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    Default Re: Where does your hair part naturally?

    My hair doesn't have a natural part and never has. It falls in whatever direction I flip and scrunch.

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    Default Re: Where does your hair part naturally?

    Mine parts in the middle for the most part, (I'm right handed here.) but it goes off a little bit here, and there. To change it up though, I usually part it on my right side as it looks better on my face.

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    mine used to naturally part in the middle, but slightly off to the right (I am ambidextrous for most things, but mainly right handed for writing.) I spent years parting mine to the left, and now it naturally parts there. Even when I comb my hair back wet, it starts to fall down to that part. The only time I "fix" my parting is when I have some stray bits that make my part-line slightly wiggly.
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    I'm left-handed and my hair naturally parts in the middle.
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    Default Re: Where does your hair part naturally?

    My hair seems to part wherever I tell it to, but it seems to get used to one position, so if I decide to change it up, it might take a couple of days to look natural. It probably sticks with whatever I do after washing.

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    My hair parts in the middle naturally

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    Mine parts in the middle.

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    Slightly off center from the middle.
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    In the middle
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    In the middle or slightly off centre. Itís not always completely straight, but I prefer it that way
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