What style is best for me and my face shape?
First figure out your face shape, cover your chin and nose and look at how wide and long your forehead is. Now cover your forehead and look at your chin and jaw line. If you have a pointed chin and large forehead your are a heart shape. If you have a curved jaw and and large to medium forehead you are a oval shape. If your forehead is wide and your jaw is very round your are a round shape. If your forehead is large and or wide, with a blocky chin or jaw line you are a square shape.
Round with short style
Spiky layers add height, and lengthens the face. Making the eyes the emphasis of your face.
Use a pliable paste or gel to keep your hold and height.
Round with Medium style
Long collarbone length bob with wispy pieces by the neck to slim the face.
Use Moisturizing fluid and blow dry to get a nice smooth look.
Round with Long style
Long layers that start at the jawline to add edge and dimensions to thin out the face.
Use dry texturzer and medium hair spary to keep everything in place.
Heart with Short style
Pixie cut with short sides, and tousled layers to cancel out the jawline and wide forehead.
Use cream or wax to get a piecey look.
Heart with Medium style
Collarbone cropped hair with sweeping bangs and uniform layers, to add volume. Bangs disperse the space of the forehead and volume evens out the face.
Use a volumizing mousse before you blowdry to add more body to the hair.
Heart with Long style
Long layers with curls to add full body, to soften the prominent jaw and gently tousled layers for light body.
Blow dry with a round brush to get a smoother and fuller look.
Oval with Short style
Angled bob with stacked layers, this style shapes and frames the face.
Use texturing spray to add some movement into the layers
Oval with Medium style
Uniform layers to lay flat around the head, for fine hair have uneven pieces to add body.
Use moisturizing fluid to give it a clean blow out.
Oval with Long style
Long cut with sweeping bands to shorten a long face, covers forehead and brow.
Use oi milk to keep the hair looking silky and medium hair spray to keep body in place.
Square with short style
Layered bob with slight bang to emphasize the cheekbones and not the forehead and jaw.
Use tousle cream to add some body before you blow dry.
Square with medium style
Shoulder length with long layers, and sweeping bangs. Adds curved shape to softens jaw, layers add body.
Use curl cream and a defuser to achieve a curly look to add volume to the hair.
Square with Long style
Long layers with face framing to elongate the face for a more slimmer look. Add curls to give movement, distracting from the strong jaw.
Use volumizing mousse to add some movement into the hair.
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