Bleaching knots is an effective process to reduce the visibility of knots so that it looks like the hair is growing from the scalp. However, very light brown and blonde colors usually don't need to be bleached. It is impossible to bleach knots on jet black (#1) hair, and is a little difficult to bleach knots on off black (#1B) hair. What’s more, bleach knots are only available on a lace base system. There is no need to bleach knots for skin units and mono filament units as the knots are not visible.
But most people may want to know how to bleach knots? Generally, the process can be divided into the below 5 steps:
Step 1: Turn the hairpiece inside out.
Step 2: Mix equal parts bleach powder and professional developer in a plastic bowl. Be sure to stir thoroughly until there are no lumps. The mixture should look white and completely smooth.
Step 3: Use a brush to apply a very small amount of the bleaching agent to knots on the hair piece. Starting from the front and moving back gradually is better to as it helps to avoid missing any knots.
Step 4: Allow bleaching agent to remain on the hairpiece for the manufacturer's recommended time before rinsing thoroughly with cool running water. One important point here is controlling the bleaching time. If the time is short, the effect may not be good enough; if the time is too long, the hair might break.
Step 5: Dry and style the hair piece by hair dryer.
Following the steps above ensures a flawless and natural look. That is why and how we bleach knots of a hair system.
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