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What are bleached knots on lace wigs?

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What are bleaching knots?

Bleaching knots is a technique used in crafting lace wigs, especially lace front wigs, to achieve a more natural look. You see, when wigs are made, each hair strand is tied to the lace base using tiny knots. However, these knots can sometimes be visible, particularly along the lace front where the hairline meets the forehead. Bleaching knots is basically a trick used in crafting lace wigs, especially lace front wigs, to make them look as natural as possible. The wig makers also bleach the knots. This process lightens the knots, making them less noticeable against the lace base.

The goal?

They basically lighten them up to make them blend better with your skin and look less noticeable. It’s like giving those knots a little makeover to match your scalp better. When you put on your wig, it looks like the hair is actually your hair growing from the scalp, which looks super realistic that no one would ever tell it is a wig if you ask me!

Now, let’s talk about our new star player – Ann. She’s all about that effortless glam in our Mocha Brown Remy Human Hair Lace Front Wig With Bangs. Picture this: rich mocha brown hair with bangs that are so chic!

Ann | Mocha Brown Remy Human Hair Lace Front Wig With Bangs| Lightly Bleached Knots

Ann’s got this lace front thing going on with lightly bleached knots. Translation: her hairline and scalp look totally natural, no weird edges or anything. Plus, she’s made from fancy Remy human hair, so she feels like a dream to touch.


Whether you’re into sleek styles or messy waves, Ann’s got your back. She’s basically THE WIG you never knew you needed for your hair game.


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