Beautiful hair--how can I recreate?

Ok, I think I've found my "hair role model"! I'll be taking this picture to a stylist the next time I get my hair cut:

http://cache.gettyimages.com/xc/7705...1E54614024E729

I think the cut itself is fairly straight-forward (looks like long layers?), but I noticed that her part isn't quite as defined--it just sort of falls naturally to a side part, but you can't really see the part. I'd love to know how to recreate that kind of a part, since when my hair falls to a side part, you can see where my hair "separates" (if that makes any sense).

Anyone have any hints as to how to do a more natural part? Thanks!
2A or 3A, depending on the day...
Always experimenting! Current go-to routine: Kinky Curly Come Clean Shampoo, Pantene Curls Conditioner, Bumble & Bumble Holding Foam, Aussie Aussome Volume Gel
I usually do a natural side part. I just use my fingers to place a couple of the curls from the front of the side where I want the part and clip them so there's lift and so they go the direction that I want. Behind that section I clip for height, but clip perpendicular to the part so that the part doesn't extend back to the crown. Hope that makes sense and HTH!
2Poodles Southeast PA
fine, med porosity, normal elasticity
Currently using the following 2 - 3 x/week:
Living Proof Perfect Hair Day suphate-free Poo, cone-free CO and styling treatment, plus KCCC

I don't have much a defined part. I tried clipping it recently so I'd have a neat part and didn't like it. Anyway, I start diffusing upside down and then I flip my head up and back and wherever my hair naturally goes on top, I just clip it wherever to get lift. It ends up being a pretty messy looking clipping job, but it works for me. I have some pics in my fotki -- just ignore the one where I was trying to be neat.
http://public.fotki.com/msgiblet/ - pw: gibber -- Pics Added 7/10/11
Fine, Thick, Normal Porosity, Normal Elasticity

Countess Balashi of Divi Beach in the Order of the Curly Crusaders

If I'm Going To Have A Bad Hair Day, It Might As Well Be In Aruba!

what beautiful hair! My dream hair is my avatar but I will have to grow for about two years

Good luck!!

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