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When you want to change the color of your hair, the best way to do it is to try a colored weave. Indian hair weaves tend to be the best to color since they are healthier than other types. When you color an Indian weave, the result is a more striking color that will also last longer thanks to the luster of the hair itself.

Characteristics of Blonde Virgin Indian Hair

All of the blond Indian weave bundles that we have here at Donmily are all made from natural 100% virgin human hair. This means that they tend to have characteristics that are unique to human hair. These include the following:

• The color on the blonde weaves in our collection is a perfectly defined blonde that you may have seen referred to as color 613. This color is enhanced further by the soft luster and thickness that is characteristic of Indian Hair.

• You can easily change the color of this weave to any other color you choose through dyeing or bleaching. You can also curl, straighten and perm the hair as needed, allowing you to change your hair style as often as you need to.

• The blonde Indian weave is made from 100% unprocessed natural hair and is therefore very durable. It can last for up to a year with proper care.

How to Care for your Blonde Indian Hair Weave

It is advisable to take extra care when dealing with colored weaves since the color processing that gives you the perfect blonde color can also make the weave very susceptible to damage. The following tips and tricks should help you easily care for you weave and make it last longer.

Wash in Luke Warm or Cool Hair

It is very important to avoid using heat on your blonde weave as much as possible. Using warm or hot water can easily remove the dye, making the weave appear faded over time. Cool or lukewarm water will actually make the color last longer.

Brush The Weave Gently

The process of coloring the strands to produce the blond color you love so much can also cause damage to the outer cuticle layer. This makes blond colored weaves much more fragile that natural colored ones. Therefore, avoid combing or brushing the hair too aggressively to avoid breakage. Also, avoid using brushes with worn out bristles.

Avoid Using Heat

While you can wash your weave as often as you want, it is a good idea to avoid using heat to dry your hair. Keep in mind that colored weaves are often weaker than natural colored hair and heat will damage the cuticles reducing the lifespan of the weave significantly. Instead of using heat, consider letting your hair air dry as much as possible.

Use Color-treated Shampoo and Conditioner

There are specific shampoo and conditioner meant for color treated hair. It is a good idea to invest in these products. They are designed to be gentler on the fragile colored hair while allowing you to maintain the vibrant shiny luster that Indian hair is so famous for.

We have a huge collection of blonde Indian weaves for you to choose from. You can select your desired length since the dimensions vary from 8-26 inches. We however advise that you buy at least 3 bundles for the shorter dimensions and 4 bundles for the longer dimensions. This will allow you to achieve full coverage without losing volume.

What are shades of blonde hair?

Platinum Blonde Hair Color. Platinum blonde hair color is the lightest of all the blonde shades, and is best on fair skin tones or medium skin tones with a yellowish tint. Strawberry Blonde. Silver Blonde. Medium Blonde Hair Color Shades. Golden Blonde. Auburn Blonde. Dark Blonde Hair Color Shades. Black Blonde.

Is blonde white or yellow?

Blond or fair hair, also blonde, is a hair color characterized by low levels of the dark pigment eumelanin. The resultant visible hue depends on various factors, but always has some yellowish color.

Do blondes go GREY or white?

If You Have Blonde Hair Blonds get white hair just like brunets, but some blondes only appear to get a lighter blond while others experience their blonde hairs getting darker and duller as the white hairs begin to appear. Still, blondes can, over time, have a full head of white hair.

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