Dying extensions can sometimes be a little tricky. So I put together this quick video showing how to do it. Typically if you are taking hair from blonde to dark/black, you will need to first apply a red dye, in order to replace lost pigment. Those reds and orange brassy shades that are a blonde’s nightmare are a brunette’s best friend. This is especially true for platinum blondes. DO NOT just jump right in with a dark hair dye and expect it to come out looking brunette. It will most likely turn green if red pigment is not added first to the hair. HOWEVER, I used a shade by Clairol Soy, Grey Busters line. It’s intended for those with light—->white hair, who are wanting to go darker. It has already added pigment in the dye. The blonde did not turn green, I am happy to say.