Bleaching a lace front wig, the right way is critically important, let’s dive into this today so that all of us know exactly what we’re doing to protect the wigs that we buy when bleaching. Need to understand that when bleaching a wig, we of course want to bleach their hair well we also want to bleach the knots. The nuts are those tiny specks at the very root of the hair along the tapeline. You don’t want to have black knots you have the hair is blonde or any other color. You want the knots 2 be the same color as the hair.
Wind bleaching the knots it’s important to start off by mixing the bleach along with the bleach developer. Adding them together until it’s a consistent and thick solution. Using a hand whisk or a milk frother will go a long way. Making sure that you have bleach that has a purple tint is vitally important to keep the knots from turning a copper color. After this is done begin applying the mixture with the wig inside out starting at the hair line and working your way up towards the top of the wig. Be sure to only apply this mixture to the nuts themselves and the hairline
Bleaching Wig Knots
The mixture should set about 20 to 25 minutes. It may look as if you’ve done something wrong but allow it to bake the entire 20 to 25 minutes so that you can get the finished result.
Lastly just simply rinse the hair, shampoo it and a PH balance condition that would go a long way.
Here are the ingredients below that are needed to bleach the knots effectively.
- One bowl
- One comb
- 2 Hair clips
- Bleaching powder (with purple tint)