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Luvme Hair 24-Inch Long Length Undetectable Lace 13x4 Frontal Lace Wig Review

Me after getting my Luvme Hair unit installed!


Hey, y’all! I’m back with another hair review! Luvme Hair was so kind to send over their 24-inch Long Length Undetectable Lace 13x4 Frontal Lace Wig for me to try out (use my promo code cb2styles to get 23% off your purchase).

Currently, the starting retail price for a 20-inch unit is 369.60. However, the 24-inch unit that I have is going for $434.90. This unit has a body wave texture and is 150% density. The hair came in a natural black color, had a pre-plucked hairline, and adjustable bands.

If you’re curious about how you should wash this unit, refer back to my video on this blog to see how I washed my headband unit from Luvme Hair. The only difference is now I use products from Absorver for the shampoo and conditioner which were specifically made to wash human hair units. I've linked the shampoo and conditioner. This is mandatory for taking care of your unit if you want to get the longest wear out of it.

This is the picture of the unit from the Luvme Hair website.

Feel free to check out this short video clip I made of me getting this new Luvme Hair unit installed! You can watch it down below!

I didn't record myself opening the package, but the unit came in its standard purple box with a few goodies inside. Immediately, the hair was soft to touch, but the real test of time was whether it would hold up after being washed and wearing it for an extended period of time. I've been wearing the unit for a week now and love the quality of it. As I mentioned, the hair is extremely soft, manageable, and there is minimal shedding. The density is 150%. I'll always say I prefer 200% density on any unit, especially units that are 18 inches or longer. However, that's not a deal-breaker.

This unit still looks fairly full. This particular unit is advertised as having undetectable lace. I will say at first I said "undetectable where".... but I think it's a matter of tinting the lace which would make it undetectable. The lace is very fine and thin (which is exactly what you want in a unit), but you most definitely will need to tint the lace the color of your skin if you really want that flawless, undetectable look. My stylist didn't tint my lace this time around because time did not permit us to do so, so you can see the lace a bit in the front - but I plan to use my tint spray to do it myself. I'll be back with a lace close-up once that's been done!

Check back here on Sunday, April 24th for a more detailed look at this unit. I plan to post some close-up shots and videos!

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