A Natural Look:
So you’ve purchased your lace frontal and you want it to look as natural as possible? The best course of action is to bleach the knots. Some may prefer to use foundation or concealer to cover the knots, however, that is not a long-lasting solution as you will need to wash it frequently.
Depending on the type of lace you have, some knots are more visible than others. During the recent pandemic shutdowns across the globe, vendors were forced to reduce their workforce resulting in a shortage of quality units. Vendors were providing lace with very large knots, or poorly constructed knots. It is important to pay attention to the knots to ensure they are small and the hair is going in one direction.
Slay Your Lace Like a Star
Bleaching your knots will provide you with a more natural look, making the lace appear to be your natural scalp. Celebrities such as Beyonce, Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner have been wearing lace wigs for years. Their natural looks can be attributed to quality wigs, that has been custom bleached and plucked.
What You Need To Bleach Your Knots
20 vol. Developer, Bleach Powder, Mixing Bowl and Brush, Gloves and Purple Shampoo
Once you’ve bleached your knots, it may give a cooper tone. You can eliminate this by using the purple shampoo. In order to blend the lace in with your skin tone, we recommend using a tint spray. Bold Hold, by the Hair Diagram, offers an awesome tint spray that comes in a variety of skin tones.
Watch This YouTube Video
Follow these three easy steps in our YouTube video on how to bleach knots.