Do you want to protect the hair from harmful hairstyling chemicals? Then go for a lace frontal bleached knots. It does protect not only the hair’s precious locks but also creates an illusion that hair is growing from the scalp. We’re serious!
With a lace frontal, we may need to bleach the knots to give a more realistic look of the hair “sprouting” from the scalp. Let’s the amazingness of lace frontal bleached knots speak up for themselves and then it’s all down to us to decide.
What is a lace frontal bleached knots?
Bleach knots are the latest invention in the hair industry, and they look amazing. As their name suggests, the hair goes through a delicate root bleaching process after being knotted to the hair system base. Knot bleaching helps to remove most of the dark pigment from the hair.
The knots are bleached until they become invisible as if the hair grows from the scalp. No one will even realize we’re wearing a hair replacement with bleached knots. Root bleaching makes the knots translucent, so the ugly knots disappear.
Moreover, knot bleaching imitates the appearance of the hair because the nearer the hair to the scalp, the darker the hair color is.
A lace frontal bleached knots plays an integral part in the knotted hair system. Because of its attractive beauty, the majority of customers choose bleach knots for the front hairline.
The reason for that decision is that the natural front hairline is of great importance to achieve a realistic look. Root bleaching makes simple notes undetectable and especially useful for the darker color hair.
Bleached knots are available around the perimeter or the parking area. For those who have lighter hair density, we can even add the root bleaching to the entire system.
So a lace frontal bleached knots means a half wig installed into the hair by the bleached knots method.
Should we bleach our knots?
When the hair is tied to a frontal lace weave, there is a dark knot where each hair strand is secured. Bleaching these knots help to reduce their display ability and create the effect of real hair growing from the scalp.
Bleaching the knots on a lace frontal means removing the pigments from the knots for every hair strand tied to the lace. By using this method, we produce a seamless and natural look to our hair.
So with all these excellent benefits, why do we have to wait any longer instead of grabbing our lace frontal bleached knots right away?
What are needed to get a lace frontal bleached knots?
- Aluminum foil
- A mixing bowl
- Coloring brush
- Lace frontal
How to bleach lace frontal?
Bleaching knots can become quite a challenging task if we are left with no proper instructions. Thus, Layla Hair has come up with a simple guide to show our dear customers how.
- Turn the lace frontal inside out and pin it down with a foam head. If the closure has baby hairs, secure them down with clips to ensure they are out of the way.
- Take 1-2 scoops of lightening powder into a mixing bowl.
- Add a little of developer into the bowl and mix until the mixture becomes a dense consistency.
- Use a coloring brush and dab the bleach onto the lace gently. Make sure to bleach all the knots. Once finish applying the bleach, cover the lace frontal with an aluminum foil.
- Keep the bleach on until all the knots on the lace frontal aren’t prominent and noticeable. This is very important because we want to wait until the closure becomes blond instead of a brassy color.
- Wash clean the lightener off the lace with the lace positing downward to avoid getting bleach onto the hair. Continue rinsing until all the bleach runs out.
- Place the ear to ear lace frontal and make sure to clean off all of the lighteners.
- Let the hair closures stay dry. If we’re in a hurry, we can blow dry it. But it’s advisable to let the hair dry naturally after applying chemicals to prevent damage to the hair.
What is the difference about bleached knots before and after?
There is a dark knot where each hair strand is secured when the hair is tied to a lace base. These bleached knots contribute significantly to reducing their visibility and offering an unusual appearance of real hair “emerging” from the scalp.
What to keep in mind with lace frontal bleached knots?
- Do not overuse the bleach with the hair because this may accidentally bleach the hair too.
- Make sure to choose the right amount of developer. We advise our customers to work with 20-30 volume.
- The bleach mixture needs to be thick, not loose.
- Ensure all the baby hairs are combed and pinned out of the way before starting to bleach the closure.
- Keep the bleach on until all the knots turn into a honey blond color and then wash it clean.
- Rinse the lace closure with a neutralizing shampoo to prevent the process of chemicals.
The bottom line
We hope that our simple guide to install lace frontal bleached knots will be of great help for those who are on the journey to seek for the amazingness to their hair. For more useful information, tips and tricks on beauty field as well as immediate support, please share and visit our website Layla Hair for a better experience.