How To Bleach Knots On A Closure/Frontal

Using lace closures or frontals to enhance the look of your hairline can work wonders. You can protect your entire head of hair from the elements by using a closure. A closure is a better choice than a leave-out. This will not only protect your hair but it also creates the illusion that your hair is growing from your scalp. Seriously!

To create a more realistic look of your hair growing from your scalp, lace closures may require you to bleach the knots.

Do I bleach my knots?

lace closure weave attaches hair to the ends of each strand. These knots can be bleached or “lightened” to reduce their visibility, making hair look as if it’s growing from the scalp.

You are bleaching the knots on the lace closure or frontal to remove pigment that keeps each hair attached to the lace. You can give your lace a natural, seamless look by bleaching the spots.

You should bleach the knots of your lace closure.

What To Use To Bleach Knots On Lace Closure? 

  • Bleach
  • Developer (at the correct volume)
  • Aluminum Foil
  • Coloring Brush
  • Mixing Bowl
  • Gloves
  • Your Closure/Frontal/Lace Wig

Here are the steps that you should follow to bleach the knots of your lace closure or frontal .

How To Bleach Lace Closure?

  • Step 1: Turn either your frontal, closure, or lace wig inside out and pin it down to a foam head. If you have 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 lightning 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. 

Bleached Knots Before And After

Each strand of hair will be secured by a dark knot when it is tied to the lace base. Bleaching knots helps reduce their visibility, making the hair appear like it is growing out of the scalp. As you can see, the result is dramatic.

How To Bleach Knots On Your Lace Closure?

Your wig may look like fake hair and you might feel embarrassed. How do you avoid this? How to avoid this? Customizing your lace frontal and bleaching knots are important for a beautiful hairstyle.

Key Takeaways

  • Do not oversaturate your closure with bleach, as this could accidentally bleach the hair as well.
  • You should ensure that you choose the right developer volume. We recommend using 20-30 volumes.
  • The bleach mixture needs to be really thick, not loose.
  • Make sure all the baby hairs are brushed or pinned out of the way before you begin bleaching your closure.
  • Make sure you apply enough bleach to cover all the knots.
  • Leave the bleach on until your knots turn a honey blonde color then rinse the bleach out.
  • Wash lace closure with a neutralizing shampoo to stop the processing of the chemicals from the bleach.

This how to bleach a Lace Closure guide has been helpful! Do you need a high-quality lace closure? You can find high-density closures and frontals made from 100% human hair.

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