Lisa Sheridan is keeping her hair black and that is with a capitol B! She can get away with this color because she is youthful and it
corresponds attractively with her hazel green eyes. Black hair can signify a dark and mysterious allure, or it can also give off the
flames of passion that a flamenco dancer brings.
Ms Sheridan is wearing a full center part hairstyle that has been textured in layers, which retire on her shoulders. There are a
few lazy strands of hair about her forehead. The sides attempt to move back. The rest of her hair blends in a couple small flips,
while other sections lie down. This hairstyle is the, "I just got out of bed and had to run after my dog, in the morning rain"
look. And, that was before my coffee! If you can picture this in your mind, then you can easily have this style for yourself.
First step, if you have relative thickness in your hair, have your hair fashioned in layers so that you can actually achieve this
hairstyle. Layers can be delightful, once you learn how to work with them. Wash your hair, condition, apply your styling lotion and
blow dry with your hands or your vent brush. Part in the center and begin to wind your hair with hot rollers, all going under,
beginning in the crown of your head. When the setting has taking place, brush your hair vigorously and apply your smoothing cream,
depending on how much volume you desire. Spray your hair on the sides while lifting them up just a bit. Don't fuss too much, as
this is a free and easy presentation.