How to Perfect a Scallop Hairline When Ventilating with Brazilian Human Hair

 Ventilating with Brazilian Human Hair
This is my first attempt at ventilating a Scallop hairline with Brazilian Human Hair. It isn't a hairline that you can wear tape with unless the tape is one long piece going straight across and placed behind the scallops.  The reason why I was so interested in making a scallop hairline is because I think the baby hairs would look awesome  Here's my plan, I plan on using the scallop hairline portion of the front for baby hairs. This means I would have to cut the scallops about 2" in length, I believe that's enough to swirl the hair in a round shape and lay it with my favorite holding gel by Dr. Miracle.

This is my first time ventilating with Brazilian Human Hair, but this not my first time making a wig with Brazilian Human Hair.  As you can see the top portion is very thin, that's because I haven't finished ventilating the top center.  I have about 2" of ventilation left before I will be finished with the ventilation.  Once that is completed, before I do anything else, I will seal the knots with lace sealer.  I have several sealers that I like to use, if you're interested then read this post

 Ventilating with Brazilian Human Hair

The photo below is showing a side view.  I have not added any foundation around the back hairline nor have I sewn any tracks.  What I like to do is complete all of my ventilation first. The reason why I recommend doing it this way is because the canvas head is more flexible holding and nesting between the legs while ventilating. If I had a head full of hair in the back, it would definitely get in the way.

I am in love with the way this Brazilian Human Hair ventilates.  It pulls through the needle quite easily and it knots very well also.  I am ventilating with single and double knots, mostly double knots in the back of the frontal and single knots across the front.  Because Brazilian Human Hair is not virgin hair (it is not donated from a person) it is manufactured with synthetic fibers which causes the strands to look slightly thicker than pure virgin Indian Hair.  Because of this, you can see the knots very clearly in the photo.  Once I bleach them, they will become unseen. 
 Ventilating with Brazilian Human Hair