Tammie Sheffield's hairstyle is loaded with life, lift and bounce. If there was ever a hairstyle that fit's a personality, it has to be
this one. True to shag, the longest sections are in the very bottom of the back and in her bang area. The shorter mentions, gravitate
into the crown and on her upper sides. Do you like all the flips this hairstyle brings? After you have decided to go for the haircut,
you need to know how to be able to maintain your hairstyle. There are a couple of ways to do this. After you have washed, conditioned
and applied your styling mouse or whatever appeals to you, use your blow dryer with a medium sized vent brush to tilt the hair out
and up. Bring the brush vertically, on the sides while blowing it all back. The last area is the top and you blow the hair into the
direction you want. If you would like a smoother approach, use your curling iron in the same direction as you did with your brush.
Brush out and apply gloss. Another way is to roll the hair into the direction you would like, using large to medium sized rollers.
Dry and brush vigorously out, apply your moisturizers and gloss. Brush the hair over the ears, as pictured. Your hairstyle will
always last longer when it is rolled, rather than blown dry. Although it could be tighter than you wished, it will relax in a little
while and be exactly the way you wanted.