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Clemence, 29: “The centre-parting for deliberately strict styles”
Clemence, 29: “The centre-parting for deliberately strict styles”
Clemence, 29: “The centre-parting for deliberately strict styles”
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Clemence, 29: “The centre-parting for deliberately strict styles”

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Your look? I don’t know if I fall into any particular category. It depends on the day, what mood I’m in and how long it’s been since I last did some washing! But no, I like to mix feminine pieces with more rock chic clothes. I don’t want to look too girlie. If I did I’d feel like I was in fancy dress! I can get away with floaty dresses, as long as they’re teamed with studded biker boots or a leather jacket.
 
Your hairstyle? Again, I am afraid I don’t have much imagination. I have fine, mid-length hair which I find an absolute nightmare. It’s handy when I want to leave my hair down as it falls into place on its own. But I still find it hard to create styles because I feel like nothing ever stays in place. One of my friends is a hairdresser and she suggested I apply styling mousse to help my hair stay in place. Maybe I should start listening to her...
 
Your look today? I think the centre-parting is a timeless classic. It makes me look strict like a school teacher, minus the glasses! And it’s so quick to do, which is important for me. I take my comb and, using my nose as a reference point, create my centre-parting, nice and straight starting at my forehead. I then tie a section of my hair up, not all though, or I really would look like a teacher!
 

 
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