Do I need to fix my hairline after receiving a new wig? Of course. Today we will learn how to plurk lace closure wigs to look more natural. Follow me.
First, you need to mix the bleach and developer in a 1:1 ratio, then mix with a brush or plastic spoon until it thickens and does not penetrate when applied to the knot.
If it's too thin, add bleach. If it's too thick, add the right amount of developer.
Then apply the mixture to the lace with a brush and leave for 20 minutes, until the black spots are gone from the roots. Rinse the mixture with water and then shampoo.
Next, we need to deal with the hairline.
Because in general, the hair on the forehead is not as dense as the hair on the back, the hair on the hairline is very thin, and the hairline is not straight, there is a certain arc.