Lauren Graham gives validation to the lengthy appeal of her hair, through the dominance of her blue eyes and her natural smile.
This whole look is definitely a throw back, once again to the image of how the hippies used to wear their hair in the sixties and
seventies. Woodstock was filled with these look a likes of the flower power children, who came against the establishment. They sat
on their blankets, had a few tokes and listened to concerts.
Lauren has medium textured brown hair that is designed in an off centered part and angles on the sides. Most of her hair has a blunt
clip, to achieve a rich full affect.
Her hair moves into a bone straight appearance, from the part, all the way down to her ends. I can smell the scent of conditioners
and straightening products, she uses on her hair to accomplish this very image. Begin to wash your hair, condition and apply plenty
of straightening gel generously. Use your blow dryer along with your large vented brush and always begin in the bottom of the back.
Clip up the rest of your hair that you aren't using at the moment. When it is all dry, begin to apply your straightening sprays,
such as "hot sets" and use your flat iron, beginning from the root area, while pulling it out to the ends, gently. Repeat this
whole process, little by little and when you are done, use a good portion of smoothing serum, giving special attention to your
ends. Spray some gloss and you've done enough work for a whole day! If your arms are tired after this, just get out the old
Epsom Salts and soak for about 10 minutes and you'll be ready to go again.