The shop also later had to hire bouncers to control the crowds. I also like that the texture appears rough and slept-in. The crimped sections at the bottom make the hairstyle different, though—they're a play on the '80s and add some fun.
Pat [Field] had SJ wearing a lot of vintagelike Halston so the turbans and scarves went well with that. And when you get her talking about beauty? And when you look at it from the front, you'll notice that the headband pushes some of the hair down and makes it billow out at the sides.
I've always tried to keep her hair full of different textures. She really loved it! Next, I blow it out straight. Working on set requires you to think on your feet, but it's really fun!
In the end, they had to find another dog for the role. They were all kind of thrown on at the last minute. I left a few pins showing so that it's not completely perfect—I like her hairstyles to be a tiny bit flawed so that they seem human. It's now framed and hangs in Michael Patrick King's office.
It was very impromptu—I'd already prepped her hair with great texture so I just tucked the ends under and she continued doing the scene. A Tiffanys employer still okayed it though. Season 5 was created to be shorter than the other series' because Sarah Jessica Parker was pregnant.
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