What do you talk to your stylist about when you're sitting in the hairdresser contemplating your next haircut? Perhaps you mention how greasy your hair gets, whether it tangles easily, how fine, flyaway or perhaps coarse your hair type is. All are factors that’ll help your stylist choose the right sort of cut for you, but do you ever talk about your face shape?The truth is that the dimensions of your face play a major role in how well any style will suit you. It’s all well and good taking a picture of Taylor Swift and her new sleek bob with you to the hairdresser, but the length, style and cut might not transpose in quite the way you’d like unless you have the same sort of face shape.
Firstly ,please make a rough judgment to your face shape .
If you have a long face
“You can wear your hair long, but not too long. If you have a long face paired with long hair that’s parted in the centre your face will just appear longer.”
“If you have a long face take advantage of the fact that you can rock a strong fringe. Loose waves are also a pretty way to style hair around a long face as they add width and dimension.”
If you have a round face:
“Definitely steer clear of any type of bob. A jaw-length style will only draw attention to and serve to accentuate any fullness or roundness around the jaw.”
“A longer style with soft graduated layers that incorporate height and volume will be the most flattering style. This will also lend itself to movement within the style and will give the illusion of added length to the face. When you’re blow-drying, ensure you use a round-barrelled brush to give height at the root and prevent hair falling flat at the crown.”
If you have an oval face shape:
“Oval face shapes can wear pretty much any style, but to keep it flattering don’t grow your hair too long as it’ll make your face look longer.”
“The great thing about an oval face shape is that you can wear pretty much any style as it’s the most balanced and well proportioned face shape. I would suggest going for a textured bob as it’s bang on trend. It looks great against this face shape and it’s incredibly easy to maintain.”
If your face is square:
“The style you absolutely want to avoid is any kind of blunt cut. Especially a blunt fringe. Just, no! Any kind of blunt finish will emphasise the already angular shape of your face.”
“When you have a square-shaped face you can use your hairstyle to counteract the angles of the jawline to create a softer look. Sweeping side fringes work really well to do this, as do soft waves. Try using a wide-barrelled tong to create movement being sure to curl the hair away from your face.”
If you have a heart-shaped face:
“With heart-shaped faces the bottom half of your face is narrower than the top half, so avoid a cut that’s top heavy - like a blunt fringe - as this will just dwarf the rest of your face.”
“One of the characteristics of heart-shaped faces is usually good, sharp cheekbones. You can emphasise these with your cut by choosing a style with a side parting as this will frame the face. Additionally some light balayage around the face will look really pretty.”
If your face is Diamond-shaped:
“Avoid cuts that end at your jawline or that are too long as this will draw the eye to the lower half of your face and may make it seem narrower.”
“A fringed pixie cut will help balance out your jawline. Make sure you add as much volume and width at the temples when you style hair.”
Hope these tips are useful for you .
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