Ombre, dip-dye, balayage, sombre – the natural highlight-look isn’t going anywhere fast and we’re not complaining. We love the brighter hues, the low-maintenance and the versatility. We often see this look with longer, wavy hair and a side-part to create more texture. But the ombre hair color works perfectly with a center part too.
Center part hairstyles have been coming back in vogue after giving way to side parts. The center part can be slimming on round faces, it gives your style a modern, clean look – especially with the right hair color. Best of all, this look can work with long hair, bobs, curly q’s or straight tresses. Check it out!
Caroline Receveur Ombre Bob
French fashion blogger Caroline Receveur shows us just how chic this look is. From a wavy texture to sleek and straight, ponytails and high-buns, she stays true to the center-part for her ombre bob and the look makes us want to cut and dye our hair immediately.
Center Part Bob with Razor edges
If you’ve been adding a side-part for body or movement, perhaps it’s time for a new haircut. Razor cuts are an effortless way to add texture and movement to your hair. This modern cutting technique coupled with a center part and the natural intrigue from an ombre hair color is the perfect option for women with fine hair and long or round face shapes.
Center Part with Ombre and Bangs
Brigitte Bardot usually kept her blonde locks bright and blonde – but some times she let those darker roots show through. Perhaps one of the originators of the ombre and bangs look. We love the window bangs because they frame the face and draw attention towards the eyes and cheekbones. The ombre hair color helps define cheekbones and jawlines but using the strategically placed highlights to draw attention exactly where you do – and don’t – want it.
Long Ombre Hair and Center Part
If you’ve got long locks and you want a modern, simple look to compliment the texture of your tresses, then a center part is worth trying on. This creates symmetry to long hair. You might find yourself playing with long hair often, trying to find the right part or pushing your fingers through your hair. Commit to a center part to create equal texture and style on both sides of your face for a look that lasts all day and night.
Lob with Center Part
Last but certainly not least, you can’t go wrong with a long bob and ombre. Regardless if you prefer your hair straight or with texture, this length allows you to play with ombre at minimal cost and upkeep. Best of all, a center part is one of the easiest ways to create volume around your face to show off your lob’s versatility and style.
Hopefully these hairstyles with a center part and ombre hair color have inspired you to try something new. Remember to keep your face shape and hair texture in mind when you head to the salon. Some face-shapes don’t work as well as others with the center part.