Lauren Woodland delivers unfettered magic, with her long blonde hair pulled back on one side and the rest, hanging below her shoulders.
When there is one side of the hair pulled away from the face, there will be an instant splendor, to the frame of the face.
To achieve this look, wash, condition and apply your gels and blow dry quickly throughout, moving your hair upward with your hands,
to get the droplets of moisture out. Use your medium sized curling iron and begin on the very bottom of your back in a vertical
position. This isn't an easy thing to do, if you don't have a friend to help you out. Your tenaciousness will help, bring you
through. Repeat this vertical order, row after row, up into the crown area. Your hair should look like a cascade of coils. Move
around to the sides and follow the vertical position, giving one section toward the face and another back away. Plant your top over
to the side. Begin in small sections that are closest to the side, moving the hair under. Follow this through on the top, until
finished. Lightly comb your hair out, and back brush the top only. Bring the one side up and back, fastening with a comb. Smooth
out the top and bring over to the side. Fluff up the rest of the hair and apply your spray for the staying power you need, placing
the hair where you desire.