Anyone who has naturally fine, straight hair knows a few tricks and effective textures that (at least temporarily) provide more volume and transform the strands that often hang flat on the head into a hairstyle that is well worth seeing. For example, teasing the roots and using a hair foam that gives volume has proven itself.
However, if you don't feel like going through complex blow-drying and styling procedures and if you prefer the casual, modern looks to classic volume styling à la Farrah Fawcett, you can now find the current runway shows by Fendi, Saint Laurent, and Chanel enough inspiration for a simple and effective volume trick for fine hair of any length: the side parting.
Of course, the side parting is neither a groundbreaking new invention nor is the styling exceptionally sophisticated. And yet the new side parting variants differ from the classic college look at first glance: Instead of brushing it to a high gloss, the hair just seems to fall over the shoulders according to its nature. And the pony (if any) is not tucked tightly behind the ear or accurately adorned with a sparkling bangle. Quite the opposite - long bangs can now casually and stringily fall over the forehead (as with Saint Laurent) or, if necessary, be fixed somewhere to the side and barely recognizable with an inconspicuous hairpin (as with Fendi).
First, wash and dry your hair as usual - by the way, it looks particularly natural if it is simply left to air dry; those who want to blow dry do without a round brush and styling mousse. Roughly brush dry hair once and shake it up with spread fingers, then pull the deep side parting with a stick comb and lay the lengths casually over the forehead and temples; Fix disturbing strands laterally if necessary. Pull XL ponies in individual strands over and next to the eyes or simply let them fall into the face.
Tip: If you have very long hair, you can use a straightening iron to lay individual strands of the hair section in (uneven) waves and also wet the lower lengths and tips with a little beach hair or texture spray. Enhances the casual, modern undone look for a hairstyle variant like that of Saint Laurent.