How To Fix Lace Closure
Here are the most common problems that occur with closures and frontals, and how to fix them:
1. Thinning & Balding Lace
You can use a concealer that matches your scalp and a brown or black eye pencil, to fill in the blanks until you achieve a desired look.
2. Orange Knots
- Shampoo your closure or frontal with a shampoo formulated for blonde and silver hair, helping remove the brassiness of the orange, and bring the knots back to a cooler tone.
- Take a few days, drink water, bathe in coconut oil, and glow up.
- Come back and re-apply the bleach.
- Leave it on for about 25 minutes to start.
- Rinse off the bleach from a small section and check on the tone.
- If the color is sufficient, go ahead and rinse off all the bleach.
- If it’s still a bit orange, leave it on for another 20 minutes and check again.
3. Over Bleached Knots
If you over bleached your knots to the point where the roots of your closure or frontal look blonde, you can grab black hair dye and, and use a mascara wand to carefully run the dye over the roots of your closure.
4. Dyed Lace
If you accidentally got some dye on the lace, you can try the following 2 options.
Option 1: try and bleach out the hair color by bleaching the knots on your closure again.
Option 2: try Roux Hair Color Stain Remover. Follow the instructions carefully, and you are able to completely remove the dye from your lace.