Spring/Summer 2020 Hairstyles – Extreme Side Parts
The simplest and also the most complex hair styling tricks provide us with the best methods to turn locks into a real masterpiece. Often the runway collections are some of the most sought-after sources of inspiration when it comes to staying versed with the upcoming trends.
The Spring/Summer 2020 extreme side part hair styles make no exception when it comes to enchanting the hair style trend-trotters who are eager to enhance their strands with a cosmopolitan flair given by the various sculpting tricks. Choosing how to part your hair is indeed an essential decision as it might have a fabulous or on the contrary unfortunate impact on our face shape and appearance in general. Therefore, analyze your features and make the best of your do.
Michael KorsMichael KorsRodarteRodarte
Side hair parts shouldn’t be uber-polished and stiff. Instead, if you are fond of the Boho chic hairstyles and mussed up looks rather than that of the tamed ones, make sure you pair this stylish accessory with your tousled locks. The best examples for these romantic and flirty hair styles you’ll find in the collections of Michael Kors as well as Rodarte. These designers were mesmerized by the youthful allure of these loose and laid back dos that create a more relaxed and urbane chic impression. In order to achieve the desired look make sure you dry your locks without using a brush. In order to dress up your locks with cool waves add some scrunching as the best method to boost the volume and prominence of your tresses. Furthermore, use a tailcomb to create the extreme side part and fix it with the best styling products or a fab hair accessory as these hair pins or barrettes.
Narciso RodriguezNarciso RodriguezUnited BambooUnited Bamboo
Super-sleek and swept to the side hair styles as the ones presented in the shows of Narciso Rodriguez and United Bamboo and are also uber-popular among those who would like to flash the healthy and shiny complexion of their locks. In order to achieve this look it is a must to use a high quality blow dryer or flat iron that can spare your do from flyaway locks. A shine serum will serve as the best formula to create the super-tamed and classy appearance. Choose the desired hair part and keep your locks straight and perfectly polished. There’s no need to limit yourself to the right or left hair part, instead make sure you try your hand at both in order to find the one that best suits your face shape.
3.1. Phillip Lim3.1. Phillip LimGuy LarocheGuy Laroche
Complete your stylish loose or super-tight updo with a stylish side part that helps you make a smashing style statement. The classy and feminine looks as presented during the Spring/Summer 2020 shows of 3.1. Phillip Lim as well as Guy Laroche can be further topped with a mysterious flair if you decide to let the bangs cover a larger proportion of your forehead. In order to keep the hair part make sure you train your locks or use a strong hair styling formula that secures the long-lasting effect of your brand new and dapper hairdo.
Play with the natural texture of your hair and leave the wavy locks fly freely for a natural effect. On the other hand, if you crave for a more formal and all-event appropriate do, pin your cute locks to create a faux bangs looks and add an extra-flirty flair to your look.
GucciGucciCarolina HerreraCarolina Herrera
Super-sleek updos were no strange things for the greatest designers who envisioned their fab style opera topped with these stylish dos. The extreme side part adds an additional classy flair to the locks and exposes the best features of the sylph-like models. These hair styles scream for attitude as you’ll have to flaunt a larger section of your face. These tamed and slicked to the side updos can definitely get you into the spotlight which is the best means to flash your unique look. Use a deep conditioning ritual in order to prep your tresses for a similar makeover, then tie your locks in a cute bun preserving the spotless allure of your side part.
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