Spring Hair Trend: Side Parts

Spring Hair Trend: Side Parts(Source: ImaxTree) Deep side parts were once the terrain of old Hollywood heavyweights such as Veronica Lake, but the spring runways showed that the look is decidely 2014. For proof, check out the coifs at (from left to right) Dries Van Noten, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Lanvin, and DKNY. Sideswept locks work with virtually every hair type, and it's a simple way to elevate any style—even down 'dos. 

Spring Hair Trend: Side Parts(Source: ImaxTree)Stylist Guido worked his magic at Prada with the above school-girl style. He started by blow-drying hair smooth with Redken Guts 10 Volume Spray Foam, made a deep part, and secured hair behind the ears with bobby pins. 

Spring Hair Trend: Side Parts(Source: ImaxTree)Jan Brady was the inspiration behind the '70s waves at Band of Outsiders. Hairstylist Didier Malige generously applied Rene Furterer Fioravanti spray and used his hands to work the product through and shape the natural waves. 

Spring Hair Trend: Side Parts(Source: ImaxTree)Classic red lips complemented the simple yet stunning hair at Christian Dior's couture show. Re-create the look by working strong gel through hair and blow-drying with a round brush.