Maggie Grace magnifies simplicity and naturalness in the truest brunette form. What can be more authentic, than the ingénue of her
adornment? Her hair could possibly be all one length and angled on the sides, yet, her hair is all pulled back from the side part
she is wearing and gathered together probably in the center area of her crown; so, we do not really know. The custom direction in
which her hair has been pulled back on the top is what displays her unique originality. When you look carefully, you will see three
sections of her hair that have been pulled back, one by one. The very top that has a small curve while going back, the section
underneath and the side. On the other side, there are two sections, the top of the side that has also been pulled back alone, and
then the bottom of the side.
Just a little bit of practice would reward you with this type of look for yourself. Always begin with a clean head of hair; allow
to air dry or use your blow dryer if more volume is desire. This would be your choice. Spray some light gloss and comb through unto
the ends. Clip your hair in the back, as you begin work on the top and sides. Section a not too even part on your side. Take the
very top area and make an angled part measuring with a comb from the beginning of your eyebrow. That is the place where you want
to begin. Now, you are going to round out that angle just a tiny bit when you comb your hair to the back. Secure that section with
a braid or attractive hair clasp. Take the next section below and bring back directly to rest next to the first, securing with
another clasp. Lastly take the bottom side and fix along the others. Repeat this with the two sections on the other side. Take
your clip off the back and comb. Spray lightly. Its ok, to have a few appealing strands peeking out. It will only add to the
charm of this hairstyle.