STYLE OF THE MONTH, page 2
FEBRUARY 2000: sweeping side-part
With simply a head-shake, the style can fall behind the shoulders for a walk - and the angle of the hair's turn at the crown becomes even more pronounced. That means it's even less likely to drop in the eyes.
A turn to the right throws the vulnerable side back -- and reveals how secure the left side of the style is. There's some teasing here as well, which ensures if the long hair comes forward from the shoulders, it will drop straight down - not toward the face.
But what if this super-style has to turn LEFT?
This is a spectacular photo (we used limited dpi's to save computer space), showing how flexible a strong style can be. The thick, well-set hair swings around - and COULD land in front of the shoulder. But even if it does, the curl and spray will keep it in line. Note the model thinks "hair protection first" and tips her head slightly to the right as she turns, to help this happen.
(You may have noticed that one exposed curl already forward, by the necklace. It looks like it came from FAR in the back, and would be tempting to touch -- but probably very hard to shove toward the eyes.)
BUT CAN THIS SUPER-STYLE STAND UP TO THE ELEMENTS?
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