Monica Potter Medium-Length, Blonde, Shag Hairstyle
Monica Potter's chic shag is fun and sophisticated. To get the look: 1. Apply mousse to damp hair and part hair slightly off to one side. 2. Using a medium round brush, blow dry hair. Pull brush slowly through hair from roots to the ends near the crown, to add maximum volume. 3. Use hair wax to sweep bangs across forehead and off to the side. Put wax on fingers and also use to direct random small sections of your ends to curl slightly upward. 4. Finish style with a light misting of shine spray.
Melinda Clarke Straight, Layered, Red Bob
Melinda Clarke's layered bob with bangs is a polished everyday look for straight hair. Steal her style: 1. Spritz your roots with a volumizing spray then use a boar-bristle brush to blow dry hair straight. 2. Use a large round brush to blow dry bangs. Don't create a curl, though -- WAY too 80s; just turn the brush enough to give a slight bend and some volume. 3. Rub a dollop of pomade between your thumbs and pointer fingers, then twist small sections of hair just at the ends to create definition.
Mary J. Blige Funky, Layered Shag
Mary J. Blige's shag is a good choice for layered, medium length hair. What to do: 1. Apply a straightening cream and blow dry hair with a round brush, flipping your ends out. 2. Follow up with a flat iron to further straighten and flip. 3. Apply styling wax to your ends to keep them from falling limp and to get that piece-y texture.
Kathryn Morris Medium-Length, Blonde, Shag Hairstyle
Kathryn Morris is sporting a classic shag cut that's sophisticated, thanks to the razored ends, and easy to style. Get her look: 1. Apply styling mousse and work throughout damp hair. Part hair to the left. 2. Using a large round brush, blow dry small sections of hair. Blow dry bangs to the left, blow ends of hair up (with brush on top of the hair) and pay special attention to hair at the crown of head, where you want the most volume. At crown, pick up very small sections, and, using the round brush, pull brush through strands slowly, beginning at the root and pulling through to the ends. 3. On the top and crown of head, use large hot rollers on sections of hair, leaving them in for just 10 to 15 seconds at a time (you're trying to create body and shape, not actual curls). 4. Use hair wax to separate pieces of hair at the ends, and lightly mist hair with a light-hold hairspray to set the look.