One of my go to wigs
Tia was one of the very first wigs I ever purchased and I now have 2 of them, one in Champagne the other in Chestnut. I also had one in Raisin Glaze, but I totally ruined it when I thinned it with regular thinning shears. Tia is one of those styles that if you must thin it, notchy point cutting seems to be the way to go, which plays up the original point cut to maximum effect. Using regular thinning shears seems to leave Tia a bit too "Tina Turner" for my taste. Personally, I think Tia benefits from a bit of thinning in this way, further playing up the choppy texture.
The monotop on this style is very VERY well done, the knots virtually invisible. The hair is very thick on top however, sort of obscuring the feature, another reason that Tia can benefit from a bit of point cut thinning, imo.
Overall, Tia is easy to wear, light for the summer and completely natural looking.
What I love most about Tia is that with some product, she can be manipulated into a very edgy, epic bed head looking 'do, especially in the rooted Champagne color. That edge is very a difficult thing to find in a quality wig. Tia doesn't HAVE to have that edge however, she can also be smoothed a bit for a tamer look, and the well disguised permatease on top lends itself to massive volume on top if that's what you need.
When I need a grab and go wig, Tia is one of the first ones I go for