How to Wash A Lace Unit.
Updated: Jul 8
A Lace wig is formed by hand, and is tied on a lace base one strand at a time.
You'll enjoy tangle free hair by purchasing a Belle Noir Beauty high-quality full Lace Unit. A Lace Unit will offer you complete hair coverage and features silky soft Belle Noir Beauty Hair that you're going to love.
Since both full lace and lace front units look great while being worn, but it is vital to take proper care of it in order that it'll stay in great condition.
So when your people say " They hate washing there units it takes ages!" ask yourself to 2 questions.
1. What adhesive are you using?
2. Where did they purchase the hair?
All Belle Noir Beauty Hair is soft and tangle. Maintenance of ALL Belle Noir Beauty hair is simply and satisfying quick.
Here are some more tips that are a touch more detailed in order that you'll find out how to care of your Belle Noir Beauty Lace Units: Keep it faraway from Extreme Heat. I know this sounds silly but...
Like all Human Hair, exposing any hair locks to extreme heat will only damage the ends and dry out your cuticles.
So if you place your wig on a wig head, make certain to stay it faraway from heat.
Obviously don't place your wig near a fireplace , heat vent, or anywhere else where it's going to be damaged from heat over time. Also, once you are wearing your wig don't expose your hair to heat for an extended time either. this suggests don't sit on the brink of a fireplace and definitely don't avoid using a hand blower on your lace Unit. It'll dry out your hair and cause damage that's hard to repair.
Gently Comb it Out Like all hair extensions, full lace and lace front units ALWAYS comb or brush from the bottom up. So as to stop any hair from getting loose, you'll be wanting to start out brushing the hair from the ends to the root, without combing on the brink of the lace base.
Be extra careful with full lace wigs you combing out the hair on the lace although the hair is pretty secure within the lace base, it's still important to take care.
Now washing your Unit.
Since your wig isn't attached to your head, you will need to wash and care for it once you remove it.
If your using Ghostbond, (That another blog post, sorry honey!) I use a lot of remover, I recommend using the same as the adhesive or a good alternative like Walker C22 Solvent Remover and hard brush.
BRUSH THE ADHESIVE OFF THE LACE
DO NOT NOT SCRUB LIKE HAND WASHING CLOTHES
Take EXTREME care not to pull the hair from the lace when removing this product.
If your using Adhesive such like Got2Be/ORS then things are so much easier and caring for your unit is literally a two minute wash.
Add a little shampoo of your choice to lace to remove any adhesive. Use the remaining shampoo wash your unit. This exercise is to remove the adhesive. No need to add additional shampoo. Distribute the shampoo throughout the your unit with a wide-tooth comb. . After the shampoo is dispersed through your unit , it is time to rinse it.
This is where the magic happens.
Apply the conditioner generously, use your wide tooth comb to remove any remaining tangles..(VERY FEW!)
Leave the unit for a few moments, comb, rinse.
LEAVE TO AIR DRY..NEVER HAIR DRY YOUR UNIT..
Lay your unit on a towel a squeeze any excess water.
DO NOT TWIST THE TOWEL.
To stop any hair breakage from happening. Don't rub the hair strands against each other
Let it dry naturally.
Perfection every time. Trust the process!