If you’re wondering about colours running when you wash your hair extensions, you’re not alone. The clip in hair extensions you’re wearing have been freshly coloured before being put in the package and sent to you. If you wash your hair extensions for the first time, the first few times some of the stronger coloured hair extensions will probably bleed. This will most definitely apply to the red and black dyed hair extensions.
The bleeding of these red and black (and other strong colours) is normal, for the colour on the hair extensions is still fresh. Don’t worry; the hair colour will not fade too much as you wear your hair extensions. If you want your colour to last longer, try going with a colour safe shampoo. Usually, these shampoos will be sulphate free, and you can find both a shampoo and a conditioner to wash with. These products can help your hair extensions stay brighter and more colourful for much longer.
So, as you can see, the hair will indeed bleed, but this should be no cause for concern. If you have any other questions, be sure to contact HairExt.The clip in hair extensions may cause dye transfer on to fabrics so be careful when wearing lighter colours or resting up against lighter coloured furnishings.