Lisa Guerrero has her dark long hair brought up in the back, with one side laying below her shoulders, giving a Latin appeal to her
hairstyle. This is a good approach for Lisa, with her warm skin tones and cinnamon slices, blending in with her brunette color.
After washing, conditioning, blowing and using your large curling iron on the top bringing the top away from the face, with the
exception of your select area that will lay over to one side, as pictured. Notice how this hairstyle doesn't have curls, only lazy
swirls on the ends, that can be easily made with your large curling iron. Follow this through out your hair. The large curling iron
is your safety net, for not accidentally getting too tight of curls. If you do have the type of hair that sets easily, using the
large curling iron will usually prevent tight curls from happening. Here is a tip for you: The hair will stretch and smooth to the
conformity to the size of your iron. Therefore, whatever size iron you choose will be the size of curl you select. When you are
done, back brush the top and sides and smooth over the top shaft of your hair and secure with the rest of the hair that you have
brought back to stay together, in the middle of your crown area. Comb the rest of the hair lightly and position your bangs over to
the side and lift up your top with the rat tail or large hair pin. Spray with gloss.