Many of you might be used to parting your hair slightly to the left, slightly to the right or just going for a sleek look with a middle partition. And while it may suit you well, it may not necessarily be the best one for you. Not only can you accentuate your facial features and structure with the right kind of hair partition but it can make you appear stunning as well. Here is the perfect guide to parting your hair in the best way possible. 

Round Shape
 

Round Shape

People with rounder faces generally tend to have a larger forehead. To create the mystifying illusion of a small and dainty forehead, you should part your hair centrally. This way, you get to cover your forehead a bit while also slightly highlighting your cheeks. This partition will reduce the overall plumpness of your facial structure and apparently slim down your face.

Oval Shape
 

Oval Shape

People having an oval-shaped face have a rather tapering chin and often, a heart-shaped hairline. In such a case, your forehead might appear to be slightly broader than your chin area. Since your face type is perhaps the most ideal one, it can be paired easily with any kind of hair partition.

Square Shape
 

Square Shape

It is really hard to figure out which kind of hair partition will suit you, if you have a square shaped face. It is quite probable that you have a straight hairline that runs parallel to your chin and your jaw. As your face is more structured in terms of shape, you can highlight this aspect with a side partition. Or maybe just pull your hair back altogether.

Hexagon Shape
 

Hexagon Shape

If you have a hexagonal or a diamond-shaped face, you will probably have a narrow forehead and jawline with cheekbones at the widest points of your face. To enhance your sharp chin and high cheekbones, you can opt for the centre-partitioning of your hair. However, if you wish to slightly hide these angular features, you can also side-partition your hair in order to appear more laid-back.