How To Bleaching Knots On Wig
Wigs have become an integral part of us, and they cater to whatever hairstyle we want to achieve. But in order to achieve a natural and authentic look, we have to resort to a few tricks, which is why we have learned how to bleach wig knots. Bleached knots wigs can bring us a new wig experience, making us feel like we are wearing natural hair.
What is The Bleached Knots Wig
A bleached wigs is a kind of wig that makes your lace wig look more natural and real through technology. The hairline part of the lace wig usually has more obvious knots. These knots are unavoidable and it helps to secure the hair to the lace and prevent the wig from falling out during use. In order to make the wearing natural, we will choose to use bleach to "invisible" these knots, but the bleaching agent will change your wig permanently during the bleaching process, so This requires either having the right instruction or already being proficient at the technique.
Bleaching Knots On Wig
Before bleaching the knots for your lace wig, you will need all the props: tinfoil or plastic bag, dye brush, bowl, bleaching powder, developer, gloves, etc.
1. Comb your lace wig in advance, comb the baby hair and flying hair back, and use clips to fix the hair to avoid getting bleach.
2. Prepare the bleach mixture. Put on the gloves you prepared in advance to avoid chemical damage to the skin. Mix the bleaching powder and the developer according to the standard mixing ratio of 1:1, and stir until smooth without lumps. If the mixture is very thin, it will penetrate into the wig root and damage the wig, please add half a teaspoon of bleaching powder to adjust the consistency.
3. Use a stain brush to lightly apply the bleach to the lace, then cover the area with tin foil or a plastic bag. Always remember to check the bleaching effect every 5-10 minutes.
4. Rinse the wig. When the black knots are bleached, they must be rinsed in time. In the process of rinsing, make sure that the bleach will not contaminate the rest of the wig and cause damage. Massage in with a neutralizing shampoo after washing to stop bleach residue from working its way through. Finally, let it dry naturally.