Bangs, fringe, breakage — whatever you call it, it'll fit in some butterfly clips.
Some were impressed by the puffy
pink eyes at Suno's F/W 2014 show, others the chunky zippered knits and metallic
glittery jacquard worn by the models. Personally, I was transfixed by the hair.
From a distance the hair looked
straight and healthy, a little plain, even; but closer inspection revealed a
subtle, glittering detail: the models had golden parts!
I am a huge fan of this gilded detail. It’s like a tiny, secret crown of fancy lady-ness that you can paint
into your hair for special occasions. Were the parts actually painted with 24-karat gold? Probably not. Did it look just as
luxe though? Absolutely.
The best part of this metallic part
look: it takes only two steps to attain it!
Middle-part your hair and brush it
as straight as possible. (You may want to flat-iron it beforehand.)
I used two of my favourite Davines products to give my
hair a silky shiny texture: OI Oil and OI Milk. These two work together to
diminish frizz and flyaways and give your hair gorgeous shine (not to mention
a delightful smell).
Paint your part! I used Lush’s Emotional Brilliance liquid eyeliner in Fantasy, a
product perfectly suited to this look because of the thicker application brush.
I simply pulled my hair aside as
tightly as I could and painted the scalp, careful not to get too much in my
actual hair (I didn’t want to end up looking like Viserys in Game of Thrones).
If you’re not a fan of gold, try a
different metallic liquid liner that suits your fancy! I’m pretty excited to
try a side part with a hint of coppery rose gold Happiness liner myself!
do you think? Should molten parts take over the sidewalks, or keep to the