"A left hair part draws unconscious attention to the activities that are controlled by the left hemisphere of the brain, i.e. activities traditionally attributed to masculinity. A right hair part draws unconscious attention to the activities that are controlled by the right hemisphere of the brain, i.e. activities traditionally attributed to femininity."
Ok, so it's more quack science than rocket, but it's still kinda fun to think about (like horoscopes). Besides, changing your part is just about the cheapest way to make-over your look, and with Spring just around the corner, we're starting to think we could use a new 'do.
So what does your part say about you?
- Right Part: You inspire friendship and convey the message that you are nurturing, fun-loving and reliable.
- Left Part: Exuding confidence, you are logical, organized and have a take-charge attitude.
- Center Part: Unshakable and grounded, your part signals grace and poise.
- None: Calm and collected, your part proves you're a fair and reasonable mediator.
Splitting Hairs: Celebrities often change their parts, but do you think the Hair Part Theory holds water when it comes to stars like Jessica Simpson, Rachel Bilson, Rihanna, and America Ferrera?