Face shape and hair cut or hair style that work or don’t

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There are thousands ways to style our hair. For those who like short hairs can manage their hair in best of their capacity, If you like your hair styled long, there are long frizzy hair styles, long curly hair styles, long layered hair styles,
long braided hair styles, etc.

However, there different face shapes.
Believe it or not, a hairstyle can help to accentuate or draw away from certain facial characteristics.
The following are tips on styles that can make
the most of your particular features:
Oval Face Shape
“Hair Styling Tricks that Flatter Your Oval Face Shape"
An oval face shape is considered an ideal shape and a fashion stylist's dream! The length of your face equals one and a half times the width. This face is well balanced and proportional.

Hair styling Focus for Oval Face Shape
How?

Almost any length or style works well for this classic shape. Hair pulled off the face shows off the beautiful oval.  Try a classic long style with a center or side part and hair cascading to the shoulders. 

.So if you have bangs, the hair cut will draw attention to your nose and make it look more prominent.
Best hair style for oval shape face

Triangular Face Shape
“Hair Styling Tricks that Flatter Your Triangular Face Shape"

The triangular face shape has a wider and fuller lower part your jaw line is wider compared to your forehead and midpoint.
Hair Styling Focus for Your Triangular Face Shape
Select styles that add softness and width at the cheekbones and fill out a pointed chin. Hairstyles that utilize sleek side panels to slim the wide cheekbone areas are flattering.  Add fullness around the forehead and chin to form a more balanced oval appearance. How?
Hair cuts: Curls and waves on top adds width around temples. Side-parting. Irregular layers and wispy styles.
Best hair style for triangular face

Oblong Face Shape
“Hair styling Tricks that Flatter Your Oblong Face Shape"
The oblong face shape is another version of the oval shape but it has more length and less width.

Hair styling Focus for Oblong Face Shape
Your main focus is to make your face appear broader and shorter -- more like an oval. How?
Soften the sharp edges and angles of the face with muted layers and rounded hairstyles.  Try a side-swept fringe worn with
Hair should either be long enough to cascade to the tops of the shoulders or if shorter, should end either just above or below the jaw line.  Avoid harsh center partings, blunt cut bangs and all one length styles. long layered waves that play up cheekbones.
Hair styles:The oblong face shape is often burdened by appearing extremely narrow, and it also seems to have a short length overall. However, you may have found that this not to be entirely true. Why exactly? Because the outline of your face shape is one of many factors in determining what suits you best

Both blunt and side-swept bangs. Large curls and waves from the cheekbones and down to your jaw line -- avoid adding volume on top as it can elongate your face even more. Chin-length cuts and bobs -- the bob should end at the jaw, chin or cheekbones to show off bone structure.
Best hair style for oblong face shape

Round Face Shape
“Hair styling Tricks that Flatter Your Round Face Shape"
Many women who have a round face shape are considered having a "baby face" and are thought to be younger than their age so it's a positive thing!

Styling Focus for Round face Shape
Your goal here is to elongate your chin and create length on the side of your face, making it look more slimmer and oval. How?
Hair cuts: Gentle waves deflect the roundness by masking it. However, extremely curly or straight flat hair can accentuate the roundness. Wispy ends. Long hairstyles with layers around your face to create definition.
Focus on chiseling the width of the face by adding side-swept bangs, longer layered, shaggy or tapered styles that hug the cheeks. Avoid styles that add width to the sides of the face although some width at the crown can work wonders.
Best hair style for round shape face

Diamond and Heart Face Shape
“Hair styling Tricks that Flatter Diamond and Heart Face Shapes"
I've placed both Diamond and Heart face shape together on this page because they have two things in common: Wide cheekbones and narrow jaw line.

Diamond face shape is almost an oval where the widest point hits the midpoint of the sides of the face. The hairline and chin are noticeably narrower than the center (the widest part of the face).
Heart face shape
resembles the diamond. The only difference is that both forehead and midpoint are wider than your lower face.
Styling Focus for Both Face Shapes
How?
Hair styles if you have heart face shape: Chin-length or longer styles. Side-parted hair styles. Swept-forward layers around the upper face but with gently wispy bangs. A chin length bob also looks great as it creates a balanced look by giving fullness where you need it -- the jawline.
Hair styles if you have a diamond face shape: Almost everything works with your face (as long as you are a true diamond with wider midpoints and narrow forehead and jaw line). You can wear shorter styles, however if you may need to leave weight in the back nape area like a heart shaped face. This will achieve more balance between your dramatic cheekbones and more delicate chin line.
Best hair style for diamond and heart shape face

Square Face Shape
“Hair styling Tricks that Flatter Your SquareThe square face shape gives an overall impression of strength. It's a sexy face shape. Think Angelina Jolie! Face Shape"

You probably have a very strong jaw line and might appear a bit "masculine" around the lower part of your face. This shape normally has an angular jaw and hairline of approximately the same width as the jaw line.
There are two versions of this face shape which are the rectangular (elongated square) like Angelina Jolie and Katie Holmes, and square-square like Naomi Watts'.
Styling Focus for Square Face Shape
If you're not happy about the strong impression of your jaw, try softening your jaw line with soft and curved shapes. Angular motifs should be avoided as it can enhance your square shape. If you have a very angular face shape, you might want to distract from the edges and elongate it by following my advice for round face shape. How?
Hair cuts: Long hair like curtains along the sides of your face. Long layers with sideswept bangs. Curly hair soften the strong lines, remember to keep the length below the jaw line.
Soften the sharp edges and angles of the face with muted layers and rounded hairstyles.  Try a side-swept fringe worn with long layered waves that play up cheekbonese.
Best hair style for square shape face

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