Everyone has wanted to freshen up their wardrobe at one time or another in their life. The fashion sense you had years ago may have changed over the years or maybe you are just not a huge fan of the clothes that are currently in your closet. Refreshing your closet and wardrobe can be a nice pick-me-up when you’re feeling in a rut or not yourself.
If you are a fan or avid wearer of fur coats, you probably have a great selection of them hanging in your closet. However, sometimes those fur coats that you’ve had for years can appear to be outdated or out of style, even if they are still in great condition.
Instead of letting your fur coats continue to collect dust or even giving them away, get creative and start to think outside of the box on how to revamp your old fur coats. Unfortunately, it’s pretty difficult to try and change the shape of an already existing fur coat, but there is one thing that you can do, even at home, that can totally change the look of a fur coat that needs a bit of a change.
Did you know that you can actually dye your fur coats? Even better, you can actually do so safely at home. The options really are endless when it comes to dying your fur coats at home. You can dye them virtually any color you want, too! So, if you want to be a bit more adventurous when it comes to your fashion choices, you can go as far as dying yourself a good new green fur coat.
However, this entire dying process is not the same as using a DIY tie dye kit from the store, there are a few extra steps and precautions you need to take in order to dye your fur coats correctly. For example, if you are looking to dye a fox fur coat, here are a few steps you need to follow to get the desired color you want, while also not risking the integrity of the fur.
How to Dye a Fur Coat
Funnily enough, dying a fur coat is similar to dyeing human hair, as it follows some similar processes.
1. First, you want to carefully brush out the fur on the coat, careful not to rip any fur out.
2. To get an evenly distributed color, you will need to lighten or bleach the fur to get rid of the original color.
3. Mix and then evenly coat the fur with the hair dye with a dying brush. It’s best to follow the instructions that come on the box of dye for the best results.
4. Leave the dye on the coat for twice as long as you would for human hair to get the desired color.
5. Thoroughly rinse and let air dry.
And voila, it’s as easy as that! But, if you don’t want to go through that entire process, just purchase a green fur coat from Maximilian at maximilian.com