Your face shape is playing the biggest role in finding the perfect haircut for you.
This article will show you some tips how to find the best haircut for you and you will see for each face shape which hairstyle suits the best.
- Straight hair, round face
The shoulder length haircut is ideal for you. It will visually elongate your face and the thick fringe bangs will accentuate your cheekbones.
- Straight hair, square face
The same goes for square face too – shoulder length haircut is the ideal haircut. You should definitely go for soft and layered haircut that will hide your accentuated jaw line. In order to visually minimize the effect of your big forehead, just place the bangs from one side to the other, as shown in the picture.
- Straight hair, heart-shaped face
If you have heart-shaped face and you’re not afraid of experimenting with your hair, then the mega popular pixie haircut is perfect for you. It will accentuate your eyes and cheekbones. Another haircut you can opt for is the multi-layered bob.
- Straight hair, oval face
The layers that go below the eyes are only going to make your face look chubbier. Women with oval face should avoid boring, straight and long hair.
- Wavy or curly face, round face
If you have round face, then the shoulder length haircut or longer is perfect, but it should be layered in order to get that pyramid shape, which will contrast the roundness. In that way the structure of bones will be accentuated.
- Wavy or curly hair, square face
The shoulder length haircut is ideal for this type of face, which is the same as layered haircuts. It is also recommended to have a few short wisps falling through your forehead.
- Wavy or curly hair, heart-shaped face
In order to balance out the hair length with the lock of hair due to the big forehead, go for layered haircut.
- Wavy or curly hair, oval face
The layered haircut will accentuate your cheekbones.
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