Smith who hosts Bravos hairstylist competition Shear Genius says sometimes she looks back at her long, brown hairstyle over the years and wishes she wouldve gone for a more daring do.
She says that during her time on Charlies Angels in the 70s, studio bigwigs didnt give her much freedom to experiment with her hair, so she kept her signature classic cut.
But by the end of the shows run, she took mane matters into her own hands and began wearing her hair naturally curly and free.
Smiths hair affair didnt start and stop with Charlies Angels.
She was a Breck Girl before she became famous and credits her long tresses for landing her acting jobs.
Shes always tried to keep her hair shiny and in good condition, and as a kid, was taught to brush it 100 times a day.
Still, shes had at least one do thats a definite dont: Her mom once made her sport a ducktail, which she absolutely hated.
Season two of Shear Genius premieres Wednesday (Jun. 25) on Bravo.
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