Hairstyles with part are always seen sported by numerous wearers. Part designs often create stunning final results, working well in changing up your hair to complement the whole style. However, some wearers are sick of wearing these styles, because of the dull looks or impaired hairdos resulting from the parts. Therefore, here the question arises. How should we adjust our part to our hairstyles so as to get our styles upgraded? Here I list four different ways to rock hair part. Read on to select the most suitable one.
- Center Part
The center part can be kind of versatile, creating fabulous look for medium to hong hair, being suitable for all hair textures. Besides, for a boho style or 70s fashion, the center design help change up the hair look. Generally speaking, the style looks best on oval and heart-shaped faces. Of course, you can try it out for other face shapes, but the long one is strongly not suggested because it can lengthen your face seemingly. How a stunning final look the style can help to create? See ‘dos worn by Mega babes Sophia Vergara and Lauren Conrad as examples.
- The California Fling
Well, the hair part makes the ‘do so cool. To recreate the style,you can just casually toss your hair to one side. The design is one of the side parts, but it is a deep side part whose hair is pushed back from the face and over to the side in a big 90s wave. Many celebrities, including some of our favorite 90s teen television stars, once rocked this style. If you have long natural waves, you will surely look incredibly stunning in the style. It is versatile as well, being suitable for all face shapes, better than the center part.
- Side part
It is a classic design for almost all face shapes, looking good on straight or wavy hair, fine or thick hair. But it can not be denied that it looks the best on vintage waves and short polished flirty hair.
For me, either side of my hair is suitable for a side part, although some say parting hair to the right side helps show softer, more feminine side, while to the left display inner strength and savvy.
- Zig-Zag part
For those who have noticeable roots and seldom have their hair touched up at a salon, it is suggested diffusing the roots with a zig-zag part. It can be styled in every direction, and looks fantastic with curls, especially hair with natural textures. Almost every face shape looks good in the style.
Which one is your style? Or which one will you try in the coming future?