Believe you’ve also bought one of many lace closures to finish your amazing stitching, but after further examination, you want to customize it to make it look more natural. We’ve all heard of “bleach knots” about front, cover and lace wigs, but what does it even mean? When the hair is tied to the lace base, each thread has a black knot. Bleaching or “lightening” these knots reduces their visibility and helps make the hair appear to grow from the scalp. Bleaching knots can be quite difficult if you do not state them correctly, so let’s put together a simple tutorial to show you how to do it.
Today I will introduce how to bleach the block looks more natural. Here’s what you will need: bleach Developer (at the right volume) Aluminum foil Mixing bowl Blend brush Your closed / front / lace wig.
Turn the front, closed or lace wig inside out and secure it to the foam head. * If you have baby hair closed, use a clip to hold them to ensure that they are not outside.
Aliquots of bleach and professional developer are mixed in a mixing bowl. Always mix thoroughly until you achieve the desired consistency, or until there are no lumps in the bowl.
With your hybrid brush, gently, we mean gently, pat the bleach to the lace. If a brush is used to apply too much pressure on the lace, the bleach mixture will penetrate and bleach the hair. Make sure your shoe laces have enough bleach to make sure you bleach all the knots. Once you have completed the bleach application, cover the lace closure with aluminum foil.
Make sure you keep bleaching until the knot is no longer noticeable. Wait until nodules turn honey golden, then rinse bleach. This is very important because you want to wait until your seal turns golden or you will have a brass lace closure.
Rinse the lid quickly to avoid mixing onto the hair. After washing the seal, rinse with neutralized shampoo, stop chemical treatment. Shut off the shampoo for 5 to 10 minutes and rinse well. Then condition your closure to prevent it from drying out.
Do not over-saturate with bleach as this may bleach hair accidentally.
Make sure you choose the correct developer volume – we recommend 20 to 30 volumes. Bleach blends need to be very thick rather than loose.
Make sure all the baby’s hair has been brushed or pegged, and then start bleaching your closures. Make sure you cover all the knots with enough bleach.
Put the bleach on it until your knot turns a honeyish blonde color, then rinse off the bleach.
Rinse the lace seal with neutralized shampoo to stop the chemicals in the bleach.