Changing your hair part is a very simple way to change your look!

If you’re wondering how to update your hairstyle for Fall 2014, you’re not alone. While a new colour and cut is the obvious way to update your look, there is another way that is much simpler and doesn’t involve a lot of time, commitment or money, and that’s changing your part!

You may be wondering if parts really can go in and out of fashion, and according to the fashion runways, yes, they can. And this season, it’s all about the center part. Obviously, if your face shape doesn’t suit a center part then just use what works for you. However, the following face shapes should definitely try out a center part for a new look this season:

- Oval
- Diamond
- Heart-shaped (only if you have longer hair)
- Oblong

Now, it’s time to check out the best center-parted hair – find your length and check it out!

Maria Menonous long straight hairstyle

Long Hair

Although center parts usually get a rep for being more bohemian looking, this isn’t always the case. Maria Menonous shows us here how sophisticated a center part can look with some high volume waves added to the rest of the hair. This hairstyle has been created by first setting the hair in large rollers to get those gorgeous bouncy waves, then backcombing the roots all over to add volume throughout. For the finishing touch, create a sharp center part from the front to the middle of the head, and then backcomb the roots a bit more and flip the rest of the hair back for a Sixties-inspired bouffant effect.


Adrienne Bailon medium straight hairstyle

Medium Hair

This season, subtly waved bobs are all the rage and a center part is the perfect way to style it up. Adrienne Bailon looks chic in a center part here—it works well with her oval face shape and blunt haircut. Although her loose waves are bang on trend, this hairstyle would looks just as fabulous worn sleek and straight with a sharp center part too. For a more casual look, Adrienne could leave her part intact and pull the rest of her hair into a low ponytail or bun for a trendy variation.


Ciara Bob hairstyle

Short Hair

Ciara has the center part look perfected here on her short bob. Her chin-length bob looks fantastic with her center part and really shows off the angles of the cut. Ciara looks fabulous and is rocking her center part with ease, however ladies who don’t like obvious roots may want to go for a jagged center part instead of a straight one to help camouflage root re-growth.


More Center Part Hairstyles

Still looking for more ideas? Check these gorgeous center parted hairstyles out:

Nikki Reed long wavy hairstyle

Nikki Reed looks flawless here in long curly brunette locks that have been parted in the center. This flatters her diamond shaped face and shows off her sun kissed highlights too!


Atlanta De Cadenet Taylor hairstyle

Atlanta De Cadenet Taylor goes for beachy waves and a center part here for a cool and trendy look. Her oblong face suits a center part nicely and the piecey waves give her a fashion forward look.


Sarah Paulson bob hairstyle

Finally, Sarah Paulson shows us that simple is where it’s at with this chin length bob and center part. This hairstyle keeps all of the focus on her face and shows off her ombre haircolor.

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