How To Part Hair
How To Part Hair
Learn how to find out where your natural hair parting is with this helpful video. It also contains a tip on how to add volume to your hair after finding your natural parting.
I'm going to show you the best way to find where your natural hair parting is. All you've got to do, first of all, is make sure the hair is wet, because that's the best way to do it. Soak the hair all through, whether it's washed or sprayed down.
Her hair has to be completely wet for this to work. With a comb, comb the hair from the root to the ends, all the way around from the hairline back, so it's all really smooth, taking any knots and tangles out. Now, it's generally going to be somewhere within this kind of region on the top, so if you concentrate on just coming that back there, now what you have to do is with the back of your hand, from just below where the crown is, just gently push that up.
What you will see is a definite divide in the hair. I don't know if you can see from that angle, Elaine's natural parting is along here, so once you have found where it wants to part, take your comb and draw a line with the comb right from the front to the back where the crown is and then comb down separate. That is how to find your natural hair parting.
Finding your natural hair parting is really important for when you are having it cut and when you are styling it and it will just sit a lot better for you. A little tip on how to get a bit of volume out of your hair is to find where your natural parting is, perhaps dry the hair slightly more on the other side, and then after you've finished, move the parting over. That way, the roots will have a little bit more lift. And that is how to part hair! .