Rose of Sharon is one of the Saviour's names. A rose of golden glory sort of colour seems fitting when I consider that the manger is empty, the cross is empty, the tomb is empty, because Jesus lives! He's Victor over Death, and Lord of my heart. So tonight I styled my hair with a crown of golden roses.
Twist it gently out to one side until the whole length is evenly twisted but not tight.
Place the tail of the comb under the base of the coil and nudge in the opposite direction to your hair tail. Let your hand holding the end follow the hint, allowing the hair to fall into coils against your scalp, twisting more if necessary to maintain evenness of the coil density. Use your fingers to form the coils into shapely loops.
Secure the loops with two mini claw clips.
Secure the base of the tail with larger claw clip (choose a size capable of holding the thickness of your hair).
Feel the base of the claws to check that all of the tail is within the grasp of the clip.
Flip your hair back from your forehead and arrange the curls to cover the claw clip and form a pleasing frame to your face.
This is as far as I go for a normal daytime hairstyle, but tonight I poked in three rose stems into the mass of hair on top of my head above the claw clip (which is now hidden by the fountain of curls).
Best wishes to you!