Low Side Parts Are Trending—And It’s the Easiest Way to Switch Up Your Hair
Jessica Alba has been known to rock a side part. To get the look, add soft curls to your hair after creating a dramatic deep side part.
Reese Witherspoon is no stranger to the deep side part—she even wore one to the Golden Globes this year. Paired with straight hair, the look is pretty and easy enough for a workday look.
This isn't the first time the low side part was on-trend: Beyonce showed off the look during her 2013 Super Bowl half-time performance. The severity of a deep part gets softened up with lush curls.
Often admired for her hair color, Emma Stone showed off her beautiful red locks, styled in a low side part, at the Oscars this year.
For the sleekest look, follow Bella Hadid's lead and first create a deep side part, then pull it back into a low ponytail. Using product will help create the same smooth and shiny effect.