Lindsay Lohan reportedly has her team of stylists at the ready in preparation for a possible Sunday release from jail.
Several of Lohan's favorite stylists and hair and makeup people have been put on call from midnight today through the entire weekend, according to Popeater's Rob Shuter.
That would suggest that Lohan is expecting to depart from the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, Calif., by this weekend after two weeks into her 90-day sentence.
Steve Whitmore, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department, told the Los Angeles Times this week that Lohan's earliest release date would likely be Sunday. And the release would most likely happen at midnight to minimize the expected media circus.
The 30-second walk from the detention center exit to an awaiting car is likely to be beamed around the world. And chances are Lohan will want to look her best.
She doesn't need to do much, her lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, said.
"She looks gorgeous," Holley told reporters Wednesday after visiting the jailed starlet. "She's writing a lot. She's creating art.
"She's a beautiful, talented, creative woman, and she's going to come out and surprise you all."
Lucky for Lohan she got to keep her hair extensions, unlike other inmates who are required to remove them once they enter jail.
Detention center authorities told the Los Angeles Times that the extensions were sewn near her scalp, making it difficult for staff to remove them.
Lohan is already preparing for what's next after leaving jail. Holley said she was upset about the prospect of having to go straight to rehab.
"Right now, the issue is how much time she'll have when she's released before she has to do the second part of her sentence, which is rehab," Holley told reporters. "She'd obviously like to spend some time with her family. ... She wants me to emphasize that to judge Revel."
While Lohan's time in jail has not been a cakewalk -- there were reports that she had a hysterical breakdown and was driving fellow inmates crazy with special requests -- Holley has insisted that her client is playing the part of the perfect prisoner.
"She is doing fine," attorney Holley told UsMagazine.com last Sunday. "She has made some friends.
"We are not asking for special treatment from the court or the sheriff, nor is she receiving special treatment," Holley added.
While she will reportedly tell all about her time in jail in a major TV sitdown after her release, Lohan's mindset can be gleaned from a photo of her upper left arm taken the day she was carted from a Beverly Hills court to jail: What appears to be a bruise is actually the base for a tattoo of a little girl with her eyes closed.
Lohan got the tattoo in Hollywood in the days leading up to her jail stint because "she liked the innocence of the girl," according to TMZ.
Lohan has gotten many visitors in her short time at the Century Regional Detention Facility. Former girlfriend Samantha Ronson stopped by last Thursday. The day before, Lohan's mother, Dina Lohan, and younger sister Ali paid her a visit. The pair were videotaped entering the detention center that afternoon.