“If you’re not locked into a specific part and enjoy shifting it around depending on the hairstyle, keep in mind that the shorter your hair the more significant of an impact your part will create,” says LaFond, adding that this is because the length of your hair will change on the sides when you flip your part. For Russell, the way he parts his one-length, hip-grazing hair comes down to practicality. “I generally like a center part because it stays off my face,” he explains. “I can easily tuck it behind my ears or wear it down.”
“When people have limp hair, a tossed over look can really help to hold volume,” explains Russell. “If someone has very curly hair they may like to side part their hair as a center part could really make their hair fall into their face too much.” LaFond underlines that depending on your hair’s thickness and texture, changing up your part can be as impactful as a new haircut. “With texture being naturally voluminous, as you shift your part, you also create and remove a significant amount of height,” explains LaFond. “A simple change from a middle part to a side part can look like you got a new haircut. The possibilities are endless.”
“Anytime you are parting the hair, be sure to part the hair all the way back to the crown of the head in order to give balance to the hair,” says Tran. In terms of doing so neatly, a rattail comb can be useful in helping you achieve a precise line from the forehead all the way to the crown, which is the highest part of the scalp.
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