How do you wash your hair when you have a wig or a sew in weave with a lace closure??? Many women are confused with this problem. In fact, washing bundles hair with lace closure is a question if you bought them. Keep reading, you may get some help from this blog!
First, let's talk about what is lace closures?
A closure piece is a small piece of lace fabric, usually about 4*4",5*5",6*6" with individual strands of hair ventilated through and knotted directly to the lace.
To give a hair with closure the appearance of growing out of one's scalp, the knots will need to be lightened by one of many techniques, the lace tinted to match the skin tone, and often a fabric placed underneath to mimic a scalp.
Next, let's talk about the benefit of lace closures.
Lace closures with hair bundles are a fairly popular item for women who care about their hair. The flexibility and versatility of closures make them applicable for just about all types of hair, whether natural, scanty, permed or the less thrilling receding hairline.
How to clean the lace closures hair weave?
1. Remove all glue and adhesive from the lace.
2. Comb out all tangles from the tips to the ends of the hair.
3. Fill a sink half full of cool water, and add a cup full of wig shampoo to the water.
4. Soak the lace closure or lace frontal into the water for a few minutes.
5. Gently move it around in the water, and then lift it up.
6. Rinse all of the shampoos out of it.
7. Fill another sink half full of water, add a cap full of wig conditioner to cool water, and mix the conditioner in the water.
8. Soak the lace closure into the water and let it sit. Typically, you'll need to let curly and wavy lace closures sit a little longer than straight closures.
9. Gently move the lace closure in and out of the cool water.
10. Remove it from the sink.
11. Place it on a flat towel, fold part of the towel over the lace closure and gently pat the closure dry.
12. Let the lace closure air dry by placing it on a closure head.