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What Does Your Part Say About You?

Posted on November 12th 2014 by

This question haunts me all the time, I always wonder what goes into making such a decision. Okay maybe it’s not that dramatic, but I do wonder sometimes. Is it your hairs natural falling, or did you beat it into your wanted part submission? What were you going for when you parted your hair like that? Or, does it part like the red sea? So many unanswered questions. The side part, the middle part, the cowlick mid-center part, there are definitely options.

Lets start with the middle part: My beloved. Middle part gals like symmetry, and like when things fall back into place. The middle part gives the boho-chic, hippie vibe of coolness (I do feel pretty cool to be a member of the middle part club). Your hair is pretty well behaved, maybe a little opposite from you. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not a notorious rule breaker but I do have my rebellious moments (probably not as badass as it makes me sound). 

Next, the side part: I always think of this part as the most popular. It screams good-girl chic, and sometimes even a hint of glamour queen. It’s the timeless and classic way to go. Basically, the side part invented the hair flip if you ask me. Straight hair or curly, this part dominates.
Lets talk about bangs: That is definitely a way of parting the hair whether you like it or not. Bang girls are without a doubt adorable. I envy their top-knots, that are always so effortless and beautiful. Bang girls like change, because we all know going from no bangs to bangs is a big decision. Bang girl’s have hair that listens to them, and doesn’t mind going off its usual course. Bang girls are basically the awesome ones out of the bunch.
Next, the cowlick: Your hair is the boss. This part is purely about the course nature took on it (right?) and could care less how you want it. It gives that easy-going attitude nonetheless, and we praise you for letting your hair do as it pleases right in the front there. 
All of these parts got their start some where, the question is how? 
– Written by Kayla Mayhew
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