Just when you think you've seen the straightest hair possible, Jenny McCarthy brings a new conceived level to the undiluted lines
that the bob offers. Her hair has a high straight part and her platinum color has been filtered with a few subtle darker
blondes to break the intent of having one overall color. Her hair is cut up short in the nape of her neck and graduates into a
longer length, just below her jaw; as is accustomed with the bob hairstyle. With this hairstyle, think rigidly blunt! Her bangs are
the same length as her sides and fall easily into their movement. There are a few different ways you can wear this hairstyle. You
could always twist the top in different sections and secure with clasps, you could place the sides behind your ears, put the whole
top and upper sides into a comb clasp with whirls and fans to give the expression of a creative canvas and allow the rest to hang
down. The important issue is getting this haircut. To take care of this hairdo, wash, condition and apply your styling crèmes and
blow your hair dry vigorously with your super jumbo large vented brush. Or, if time is not on your side, just use your fingers.
Spray your hair with your thermo setting spray and begin to use your flat iron on the very back, going downward to bring those
vertically straight lines you see. When you are done, use plenty of smoothing serum and spray with gloss. I wouldn't advise this
hairstyle for the natural curly or wavy girl, unless she is ready to go into the salt mines, every time she gets ready for work.
This is an outstanding cut for those who have thin, fine hair. You will still have to use plenty of hair products to achieve your