##The Middle Part
What it Changes: A center part lengthens the face by creating symmetry on both sides.
Start the Part: Directly in between your brows, in line with the bridge of your nose.
Play it Up: Jump on the current 70s trend and pair this part with soft boho waves to frame your face.
##The Side Part
What it Changes: An off-center part enhances cheekbones and slightly widens the face.
Start the Part: Just before the natural arch of your brow.
Play it Up: Tuck the front sections of your hair behind both ears and apply a lightweight hair oil like Krastase's Elixir Ultime to ends to create a polished, put-together look.
##The Diagonal Part
What it Changes: A subtle side swoop at the front elongates the face, and volume at the back makes the face appear slimmer.
Start the Part: Just above the end of your brow. Draw a diagonal line inward toward the center of your scalp and stop once youre in line with the arch of your other brow.
Play it Up: Backcomb the back section of your hair to build volume and create a mini bouffant. Spray Oscar Blandi's Pronto Dry Texture & Volume Spray to remove any excess oil and hold everything in place.
##The 90s Flip Part
What it Changes: The height of the hair flip opens up the face (and, if you have bangs, helps hide them if you're growing them out!).
Start the Part: Just above the natural arch of your brow.
Play it Up: Channel your inner Cher Horowitz and run your fingers and a styling wax like PARLOR's Reworkable Hold Paste through the front section of your hair to enhance the signature wave.