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No-nonsense hairdo: Take the middle path

fashion and trends Updated: Aug 13, 2015 10:04 IST
Snigdha Ahuja
Snigdha Ahuja
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Neha Dhupia (L); Ashley Madekwe sport a sleek hairstyle. (Photos: Yogen Shah/ Reuters)

From Bollywood celebs to models across the globe, this hairdo is being sported by one and all.

Here's a hairstyle that has a thoroughly classic vibe. Slicked perfectly to the sides with a middle parting, this no-nonsense hairdo is now back in fashion. With neither the red-carpet nor the runway shying away from this look, the style is here to stay.

Do it like the celebs
While actor Neha Dhupia was spotted at a recent awards function looking fierce in this hairdo that complemented her plunging neckline and smokey eyes, actor and activist Lisa Ray posted a picture of herself on Instagram, in a dove grey and white ensemble, topped with sleek hair.

From L: Shraddha Kapoor; Lisa Ray. (Photo: AFP)

At a Bollywood reception, Shraddha Kapoor also sported the hairdo that went with her ethnic look. Clearly, no matter what the ensemble or occasion, this look always seems to work.

Keeping it clean on the runway
International runways have also had myriad spottings of the no-fuss middle parting. From label Betty Elle at the fashion week in Hong Kong to designer Jessica Minh Anh's showcase in Seville, Spain - the hairstyle has been seen across the globe.

From L: The shows of Thom Browne, Jessica Minh Anh and Betty Elle showcased this classic hairstyle. (Photos: AP, AFP)

Even menswear shows have seen a resurgence of this hairdo, à la the showcase by designer Thom Browne at Men's Fashion Week in New York, USA, recently.