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How do you hide a knot on a lace wig without bleaching it?

by love nova lovenova

As we all know, many people choose to bleach the knots to make a more natural parting and hairline. Today we are going to be giving you some really quick and easy alternatives to bleaching those pesky black knots on your lace closure, frontal, or 613 lace closure wig, which will give you a natural appearance that looks more like your real scalp.

 

It is basically a two-in-one product that can help hide and camouflage the grids and knots on lace hd lace frontal wig perfectly, thus making your lace Skunk Stripe Wig or lace frontal last a bit longer.

 

You can choose a grid eraser that matches your skin shade, or add your own makeup to finish off with a perfect match if the color is too dark or light. Of course, you can also blend two shades to match your skin tone.

 

Dont forget to avoid the lace front wig human hair being loose as the concealer will seep into the hair when melted. Or you can also blow dry it to warm it up. But do not over warm the product because it will become too soft, thus making it difficult to apply.

 

Apply the soften eraser to the area of your chosen area, like the parting and hairline, then gently press and apply until you reach your desired coverage.

 

Carefully remove pins and your lace wig from foam/mannequin, and then put on your human hair wig as usual. Rub some oil into a towel and use the towel to eliminate any eraser that may be on the hair for a flawless finish to your wig styling.

 

How To Remove The Grid Eraser

Apply some shampoo to the area you wish to remove the grid eraser from, run under warm water for a few minutes until you see the concealer lifting, keep running water until all the grid eraser melts away condition and style as usual.

 

Compared to a grid eraser, it is cheaper, non-messy. And it doesnt have to heat it up and even not drip everywhere to achieves the same look.

 

How To Use Foundation Stick

1. The first thing you need to do is expose the lace. Firstly, turn the wig inside out and place the HD lace wig on your foam or mannequin head, and lay it flat and smooth all the hair back and out of the way.

 

2. Use some pins to pin them down securely in the center of the head and on each side at the ear.

 

3. Pay attention to rub it in an up and down stampingmotion and make sure you really press down as you apply it on the lace so that the foundation goes through the lace to the other side and covers those knots. It would be better to use your own foundation stick or personal powder foundation, which can make you cover up those nasty knots and grids flawless.

 

Next spray the hair spray directly onto the lace and let it sit for about 10 minutes, then go back and apply more foundation until you get the level of coverage that you like. Or you also can set it with a little deep setting powder after applying the foundation stick and then on the scalp where you blended it in.

 

Pull these pins out, turn your lace closure, frontal, or full lace wig again, and then use a damp towel to wipe off any excess powder or foundation.

 

It is a way to achieve a more realistic look and hide the knots, grids, or holes on your lace closure, lace wig, or lace frontal quite well.

 

How To Use Scar Or Silicone Sheets

Flip your wig upside down on a foam or mannequin head and secure the wig firmly to the foam/mannequin head with pins.

 

Grab the scar or silicone sheets and peel, then directly stick the sheet down onto the lace about 2-3 millimeters back from the edge where the baby hair meets the excess lace.

 

Remove the pins and turn your lace closure, frontal, or full lace wig again. Then You can use a comb to tidy the parting up.

 

Dab the foundation or concealer along the parting area from the back to the front until you are satisfied with the effect.


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