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This Hair Trend Will Make You Nostalgic For Your Childhood
Most people are committed to a specific way of parting their hair, whether it’s on the left or right side. But some of Hollywood’s brightest stars have reminded us that middle-parted hair can be just as stunning, too.
Check out these middle-parted hairstyles below and read our tips on how to recreate the looks at home.
Barrymore attended a screening for “Miss You Already” in New York City wearing this standout hair and makeup. The actress’ dewy complexion, shimmering eyeshadow, coral lipstick and loose waves made her look ethereal. To get shiny waves like Barrymore’s, spritz on a dry mist such as Alterna Haircare Bamboo Smooth Kendi Oil before curling hair with a clipless curling iron.
This Bond Girl has been killing it on the red carpet! And her beauty looks are just as hot. While Harris tends to wear her brunette locks hanging down, we like that she switched it up with this middle-parted chignon for the German premiere of “Spectre.” The textured hairstyle played off the fabrics and prints in her gown. For a super slick hairline, we recommend applying a product like Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Style & Smooth Edge Gel.
Sigman has been owning her role as the new Bond Girl, both on and off the camera, with beautiful ensembles. This modern take on ballerina glamour involves a sleek chignon and pretty nude makeup. Clinique’s new Almost Lipstick in Pink Honey will give your lips a subtle glow.
Daring makeup and plunging neckline aside, Solange Knowles is serving some seriously sexy hair. Her teased-out deep waves frame her face and accentuates that middle part. If you have thick, natural hair like Knowles’, try finger-combing the ends to minimize damage.
Belle’s known for her bold brows and radiant skin, so it’s refreshing to see her show it off with this pulled-back hairdo. To pull off this look, create a center part and smooth down the top of your hair with a boar bristle brush. Then, use a texturizing spray to bring out the natural waves in the back.