Pensively, Michelle Michaels brings us into a new vista with her long hair severely pulled back and away from her face and fastened
in the back. Her bangs have been heavily straightened, as are the length of her hair. Her hair is styled in long layers and has
three colors we can see from the photo. There is the light blonde that is next to her dark new growth and on the ends we see more
of a strawberry blonde color. All of which has eye appeal on this engaging lady.
Do you like the severity of this hairstyle and ready to give it a go? Heat up your flat iron while you wash your hair, condition
and apply some styling gel generously to your hair. Begin to section off your hair in the three sections in the back; top, middle
and nap. Section off two portions on your sides and section off your bang area as pictured in the photograph. Begin on the bottom
of your back and bring your vented large brush up and under your hair, pulling out onto the ends while you are blow drying. Work
this process all the way around your head, including your top. Or, you can always allow your hair to dry naturally, and then
section it off for you to work your flat iron with. This whole concept is not to have any curl. Spray your thermo setting lotion
and begin once again on the bottom of your nap. Place your flat iron as close to your scalp as you can without burning and gently
pull out and downward. Work your way up and all around the head. Now, section off your bangs and begin in the bottom row, taking a
small portion, pulling your iron out and down. Repeat this same process. When done bring your hair back on the top and sides and
secure into the middle of your head. You can do this by combs, combs that clasp, fancy hair ornaments or decorative barrettes. Use
your imagination, on how you'd like to secure your hair. Place your bangs over to the side and apply smoothing serum on all of your
hair. Spray. And, you didn't think you could do it!