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Cheryl Ladd NCIS Hair How To

Cheryl Ladd On NCIS

Cheryl Ladd NCIS Hair How To

Actress Cheryl Ladd looked lovely as a soft caramel hued blonde on tonight's episode of NCIS.  The beautiful 60 year old former Angel (Kris Munroe who replaced Farrah Fawcett-Majors) played Dr. Mary Courtney, the new love interest for Dr. Donald "Ducky" Mallard (David McCallum).

Although Ducky, as his team affectionately calls him, was smitten with the picture perfect physician he met through an online dating site, she was definitely too good to be true.  While the good doctor seemed like a perfect match for Ducky, it turned out that she was a serial killer.

As the plot unfolded Ducky was horrified to discover that while Mary could deliver the best pastries and cook a spectacular meal, she also was behind the mysterious deaths of naval officers.

Of course Gibbs and the rest of the NCIS team arrived just in time to prevent any real danger to Dr. Mallard.

However, Ducky threatened to stop indulging in on-line dating.  At least for a little while anyway.

Cheryl Ladd And David McCallum

Cheryl Ladd was a great fit as Dr. Mallard's new love interest.  Her long hair was worn cascading from a high side part with the ends softly arranged in large loopy curls.

Her caramel blonde base was impeccably highlights with lighter golden blonde ribbons.

A darker milk chocolate hue was also interwoven throughout the base in harmony with the highlights.

How To Copy Cheryl Ladd's NCIS Hairstyle

Step 1 - Cleanse detangled hair in lukewarm water with a volume enhancing shampoo.

Step 2 - Rinse shampoo from hair and apply a volume enhancing rinse-out conditioner.  Detangle horizontal sections of hair with fingers or a long hair-friendly detangling comb.

Step 3 - Rinse out conditioner and finish with a cool or cold water rinse.

Step 4 - On towel-blotted hair, apply styling cocktail including a leave-in conditioner, defrisant and a volume enhancing cream or spray.  You may also wish to apply Phyto Volume Actif root lift.  Finish with a small amount of heat protective spray or serum.

Cheryl Ladd On NCIS

Step 5 - Starting at the nape of the neck separate horizontal sections of hair into 2-inch sections.

Step 6 -  Using a 100% boar bristle paddle brush combined with a blow dryer (preferably with a concentrator nozzle) work down the length of each section of hair.  Direct air flow down the strands from the roots to the ends.  Apply short blast of heat to the ends for a smooth finish. Continue through out entire head until hair is 100% dry.

Step 7 - Create high side part using tail comb. Starting at the nape of the neck separate hair into 2-inch sections.  Spray with heat protective mist before flat ironing with a 1 1/2" iron.  Start ironing right at the roots, but stop approximately 3⁄4" down the length of the strands. Leave ends iron free.

Step 8 - Use a large barrel curling iron that is approximately 2" in diameter.  Roll ends of hair under.  Continue curling hair up to the point where the flat ironing  stopped. Hold curling iron for 10-15 seconds and release. Continue throughout entire head.

Step 9 - Once entire head has been flat ironed and curled allow strands to completely cool and set.

Step 10 - Gently separate hair with fingers to open and loosen waves. Step 11 - Finish by misting with a volume enhancing freezing or styling spray.

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