How to Make Leopard Print Hair Extensions

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21-10-2016, 14:50
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Do you want funky leopard print hair, but you're not keen on paying a lot to get it that way? Doing it yourself is an option. Just follow these easy steps.


  1. Decide what your color scheme is. It's easiest to do a lighter base color and darker leopard print.
  2. Dye your hair the base color. Suggested colors are blonde, white, or an unusual pastel color (pink, green, blue). Allow time to dry unless the darker color needs to be applied to wet/damp hair.
  3. Mix the darker print color (black, brown, dark unusual color) and squirt it into a cup or bowl.
  4. Take a celery stick and press the end into the darker dye.
  5. Stamp hair dye on to look like leopard print, and do any extra detailing with a cotton swab. Hair on your head should be held flat while pressing so the dye doesn't smear too much. Loose hair should be pressed into the palm holding it, like above.
  6. Add middles to your leopard print be adding a medium color, if desired. Use a cotton swab.
  7. Rock your new do! If it doesn't look right to you, see a local hairdresser.


  • Dyes like Manic Panic may bleed slightly when shampooed. Be careful!
  • Try using a permanent black hair dye for the spots and colored hair gel in a bright color for the center spots.


  • Dyes and bleaches can be potentially dangerous, so always avoid getting them in your eyes and make sure to do the patch test, even if you've used the product before.
  • It's really hard to make it perfect, so try to ask one of your friends to do it for you. They will be more patient and will do it better because they can see your whole head.

Things You'll Need

  • Hair extensions
  • Light Colored Dye
  • Medium Colored Dye
  • Dark Colored Dye
  • Clock or wrist-watch (To time the dye)
  • Shower or a large sink to rinse hair
  • Clean towel
  • Celery for making the leopard print
  • Water, to clean up any spilled dye
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