1933: Deep Side Part 1933: DEEP SIDE PART A trend that has yet to go out of style, the deep side part was beloved by stars including Carole Lombard as well as millions of women alike. Check out our simple tutorial on how to get it yourself.
All you need is a tail comb and a mirror. The main objective is to create a side part in front only while the majority of your hair is actually parted down the center. This gives the illusion that you’re working a side part or hair flip while your look remains balanced and full on both sides. This is one of my favorite secret tricks to styling a lob or a bob for photos. It also works like a charm with updos and chignons! From the straight on, it just looks like a normal side part.
DKNY’s sleek and natural hair with a side part. Give your curling irons a rest and embrace a hairstyle that's sleek, smooth, and natural. This style on the runway at DKNY was both youthful and sophisticated with it's natural texture and side part (sneakily pinned for lasting effect