Lea Thompson extends a certain regality, with her long strawberry gold hair that is quite befitting with her pink skin tones. Her
hair is up in the back and sections down along her face and in the back. The top lays over into areas, with deliberate pieces placed
over her forehead. One of the main concept, of some of today's hairstyles, is to look like the hair wasn't placed there by hands. The
idea is to have it placed there by the wind, rain or exertion by the client. Never fear, anything goes today, so if your style looks
like a hurricane or tornado put it in there, you could just start a whole new trend.
For Lea's smooth style, wash, condition and apply your styling gel and begin to use your wide toothed vented brush as you start on
the bottom of your head in the back, blow drying. Work your way up into the crown and repeat all over the head. If you want more
volume instead of smoothness, then apply your smoothing serum and gloss when you are finished drying. If you desire more smoothness,
use your flat iron and then, apply your smoothing serum and gloss. Section the front edge of your hair closest to your face to
continue to allow to fall below the shoulders. Bring the rest up into the lower crown and clasp with a decorative hair ornament.
Place different stalks of hair in irregular directions, including, upon the forehead. If you like, you could always shake your head
and leave your hair where it falls. Spray and smooth into positions.