Samantha Harris has her long hairstyle cut into layers on at least the bottom half of her length. With these layers curled in vertical sections, it is exceptional that they fan out in this "fishbone" pattern.
Those blessed with long, thick hair have all the options when it comes to designing an updo. Samantha Harris has hers tightly banded low and fashioned in a bun that features some sections loosely tucked in giving it that everlasting messy look.
Long live the ponytail that busted loose in the 1950′s and now is the easy, chic approach to formal hair wear. Samantha Harris takes full advantage of this style that is brushed straight back, molded to her head, allowing the all-one-length of the tail to carry the entire look.
Samantha Harris has some beautiful body in the ends of her long hair. A straight style may have its elegance, however, curls like these will give your extended length a lot more movement.
Applied curls to the ends of the length of Samantha Harris give her a more feminine look and allow lots more fullness to her otherwise all-one-length style. The side sections are twirled around back onto her style drawing more attention to her big, beautiful eyes and cheekbones.
When your hair is long and thick like Samantha Harris’, keeping it frizz free and shiny is the main concern. Thereafter, a good way to get a luscious style would be to fill the bottom third with lots of smooth, well defined curls.
Samantha Harris is a good looking gal, and she knows how to wear a style that is flattering to her features. An elongated neck is hidden beneath a long style, not exposed by a short one. Some fullness from slightly layered ends, help to "spring" up the side sections, thereby creating a little fullness which is needed along the jaw line to camouflage her pointed chin.