Infographic: Logan by Tony of Beverly, Color 2832

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Hey y’all, this is Gina. Today I have the opportunity to share with you Logan by Tony of Beverly in the color 2832. Logan has stacked short layers in the back with longer layers and a side swept bang in the front. These layers look like they have been cut and placed by a true, high-rated professional!

So when you are out wearing Logan, get ready to answer the question, “Who does your hair?!”





Logan has the Heritage Cap which is most commonly known as a Standard Cap.







I apologize for the hair being windblown. It was quite breezy that day.

2832 is described as dark chestnut brown blended with dynamic dark auburn.





Another Tony of Beverly wig that is great fit for me! The adjusters weren’t even set out all the way. Logan felt very comfortable and secure on with the bonus that I didn’t even have to put on my wig grip. The length came down perfectly on my chin. The only thing I had to be careful with was making sure my bio hair was tucked in completely at the nape. I would also recommend removing the tags on this one since the nape on Logan is short and not extended.

The sideburns had really great coverage. I did have some of my bio hair exposed, but it wasn’t much. My biohair is about 1B/2 off black so having a little bio hair exposed on 2832 just made it seem like I just came from a high end salon. For someone with a smaller head, I wouldn’t be surprised if Logan provided complete coverage for you. 🙂

All in all, I LOVE Logan. She’s super cute and stylish, but most importantly Logan is very comfortable on me.


Logan by Tony of Beverly



  1. March 3, 2017 / 12:11 am

    I love this on you..this color is so boring brown here..;-)

    • Gina
      March 3, 2017 / 11:28 pm

      I completely agree with you Kathleen! 2832 is actually quite subdued from the color swatch. It makes me want to something a little more riskier. LOL.

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