First things first.
Pretty straight forward, lift up the latch and then pry the two sides of the pull lever apart with the screwdriver or by sticking the needle nosed pliers in there. Be careful, this piece is way to fragile for it's own good.
Use the small screwdriver to pull the plugs out from their socket. After removing them you can pry the grill off. It is held in place with a few pins on the bottom and then 3 push in pins on the top. Tilt the grill forward and then lift it up and out.
First to come out are the 5 screws that were previously covered by the grill. These take a T30 and are relatively straight forward but I'll show them anyways.
Next up are the single screws behind each lower fog light / fake inlet cover. The screws are pretty easy to get out (again T30) but the plastic blanks were a bit of a pain. Easiest method I found is to reach in with your fingers and press up on the tabs (shown below). You can then pry the blanks out from the top tilting towards the front.
Finally there are four screws in the front fender liner. I didn't even bother taking pictures of these because with the wheel turned you can clearly see them.
So now you should have removed the following:
If you have removed all of those then you're ready to remove the bumper.
This is easiest to do with two people. Make sure you're pulling evenly and straight forwards and it should just slide off. Keep in mind there may be a wire going to the bumper sidemarker light on each side but it should have enough slack that it doesn't need to be disconnected.
Here it is removed.
Home stretch now!
Each headlight assembly is held in with four T25 screws, two on the top and two on the bottom. There is a single connector at the back with a large push tab that can be undone with just your fingers. (Don't use any tools, like everything on this car it's fragile and breaks quite easily.)
Here are the bottom screws.
Once you've installed the new headlight, I would strongly recommend connecting up everything and testing them to make sure they work. If for some reason they don't, I'm sure you'd rather realize that now than after putting everything back together.
There we go! All done (while almost).
Everything in the reverse order... Some notes:
Pictures of the finished project will come soon.