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How to Wear a Deep Side Part at the Emmys 2012

The Runway Hair Trend That Swept the Emmys Red Carpet

Exaggerated parts were all over the runway for Spring 2013, and last night they popped up on the Emmys red carpet. How did stars style their deep side parts? The possibilities seemed endless. Kerry Washington opted for a classic chignon with lots of volume. Hairstylist Kiyah Wright's secret for Kerry's voluminous style was to tease the hair at the root. Then, she added a few clip-in extensions backward before parting her hair to bump up the volume.

Zosia Mamet added serious drama to her side part with a sleek and stylish bun. The Girls star's bold brows and simple makeup added even more emphasis to her side-swept updo. Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss added a tousled curl to her recent pixie cut, which countered and softened the severity of her deep part. Stylist Cervando Maldonado used both Velcro rollers and a curling iron to accentuate the wave in her style. To protect Elisabeth's hair, Maldonado used Wella Professionals Thermal Image spray ($14) before curling. If you're a little worried about testing out this dramatic part, follow Elisabeth's lead and keep the rest of the hair soft. This statement-making part looks just as great for everyday wear as it does for a glamorous night on the red carpet.

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