Custom-colored hair extensions are great for tailoring your extension look to your natural hairstyle—or to your desired color alternative. But alongside that extra benefit comes additional maintenance, necessary to preserve your extension quality and to ensure that your color lasts. It is important to remember that Donna Bella hair extensions are already pre-colored to our existing range of shades, and that any custom color job is an additional process that alters the structure of the hair shaft, predisposing it to...
When it comes to coloring your hair extensions, there are various methods and tools you can use. Depending on the permanence of the look you want, the shade you’re trying to accomplish, or the shade of your natural hair, different color products and combinations will bring about different results. Within the varying subcategories of custom coloring, we occasionally get asked about using toner on hair extensions. It’s a good question. Toner—occasionally called gloss—is a semi-permanent color. Unlike semi-permanent color that...
Ready to unleash your inner blonde? Take a look at these popular golden colors, then head over to our Color Takeover Portal and learn how to color your extensions the Donna Bella way! Champagne Blending with DB Extensions: 27/613 (Light Blond with Strawberry) 60 (Platinum Ash Blond) Ombre 12/60 Coloring with Joico Color Intensities: 8% Red 19% Yellow 11% Indigo 12% Soft Pink 50% Titanium Silver Blending with DB Extensions: 60 (Platinum Ash Blond) Silver Ombre 1B/60 Ombre 1B/Silver Coloring...
Whether you’re a current redhead or an aspiring one, we’ve got the tips you need to achieve these popular ruddy looks. Check out our new Color Takeover Portal for extension coloring tutorials, formulas, and information to get started! Cherry Blending with DB Extensions: - 27A (Dark Gold Blond) - 27/613 (Light Blond with Strawberry) - 32 (Cherry) - 60 (Platinum Ash Blond) - 600 (Blond) Coloring with Joico Color Intensities: - 10% Ruby Red - 13% Red - 25% Orange...
When it comes to creating an ombre effect, there are many factors to consider. What colors you want, how smooth you want your transition to look, and the color of the original hair all come into play. Fear not! Here’s a list of dos and don’ts for working with ombre combinations to help you pull off the effect with flying colors (no pun intended)! Do: Match your skin tone - this goes for any hair coloring job, but try to avoid...