Your pick… way to part? Take Not sure which

Hair - - Hair Saviours -

There’s a part­ing for ev­ery face shape. Oval or heartshaped faces should try a cen­tre part­ing, while longer or rounder face shapes ben­e­fit from the bal­anc­ing ef­fect of a side part­ing. If you suf­fer from way­ward or bro­ken hairs that are tak­ing the sharp­ness away from your part­ing, take an old tooth­brush and mist with hair­spray. Use this to smooth down those strays, re­peat­ing un­til hair is com­pletely sleek. A pin-tail comb is the ideal tool for cre­at­ing pre­cise partings. Use the pointed end to draw a line through your hair, start­ing at the fore­head and work­ing to­wards the back of the head. Use your nose as a guide for cen­tre partings, or your eye­brows if you pre­fer to wear your hair on the side. Al­ter­ing your part­ing can com­pletely change your look – and even take years off you. Play around with dif­fer­ent parts and take a pic­ture each time so that you can com­pare and de­cide which is the most flat­ter­ing. You’ll be sur­prised at the dif­fer­ence! Add vol­ume and full­ness to fine hair by cre­at­ing a side­part­ing that be­gins above the cen­tre of one eye and fin­ishes in the mid­dle of your crown. This cre­ates the il­lu­sion of a thicker, fuller style with a bal­anced fin­ish.

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