How to Bleach Hair Extensions in 3 Easy Steps

Looking to change up your style and a pop of color? Well it's super easy to do and we can show how to go from black to blonde in just three easy steps! Because our hair is unprocessed,it makes it easy and fast to get the color you want without ruining the texture of your extensions. We do recommend that you dye the hair wefts before they are installed. 

What you'll need

  • Powder Hair Bleach (available from any beauty supply store)
  • 30 or 40 volume creme developer (available at any beauty supply store)
  • Mixing bowl
  • Foil Paper
  • Latex gloves
  • Applicator brush



Step 1

Start by adding two scoops of bleach powder and 30 volume creme developer together until it creates a creamy consistency (ex. yogurt, pudding). Be sure not to make it not too runny or too thick to avoid any mishaps. If your coloring hair that's longer in length, then you'll probably need more then two scoops of bleach powder, but just add as you go if needed.

Step 2

Using an application brush, start to apply the bleach on the from top to bottom. Now if you are going for an ombre look, start from the bottom and work your way up to your desired level. Be sure to blend your bleach at the top (TIP: Swipe vertically) to prevent that harsh line at the top. Wrap the area with aluminum foil sheets and let it process until desired color is achieved. Be sure to check the extensions every 5-8 minutes to see how much the hair color is lifting.

Step 3

Shampoo hair thoroughly with a neutralizing shampoo, making sure all the chemical residue is washed out. Deep condition hair for about 20-30 minutes and rinse thoroughly. Let hair air dry completely and use heat protector before styling.