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How to Style a Pink Ombre Wig

How to Style a Pink Ombre Wig

  • Friday, 26 April 2024
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How to Style a Pink Ombre Wig

You've probably seen ombre hair all over the place, and rightly so. The trendy style is one of the easiest protective styles you can rock to keep your natural strands moisturized and healthy. Plus, it allows you to try out new 'dos and colors without having to bleach your hair or (*shudder*) commit to a long-term dye job. And while ombre is pretty much everywhere now, it's still a great way to add a little bit of flair to your look. That's where the pink ombre wig comes in, with the added benefit of being a great option for those with curly or coily hair.

In case you haven't been living under a rock, ombre refers to your naturally dark roots that gradually transition into a lighter shade towards the bottom of your hair. But it's a different look than balayage, which refers to color being painted throughout your strands instead of being completely bleached (or dyed if you're a brunette) and then colored into a lighter shade at the ends. The difference is subtle, but important.

This ombre wig from Bellami, which also features a lace front and a soft invisible Swiss lace base, is available in a number of shades that range from light blonde to platinum and even deep red. But the pink lacefront wig is one of the most popular, courtesy of its gentle cascading waves that will have you feeling like the princess you are.

The reviews for this wig are all super glowing, with users saying that it looks totally natural and has minimal shedding. It's also easy to style, with testers recommending that you use a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner every four to five wears to keep it looking its best.

And if you're feeling particularly bold, you can add even more depth to your pink ombre wig with the help of this Manic Panic semi-permanent hair dye. It's formulated to last longer than other dyes, so you won't have to worry about it fading quickly or streaking.

If you're a complete beginner when it comes to wearing wigs, this pre-styled bob wig is an excellent choice. It's made with heat-safe synthetic hair, so you can use it with hot tools up to 170 degrees F and it can be styled in a variety of ways. It's also incredibly affordable and gets great ratings from users of all experience levels. Just remember to keep it away from any heat-sensitive materials and you're good to go. And if you're ever feeling unsure about putting a wig on, just know that you can always find a good tutorial online. You'll be a pro in no time!

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