MID­DLE ground

True Love Hair - - TRENDS - By LER­ATO SEUOE

Trends are not only about hair­cuts and styles. Some­thing as sim­ple as a hair part­ing can make your look pop. It’s the eas­i­est to pull off. Here’s how.

HOW TO WEAR IT

The mid­dle part­ing can be messy or pre­cise if your hair is slick enough. Wear it with a high or low pony­tail, or marry it with a pom­padour by cre­at­ing the part­ing and then teas­ing the crown for a vin­tage feel. Waves look cool with a mid­dle part­ing as they cre­ate a soft frame around your face. For straight hair, curve your flat iron a lit­tle at the ends. If it’s short, do a sim­ple part­ing and slide your hair be­hind the ears. You can also pin the hair with clips.

ALL TEX­TURES WORK

Tex­ture plays a ma­jor role in keep­ing the mid­dle part­ing look­ing good. Most of the mod­els on the run­way have paired their mid­dle part­ing with tou­sled tresses this sea­son. You can wear a cen­tre part­ing even with su­per-straight hair; just slip it in with any tex­ture, be it tight coils or a slick style.

RUN­WAY CRAZE

The S/S17 run­way was filled with mod­els rock­ing the cen­tre part­ing. It’s a univer­sal favourite as it has a way of soft­en­ing your face and giv­ing it def­i­ni­tion. The side part­ing is also a pop­u­lar trend this sea­son. Whether it’s on a wig, weave or corn­rows, try this straight­for­ward look on your­self: you’re bound to be pleased with the re­sults.

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