FEBRUARY 2000: sweeping side-part
Side-parted hair can be challenging to keep out of the eyes. Yet this is an eye-popping example of a well-placed style that's constructed to stay in place.
The hair is swept to one side through teasing, supported at the ends with balls of curl, and (we suspect) locked into place in mid-strand with hairspray. It's designed to rest in place on her right shoulder, providing it a bit of extra support. (The left side hair can be either in front of the shoulder or behind it; either way, it's not as likely to fall.)
Look at what happens when the model leans forward a bit. The hair on the vulnerable (right) side stays in line, despite the angle. She'd probably have to lean over much more for the 90-degree-angled hair over her right eye to drop off the shoulder.
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