If you buy a lace wig or a lace closure lace frontal , you may see a black knot at the root of the wig. All hand-tied lace front wigs are made meticulously by tying individual strands of hair onto a lace mesh base creating a knot at the base. This technique is called ventilating. But when you wear it, it may not be like your own hair. Bleached knots and Unbleached knots can affect how natural your lace wig looks.
Why Bleach Knots
Bleached knots help make the hair of wigs appear as if it is growing from the scalp. When hair is tied to the lace, there is a dark knot where the hair is secured. Bleaching or "lightening" the knots reduce the visibility of this knot. This type of process chemically alters the hair. It opens the cuticle and removes the color in an irreversible chemical reaction. On off black and dark brown hair, the knots are lightened to a light brown shade. Very