We are installing Tenalie 24" from Outre in their Lace front collection. I'm going to use the Red Lace Tint Spray to customize the lace. I didn't pluck or anything with this unit because this is a old school lace front unit. You really can not be doing all that. Boo you just put it on and that's what it's going to be. So right here I'm just showing you guys how I'm going to cut the lace. I honestly could have did this without it being on my head. I just feel like when you put it on your head and cut it, It just already lays to the shape of your head. The circumference of your head. And it just lays down a little bit flatter then just cutting it off the lace. So this is what I'm doing.
This unit is big head friendly. And if you are a wig wearing girl then you know that Outre lace fronts is the super OG. Before it was the melted hairlines, before it was the perfect 360 units, all those 5x5 units that Outre has now, these were the original girls. So I went back to what I know. I tried out Tenalie in this beautiful ombre style. It's brown, to a lighter brown, to a blonde. I really like this wig. I just wish that it had a little bit more product space on the top. So that I could customize, stuff like that. But to throw this one on it's super cute for the color and it match my outfit for the day.
So I'm going to use Ebin Spray to adhere it to my skin. If you guys don't know I always spray it underneath on the tabs part closest to to the ear. This is because it never really sticks. Due to me having a lot of hair right there in my sideburns. I'm taking my lace melt band and using a little bit of heat just to speed up the melting process. Now it's time for baby hairs.
I just took off the smallest piece because we don't really got that much parting space at the front. So I'm just going to take a little skinny piece and a little bit of a edge. This unit already did come with precut edges but I'm trying to do a little bit more customization with the little bit of space that we do have. I'm going to go in with some concealer and use some product to lay my baby hairs down. I am taking my handy dandy Wax Stick and I'm going to take my Hot Comb just to lay this piece down right here. I don't want to be looking like big wig. So I'm taking my Hot Comb on low heat about 200° to lay it down a little bit more.