Bleaching knots on lace wigs can be an effective way to improve the appearance of the hairline. Want to protect your whole head of hair from the elements? Then skip the leave-out and opt for a lace front wig! It not only protects your precious locks but also gives the illusion that the hair is springing up from your own scalp.
Here, let's follow our hair model’s tutorial, to bleach knots on lace front wig..
Tools and products need prepare
1. A human hair lace wig.
2. A bottle of quick blue beach in powder BW.
3. 50 volume cream peroxide developer, you can also use either one like the lower number will slower the process, here we recommend this one so that you can do the quickest process with it.
4. Mixing bowl and brush, spray, few hair pins.
How to Bleach Knots on Lace Front Wig?
Step 1: Turn either your frontal, closure or lace wig inside out and pin it down to a foam head.If your closure with baby hairs, pin them down with clips to make sure they are out of the way.
Step 2: Scoop 1-2 scoops of lightening powder into your mixing bowl.
Step 3: Add less than an equal amount of the developer into the bowl and mix into a thick consistency. The consistency should be similar to thick cottage cheese or frosting.
Step 4: With your mixing brush, gently, dab the bleach onto the lace. Ensure you are bleaching all of the knots. Once you’re done applying the bleach, cover the lace closure in the aluminum foil.
Step 5: Make sure you keep the bleach on until the knots on the part closure 4*4 aren’t noticeable anymore.This is very important because you want to wait until your closure becomes blonde, or you will have a brassy lace closure.
Step 6: Rinse the lightener off of the lace closure with the lace facing downwards first to avoid getting bleach onto the hair. Continue rinsing until all of the bleach is off.
Step 7: Thoroughly wash and condition your ear to ear lace frontal, making certain you have rinsed out all of the lighteners.
Step 8: Let your weave hair closures air dry. If you're in a rush, you can blow dry, but it's best to let your hair air dry after a chemical process to avoid damage.