Meredith Monroe brings charm to the hairstyle that Marlo Thomas used to wear back in the sixties and/or seventies era. The only
difference is that Meredith has her sides slightly angled and her bangs are a little bit thinner. We can see the carefree flip on the
ends and the center part. This style isn't too short nor too long, but versatile enough to be worn down or in an elegant fashion for
that perfect evening out, while you share escargot. The length is eased upon her shoulders and this is what, captures the ends, into
the natural swing up. Wash, condition and allow to air dry. When dry use your hot rollers, rolling the crown under and the ends up. Do
not roll next to the part, as it would be too curly when you brush out. Depending upon the texture of your hair, would depend upon the
length of time you leave the rollers in your hair. Brush vigorously. If it seems too tight, remember it will relax in a little while.
Better to have a little bit of bounce, than none at all. If time is an issue, use your curling iron to tilt the ends up and this will
give your curl less energy, as pictured in the photo.