Bleaching Knots On Wig is using bleaching techque to lighten the black knots that hair tied along the lace, make your lace wig looks all natural. Bleaching knots will take your wig install to the next level!  If you are new to bleaching knots, here you can get all your questions answered.


Bleached Knots Wigs will make it blend better. We have known that the hair strands are ventilated to the lace with hair knotting method. It will create invisible knots on the lace base. We can Bleached Wigs to make them less visible and create a more natural appearance of wig.


Step 1.Turn either your lace front wig or lace closure wig inside out and pin it down to a foam head. If your closure has baby hairs, pin them down with clips to make sure they are out of the way.


Step 2.Scoop 1-2 scoops of lightning powder into your mixing bowl. Add less than an equal amount of the developer into the bowl and mix into a thick consistency.


Step 3.The consistency should be similar to thick cottage cheese or frosting. You don't want your mixture to be runny because it will seep through the lace and saturate the hairs on the lace.


Step 4.Apply the mixture onto the lace closure with your applicator brush using swift, even strokes. The mixture should be evenly applied in a thick layer across the entire piece of lace.


Step 5.Let it sit for no more than 30 minutes or until there is a noticeable change in color at the base of the lace. When you notice the hairs at the hairline of your lace start to lighten, just slightly honey blonde, it's time to go on to the next step.


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 lace closure or frontal, making certain you have rinsed out all of the lighteners.


Step 8.Let your lace closure 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.


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