Planning a major hair makeover? Your face shape is very important when it comes to finding the right hairstyle for you. This post will discuss hairstyles according to your face shape.
Oval Face: Oval faces tend to look good in everything, but their faces can appear long, so think twice before adding height on top of the head in the form of a trendy, ginormous donut bun, a teased updo or a spiky short cut. And always consider your hair texture. If your hair is thick or curly, avoid a blunt cut or risk looking like a pyramid. Source: AboutBeauty
Round Face: “A round face looks really good with an uneven cut, meaning a mix of lengths,” says hairstylist and Los Angeles salon owner Chris McMillan. (Emma Stone’s is a good example.) “If you add a deep side part and long, side-swept bangs, you’ll look slimmer.” Use a light finishing cream, such as Ojon Animated Volumizing Cream, to coax—and keep—bangs to the side. Source: Allure
Square Face: Light shoulder-length layers all around that start a few inches above the ends with sweeping bangs. Feathery layers (which can be achieved with a razor) like Olivia Wilde’s camouflage a strong chin. “The airy ends prevent the eye from noticing any sharp corners,” says Garren. He recommends parting at the side for an asymmetrical effect, which also offsets squareness. Source: InStyle
Heart Shaped: Heart Shaped face is wide at the temples and forehead, full at the cheeks and narrow at the chin. Celebrities with heart-shaped faces include Reese Witherspoon, Katie Holmes and Keri Russell. If you love short hair, try a chin-length bob with tapered ends. It shows off your fabulous cheekbones while offsetting your pointy chin. Heart-shaped faces can also wear longer bobs, but avoid those that are above chin level. Whether you’re wearing your hair long or short, draw the attention away from your wide forehead and toward the eyes with side swept wispy bangs. These look fabulous with long, wavy hair, shoulder-length modified bobs and even pixie cuts. Source: SheKnows
Long Face: A strong jaw, elongated forehead, broad cheekbones, and a narrow width. “With this shape, you need a style that will flatter it by rounding it out and keeping it from looking longer than it already is,” says hair guru and owner of her eponymous salon, Sally Hershberger. While you don’t have to have full-on layers like Gisele, you have to have a layer that frames your face. Kim Kardashian’s chin-length layer leads into a one-length, layer-free style, “but because she has those pieces surrounding her face, this style works,” says Hershberger. Source: Cosmopolitan
Picking the best hairstyle for your face shape when making a trip to your hair salon for a new look can sometimes be rather tricky. Remember that facial features such as your eyes, nose, jaw etc. will also come into play. If you would like more information, please contact us.
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