Melissa George's eyes captivate you, in this smooth and intricate hairstyle. She looks like a mixture of the late movie star
Grace Kelly and Sharon Stone. There is a short side part, that dips over a small side of her face, then, moves back to join the
clutches of rounded, intertwined curls at the lower part of her head. The other side is bought directly back, without any fluff or
pouf to also connect with the curls.
To approach the task of this hairstyle for yourself, you must have the needed length(at least to your shoulders) to work in the
smoothness and the wrapped curls. Wash condition and apply your styling lotion. Part your hair into the short part depicted in the
photo and use large rollers on the side, for the wave, rolling everything under. Five or six rollers should be ample. Roll the other
side, vertically going back. Roll the rest of the top, back and the crown is also down, until you reach the bottom of the head. To
understand where the cut off point is, take your comb and set it on the top of your ear and wind it towards the back. This is the
area where you want to begin to roll sections in 5.1 cm or 2 inches with medium sized rollers. Roll them irregularly, as you would
want them to interweave in and out of each other. Dry your hair. Brush vigorously, section off the top and secure to use as the last
area to finish. There are several ways to do this, the first way is to brush the rest of your hair back and secure with a hair band.
Look at the curls and back brush each one that you have rolled, section by section. Smooth the tops and begin to secure with pins
around the hair band. Take another section and weave that inside one of the curls and over and secure with a pin. Repeat this with
each of the sections you have rolled, securing with pins. This is a smooth hairstyle, with smooth curls. Bring the curls in and out
of the different curls you have made in the beginning. Take your top and lightly back brush it, over to the side and smooth the
shaft and you will see your slight wave that will fall along the side of your face. Bring the rest back and tuck the ends under
or through one of the curls, again fixing with hairpins. Another way is to use bobby pins and place singly and individually into
place without the band. This is accomplished more easily with the professional, as this hairstyle calls for the trained eye.
Do not get discouraged if you have a problem with this hairstyle. If you have a unique talent for styling, you just might be able to
achieve this look.