One of the best things I love about a deep side part is that it’s versatile and you can tailor it to fit your personality. You can try a loose and wavy style, pull it back into a low bun, or a braided ponytail. Below are 5 hairstyles you can try this fall season!
Deep Side Part: How-To
Soft & Wavy
Step 1. Draw the line (should align with the highest point of the eyebrow)
Step 3. Curl sections with a medium barrel curling iron and work from the bottom up.
Step 4. Brush out the curls with the same brush starting from the side part all the way to the ends.
Step 5. Add a bobby pin for a strong hold.
The “just got out of bed” look is very easy to do.
Step 1. Add a volumizing spray or mousse to damp hair and scrunch the product into the hair from root to tip.
Step 2. Draw the part (should align with the highest point of the eyebrow)
Step 3. Blow dry front of hair starting at the roots and blowing downwards
Step 4. Rough dry the rest of your hair, blow drying it in all directions to create movement and texture.
Step 5. Lastly, add a little serum or shine spray to polish the ends.
There are so many fun ways to dress up a braid ponytail but, I’m going to show you a quick and easy one you can do at home. I highly recommend this look for someone with bangs or layers.
Step 1. Create a deep side part (should align with the highest point of the eyebrow)
Step 2. Gather all your hair on one side of your head.
Step 3. Take the hair and make a slightly tight braid.
Step 4. Put an elastic around the ends.
Step 5. If you have shorter pieces in the front, remove a few from the braid.
This hairstyle was seen heavily at the fall 2013 shows. Hairstylist from the Bottega Veneta show shares how to create big curls for fall.
Step 1. Prep hair with a volumizing mousse and roughly blow-dry it using fingers.
Step 2. Create a deep side part.
Step 3. Safeguard strands with a heat-protecting spray and curl small sections with a half-inch curling iron, or get looser curls by working on larger sections with a bigger curling iron, starting two to three inches down from the roots. We recommend: Redken Iron Shape 11 Finishing Thermal Spray
Step 4. Pin each curl to the head and let hair set.
Step 5. Then unpin each section and comb through it with fingers and a boar bristle brush to create volume.
Step 6. Lastly, sweep the top front section to one side and securing it in place with a bobby pin.
Such a classic updo and very easy to do!
Step 1. Create a deep side part and pull hair into a very low ponytail.
Step 2. Take the ponytail and twist and wrap around the base of itself.
Step 3. Use an elastic or bobby pins to secure it in place.
Step 4. Add an hair accessory like a flower clip or colorful hair pin to the front (Optional).
Will you be trying this trendy look for fall?