Maggie Grace presents unbridled class as she wears her long blonde hair up in small ringlet cascades, that are laying in her crown
and hanging loosely along the side of her face. Few up styles exhibit a smoothness or neatness today, if you have been fearful of
trying this style for yourself, chances are, with a little bit of effort, you will surprise yourself. Today, it is ok and even in
vogue, to have curls over the eyes, over the mouth and dangling in the most unusual places. In fact, many of the hairstyles are like
abstract paintings and it takes a good eye to appreciate them.
For staying power, drag those medium sized rollers back out and comb your hair back away from your face while wet and begin rolling
in irregular directions from the crown. Select a few strands, such as the ones we see by her face and roll them toward the face.
Dry. When done, use pins to gather the hair into the crown and to form the ringlets and allow the few around the face to hang. If
you do not want to use the rollers, dry your hair and use a small curling iron, beginning in the crown. Use a medium iron on the
top and bring everything back securing with pins. Wrap the few ringlets to hang around the face. When done, if your hair looks like
you had to run a block to get to the car, you know, you finally have the hairstyle.