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You have studied hairstyles for your upcoming wedding on sites like Pinterest and Byrdie, and now you are ready for a try. When you sit in your stylist’s chair, the first question that comes to mind: where do you want to share your hair?

You probably hadn’t thought much about this question, but it’s actually the starting point when it comes to determining your wedding day style. “I wanted maximum volume for my cascading curls, so I cut my hair to the side for my wedding,” says Corrine Ugarte, a hairdresser at Panico Salon in Ridgewood, New Jersey. “As a person who styles hair all day, I had the advantage of knowing how to find my perfect part.”

And now they do. In advance, experts give their tips to find the perfect party for your wedding day.

Planning an exercise run

Before you can tell the side or Center part, book an appointment with your wedding day stylist to test the different options. “There is no place to guess or experiment on your wedding day, so the trial session is when you need to know where you are going to share your hair,” says Leigh Hardges, a stylist at the Maxine Salon in Chicago.

The conversation should include a discussion of personal style. “Do you want to project something dramatic with your hairpiece? Or something quieter and more refined?”asks celebrity stylist Juan Carlos Maciques from the Oscar Blandi salon in New York.

Find your natural part

Determining your natural part to see if it matches your favorite style is your next step. “Your stylist will brush the hair off your face and then push the hair on your head forward towards your face to see where it splits,” says Maciques. “It is important to do this on wet hair, because this is an unhindered way to find out exactly where it is going — dry hair has already been thrown out and styled so that it no longer flows naturally.”Since your natural part is the least resistant, it is usually the most popular, but you should keep in mind that it may not be the most flattering part,” adds Mr. Hardges.

Determine The Shape Of Your Face

Defining your hair piece based on the shape of your face is how most stylists ultimately decide where to share their clients’ hair, but Maciques points out that there are no set rules. “Other body characteristics have to be taken into account, including the shape of the bride’s eyes, nose and lips,” he explains. “The eye of a trained stylist will ultimately help determine which part is the best.”That said, here are some simple guidelines when examining the shape of the face.

Oval: “since this face shape is symmetrical, it can cope with any type of room,” says Maciques, who notes that a side part works especially well on long forms, as it adds visual width to the face.

Heart or Diamond: “these shapes are wide on the forehead and thinner on the chin, so the central parts tend to balance things out by narrowing the top and opening the bottom,” Maciques notes. “A deep side part that falls on the forehead also works well, because it breaks the width of the forehead and makes it narrower.”It will also lessen the highlighting of the chin,” adds Hardges.

Round: A central part can make a round shape thinner by narrowing the face and the width of the razor on the sides. “The addition of a small height in the styling process lengthens and slimmer the face,” says Maciques.

Square: A Side part is the Softness and strong Fine Lines distract, advises Hardges.
Think about the texture of your hair
Some hair textures can be improved with the right hairpiece, advises Hardges, who gives the following tips:

Curly: a natural part is the way to go here, otherwise you might struggle with your hair on your wedding day.
Straight/ thin: a side or deep part creates more volume.

Wavy: the medium to slightly offset parts reduce the volume at best and let the waves fall naturally.
Thick: A medium to slightly offset part works well because too much hair on one side may look bulky.

Look At Your Overall Picture

“The shape of your face affects where you should split your hair, while your hairstyle should be determined by other variables that come into play, including whether you have a long or short neck, low hair, broad shoulders, a slender or fuller figure, but above all the style of your dress,” says Maciques. “For example, high cutouts usually look best with a bun or a ponytail, or the hair raised in one way or another.”

In general, Updos or other low-placement Styles with a side part or slightly different from the middle just shout “bride”, just like half-up/ half-down or retracted Looks, because these pieces open the face while adding softness, Hardges notes. “The deep side parts can be ideal for shorter Bobs, Hollywood waves, Pixie and Shag cuts. But there are other factors that come into play, and your role should not depend only on the hairstyle you want to wear.”

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