a child in need!" Which is all true. However, you may not realize that by donating your hair and having it be made into a wig. It gives children suffering from hair loss … Continue reading Why Donate Your Hair?
As the word "permanent" implies, this hair dye is longer lasting than temporary and semi-permanent dye. The permanent hair dye is able to change the natural color of the hair (whether lightening or darkening.) The formula allows the color molecules to penetrate the hair cuticle and leave a permanent color deposit. Since the formula is … Continue reading Permanent Hair Dye
Although there seems to be only one letter to separate a semi-permanent and demi-permanent hair dye. There are a few differences that separate them from each other. Semi-permanent dyes are temporary dyes that do not require mixing. Does not contain bleach (cannot lighten hair); brings out more natural color and blends gray hair with natural … Continue reading Semi-Permanent & Demi-Permanent Hair Dyes