Bleaching human hair lace wigs to create natural look. Those were not bleached knots by manufacturers or factoires.lighten human hair helps to camouflage a degree.hair strands are tied to the netting or lace base of the wig which create hair knots. In black color hair wigs, these small knots show the hair is not your own,you are wearing a wig, ruining the illusion that your beautiful hair is your natural hair. bleaching the knots helps to camouflage them to a degree. The camouflage is most effective on brown wigs over lighter hair. If your hair is a very light brown or blonde, bleaching the knots to this color may not make much difference. Black wig hair are too color saturated to take well to dye and blonde wig hairs aren't going to get much lighter.
we bleach knots for all our full lace wigs and front lace wigs sent out,but only jet black hair can't be bleached knots.here we teach you some skill of how to bleach knots when your full lace wig or lace front wig wasn't being bleached knots.
Apply a fabric dye remover to the knots in the full lace wig or lace front wig along the hairline from ear to ear. The dye remover will help to remove some of the dye currently on the wig knots and help it take the bleach better. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for application rates and amounts. Use a dye brush for application.
Rinse the fabric dye out thoroughly with cold water.
Wash the lace wig with shampoo, then rinse.
Air dry the full lace wig and lace front wig.
Mix a professional-grade powder bleach with equal amounts of 20 percent, 30 percent or 40 percent developer. Use a nonmetallic (plastic or glass) bowl. Twenty percent developer will lighten the hair one to two shades lighter, 30 percent will raise it two to three shades lighter, and so on. The higher percentage developer, the more damage it does to the hairs in the wig and the sooner it will begin shedding. Balancing between lightening and structural integrity is a personal choice that each wig owner must make. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for mixing directions.
Spray the cream bleach onto the knots of the hair along the hairline, from ear to ear. Work from the underside of the wig. Stipple the bleach onto the knots to make sure that you make full contact. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for application procedures.
Rinse the bleach out with cold water when it turns from orange to light yellow (usually in 10 to 15 minutes) or gives the indication listed on the bleach's instructions. Do not exceed the timing in an attempt to further lighten the hairs. This will strip the wig hairs and reduce their structural integrity.
Wash the lace wig with shampoo, then rinse.Air dry the wig.
Please notice,almost all wigs were bleached knots only at front,please don't try to bleach knots of all hair of full lace wigs,this may cause hair shedding.