To bleach knots on lace closure, you need a wig, bleach powder, professional developer, mixing brush, bowl, aluminum foil, neutralizing shampoo, conditioner, gloves.
Turn the lace part of the closure from the inside out and pin it down to the tip of the foam. If there’s baby hair in your human hair lace closure
, hold them down with pins to make sure they’re out.
In a mixing bowl, mix equal components of a professional developer with bleach powder. Be sure to stir carefully until the required consistency is achieved or until the bowl has no lumps.
Dab the bleach softly on the lace with your mixing brush. The bleach combination will flow through and bleach the hair once you put too much pressure on the lace.
Make sure that you add sufficient bleach to the lace to guarantee that all the knots are bleached. Once you have applied the bleach, cover the front lace closure in the aluminum foil.
Make sure you leave the bleach until the knots on the lace are no longer noticeable. Then, wait until the knots turn yellow honey then wash the bleach. Wash the lace upside down rapidly to prevent mixing in the hair.
After you wash your hairs, rinse it with neutral shampoo to stop the chemical treatment. Leave the shampoo on for 5-10 minutes, then rinse. Then condition your lace closure to keep it from drying out.
Do not use a blow dryer to dry your human hair lace closure. It can dry and damage the hair and the top lace. Gently squeeze excess water from closure and use a dry towel to add more water to your hair (do not twist or squeeze). Allow the natural hair to the human hair lace closure.Place it in a well-ventilated place, avoiding damage to the hair by the sun.