How to get it: A low side part instantly adds sophistication and drama. At the Gianfranco Ferré show, hair guru, Guido used the technique to punctuate the '60s-inspired ponytails. After applying a blow-drying lotion to the hair, he blew it dry with a boar-bristle brush, blasting the roots with extra hot air for additional height. He created a deep side part so the hair fell softly over the forehead and slightly over one brow, then gathered the hair loosely at the nape of the neck and secured it
Gianfranco Ferre Fall 2011 RTW - deep side part
Split and braid your hair into two sections and tie with a rubberband. Twist the braid away from your face and then twist the flat iron onto your hair in the same direction your hair is twisted. Do not touch rubberband or else you will get that weird crease. Repeat this process twice! After hair is cooled, then take them out and run your fingers through the braid. Saw this on Rachel Ray Show. It gives you nice beachy waves!