When we decided to buy promotion human hair extensions or hair weaves, one important thing considering is whether the hair extension color can match with your natural hair.Hair extensions come in a wide variety of shades, and trusted vendors offer varying color measurements. Despite this, getting the colors to match is critical to achieving a beautiful, natural look. There will be some questions about the swatches:

1.How Can I See The Colors In Person Before Purchasing?

Almost all of the human sellers have swathes. Swatches are for your convenience, to assist you in color matching your own hair to cashmere hair. Swatches are a small sample of the color of cashmere hair, and do no clip on or attach to your head. They are meant to be used only for color matching purposes. They are a small section of hair that can be used to place next to & blend with your own hair. When ordering swatches, select the colors in the color family that are closest to your hair color.

2.Are Swatches The Same Quality As The Hair Extensions?

Swatches are for color matching purposes only and are not the same quality as the actual human hair extensions.

3.What Part Of My Hair Should The Extensions Match With?

Here you need to notice that when choosing a color to match your own hair, choose a color that matches your hair from the middle to the ends. Never choose the hair color of your "roots" as that tends to be a different shade. The best color to choose for your hair will be the one that matches the ends of your hair. We recommend to some of our customers to purchase 2 sets if your hair has multiple shades or more than 3 shades. Always match the swatches to the ends of your hair.

Take ordering Peruvian hair online as the example, now we sharing you some tips for finding a perfect match for your own hair color:

1.Go With Peruvian Hair Extensions That Are Slightly Lighter/Darker

When buying Peruvian hair colors to match, you need to know that it's difficult to match weave hair extension shades with your natural hair color strand by strand. Your natural hair may not completely match the range of shades offered by recognized manufacturers since they source their extensions from literally millions of different heads. Your best course of action is to choose extensions that are either slightly darker or lighter than your own hair for a bit of leeway.

2.Know More About Your Hair Color

Before shopping Peruvian hair online, take a closer look at your own hair color as well to know more about it. Go to someplace where there's ample light, preferably daylight. Look at the bottom ends of several strands from your hair's topmost layers to determine the color that will work best with your natural hair. The strands from the topmost layers are better-suited for this task since they're usually lighter than the strands nearer to the roots. In addition, these strands are more likely to match Peruvian virgin hair extension shades since they'll lie on top of your future add-on tresses.

3.Try Asking For Swatches

All of the colors of the natural hair is not uniform. For instance, you can call yourself a brunette, but which specific shade of brown is your hair? Do you have chocolate brown hair or espresso brown hair? For this, you can make use of swatches of Peruvian remy hair extensions while shopping (if they're offered by the weave hair extensions dealer) to get an idea of a baseline. Swatches are small samples of hair that are intended for matching purposes only.

4.Check The Thickness Of Your Hair

You need to check the thickness of your natural hair before buying Peruvian hair online.Because hair thickness also matters in determining the final shade for that sublime Peruvian wavy hair weave. One way of measuring thickness is checking ponytail circumference. Pull as much hair as possible into a ponytail then measure thickness by how many times you had to wrap the hair tie. If your hair requires more than three wraps, you have thin hair that will require human hair bundles extensions with a larger volume for the shades to match.