Maggie Grace might be working toward the shag hairstyle. We can see the back longer than the sides and this gives us a strong suspicion
that a shag could be on the horizon. There is the obvious zigzagged center part, bringing each zag section on the other side of her
head, in smooth ribbons. Every strand has been smoothed and glossed into prime shape for this style. The back is longer and as you go
up just a ways, you will see longer lengths begin to form next to her bottom hair. The sides angle down with the top and mix well
together as if they were one. Wash, condition and apply your moisturizers and styling gels, dry with a blow dryer or allow to air dry.
Use your flat iron to slide the hair into place. Apply plenty of smoothing serum to combat any frizz, applying liberally throughout
your hair and finger combing freely. This is how you achieve that smooth straight thick look that is so popular today. So, remember
not to short change your hair. If it is dry, apply lots of moisturizers and leave in moisturizers. If it is oily, no need for
moisturizers, but apply a good strong protein conditioner instead. And, let the good times roll.