beauty blog’s Beth Shapouri
recently pointed out something I’ve been meaning to discuss with you, dolls. The mini part
. She brings the diagonal mini part to our collective attention (a twist on the mini-part I’ve never tried, but you and I both know I’m GOING to now).
Let’s discuss the intense importance of a short part, shall we? They’re VITAL. My hair knows no other kind. I know this is kind of weird, but long parts? Gross me out. I know. It’s bizarre. I just don’t like to see a lot of SCALP, you know? When someone has a part that practically bisects her head, I just get nervous. Think Marcia Brady.
The mini part showcases a minimal amount of scalp AND adds so much volume. Why would you not want that? Exactly. See Ugly Betty‘s Becki Newton rocking a short part in the photo above? Gorge. Becki is no stranger to a mini part. She nearly always rocks one.
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