Part-Wars: Which Dramatic Hair Part Will Revolutionize Your Look?
This entry was posted on July 11, 2014.
Your hair part is something that can become almost as intrinsic to your life as your name. Many men and women have been parting their hair the same way since they were old enough to comb their hair. It’s time to add a little pizzazz to your part and try something new. Dramatic parts were a big part of the runways this season and will stick around for a while. Changing your hair part will revolutionize your look. Best of all, there are also some great hair extension options for styling your part wherever you move it. Here are a few options for moving that hair part.
Many women don’t think they can rock the middle part, because they associate it with outdated styles from the 1960s and 1970s. The middle part, however, is quite chic and modern with the right hairstyle and an updated outfit. Heart-shaped faces wear the middle part well if hair is long. Individuals with an oval face or a high forehead also benefit from this part, as it brings out their best features. If you use hair extensions, a Vpart closure works well for the middle part. This closure allows your natural hair to be exposed at the part line, and it is also versatile with other parts.
Deep Side Part
A deep side part works best with square or oval faces. Make sure you showcase your best side. Unlike a standard side hair part, a deep side part angles more dramatically to one side and is usually accompanied by side swept bangs that go across the forehead. This part is especially good if you have an angular face, because it will help soften the angles. A Swiss lace closure works well with the deep side part, because its versatility allows you to part your hair in any direction.
Sexy, beachy waves are an effortlessly chic element of summer, and often a not-so-perfect part is the best top for this style. Damp bamboo curlers or braids in damp hair can create these beachy waves, or use a flat iron to create shape before brushing and using product. Use the thin end of a comb with a handle to play around with your normal part, moving pieces of hair from side to side until you reach the perfect level of effortlessness. Silk closures offer versatility for extensions.