Wig: ISIS Brown Sugar Tahiti BS503
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The first thing I said when I put this unit on was WOW! The hair fell down to my waist and the curl pattern is just stunning!
So here’s what you’re going to love about this unit….
1. The curl pattern pattern
Just look at it…need I say more? I am totally in love with it and the texture reminds me of a picture of India O’Neill wearing The Vanity Box’s Malaysian Curly bundles when brushed out.
2. The length and cut
OK so you may or may not love the Rapunzel length hair but I love it! No, I’m not going to wear it to the office but it’s definitely an out-of-work-show-stopper. It’s also already layered.
3. You can straighten it
Tahiti BS503 is a human hair style mix, meaning it’s 100% human hair mixed with a proprietary fabricated texture. My Vienna BS505 unit is made of the same texture and I was able to straighten it on the lowest setting on my hair straighteners (310F).
4. The price
For hair that looks like it cost you $300 for three bundles and a closure a $50-something price tag is really good!
5. Big head friendliness
Brown Sugar collection wigs are always quite roomy and Tahiti is no different. This unit fits comfortably on my head and it has combs and straps that I can use to tighten/ secure it even further if I need to.
Here’s what you might want to change…
1. The knots
Unfortunately, you can see the knots on the lace parting space. It’s knot a huge deal (see what I did there…?) because the hair is so big that once you do a flip over you can’t see them anyway. Note: As the hair isn’t 100% human I would not recommend attempting to bleach it.
It hasn’t tangled yet, but my Brown Sugar Vienna did and it’s made of the same texture. The curl patterns are different though so we’ll see…
All in all…
Up until this point my favorite curly unit was the Outre Batik Peruvian lace front wig. However, that has now changed, the Tahiti BS503 is my favorite curly unit right now. I’m so in love. Let’s see how the curls hold up…
Want to see the unit in action? Watch the review on YouTube below…