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Complement Your Face Shape With The Perfect Hairstyle!



 Complement Your Face Shape With The Perfect Hairstyle!

Though the texture of your hair is an important factor in determining the style that will suit you, you must also consider the shape of your face. Successfully selecting a style that complements your facial shape and features makes all the difference between a look that you best.

Here are some pointers to help you determine what type of face you have and generally what style suits it.

Oval: an oval face is considered the perfect shape. If you have an oval face, consider yourself lucky because you can have any hairstyle you want, long or short.

Heart: a heart-shaped face is narrow at the chin and wider towards the forehead. If you have a heart-shaped face, try fringes, opt for a jaw-length haircut and avoid volume at the crown if your hair is long.

Round: a round face is one with a broad forehead, wide cheekbones and a full chin. If you have a round face, choose a haircut that is long and soft down onto the cheeks to create the illusion of a narrower face.

Long: A long face is characterized by a wide forehead, wide cheekbones and a narrow chin. If you have a long face, you may want to add a fringe to cover your forehead, keeping your hair at jaw length.

Diamond: a diamond-shaped face is wide at the cheekbones and narrow across the jaw and forehead. If you have a diamond-shaped face, once again you may want to add a heavy fringe and avoid accentuating the width of your cheeks.

Square: a square face is characterized by a jawbone which is roughly as wide as the temples. If your face is square, avoid short, severe styles and center partings and choose a feminine cut to soften the face. You may also want to encourage your hair to fall onto your face by adding big curls.

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