What’s really important is the final dyeing process to be conducted after a very delicate color blending is completed as a result of trial dyeing.
This is to explain the process of careful dyeing which will satisfy the needs of our customers.
2. Final dyeing process
This is the process of dyeing the original yarn, which is to be used for the final products, with the color completed in the former process of trial dyeing.
If the color chart is expected to be exhibited in a relatively dark shop like a drugstore, then white yarn will be used so that the final product will be clearly seen in such a dark place.
On the other hand, if it is expected to be exhibited in a well-lighted place like a hair salon, then the original yarn which can be clearly seen in a well-lighted place will be used.
We have 3 different types of yarn, and each of them has 3 different levels of glossiness to meet different needs of our customers.
- No gloss yarn
- Medium gloss yarn
- High gloss yarn
We have production lines which enable dyeing with multiple colors at the same time in order to produce on a large scale.
A dyeing process called “cheese dyeing” is the mainstream of dyeing process in the world.
However, this cheese dyeing method has a problem of having slightly different colors between the center and the outer part of the hair bundle at the end of the process.
Because of the problem stated as above, we use a method called “kase zome” even though it requires additional steps in the process of dyeing. This is only because we would like to ensure our customers’ satisfaction.
The yarn is put into the coloring agent which was obtained as a result of trial dyeing.
The hair bundle is put into the precisely blended coloring agent in a delicate manner.
The hair bundle should be half dried in the special dryer. By doing so you can get an even color, and also the half dried bundle can be rolled up easily around a bobbin in the following steps.
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