Her World’s stylist EVON CHNG tries out two hair partings for two drastically different looks she loves!
Text Carina Koh Photography Winston Chuang Art Direction Shan Hair Ann Lin (hp: 9003-0865)/Athens Salon Makeup Lolent Lee, Using Lancome
“I like this look because it draws focus to my chin and makes my face look sharper than it really is. It’s also more edgy.”
TIP: This style is most flattering if you have an oval or heart-shaped face as a centre parting frames the face and draws attention to your features. If you have a round face, go for longer layers in front and keep your hair sleek so your face looks slimmer.
DEEP SIDE PART
“The extreme side parting makes me look more professional and polished. I can imagine wearing this to an after-work event. I would wear this to work too, but I’ll put on a pair of minimalist earrings as well, so the overall look is trendier.”
TIP: A deep side part is best suited for a squarish face as it softens the look of a strong jawline. If you have a “good side” (we’re looking at you, Ariana Grande), part your hair on the opposite side so you’re literally putting your best face forward.