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How to Choose the Perfect Hairstyle for Your Face

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Do you want to flaunt the trendy bob hairstyle of Rihanna or Victoria Beckham? But will it suit your face type? Determining this is essential as all face types are different with their unique features which will be best highlighted with a suitable hairstyle. That’s why you should consider your hairline, width and length of your face and jawline whenever you’re determining your face type. If you can’t do it by yourself, you can always seek your hair stylist’s opinion.

In this blog-post, experts of a hair styling school in Mississauga will walk you through all the probable face types and the complimenting hairstyles.

How to Determine Your Face Shape?

Are you confused as to how to determine your face type? One of the easiest ways is to pull your hair back, look in the mirror and draw the outline of your face with a lip liner. By doing so, you can get the shape of your face which will fall under one of the following categories.

Oval Face

The length of an oval face is slightly longer than its width and the jawline is somewhat narrower than the hairline and is rounded. This face type may not have prominent angles and is well-balanced which makes it versatile for any hairstyle. If you have this face shape, then consider yourself lucky as you can experiment with your hair in a lot of different ways!

 

Hairstyle suitable for oval face

 

  • Suitable Hair Styles

When you’re choosing a hairstyle for your oval face, avoid hairstyles that can make your face look elongated. You can try going for a blunt bob that falls on your shoulder. However, this is applicable only if you’re looking for chopping your hair. Otherwise, opt for shoulder length cut with layers to prevent your hair from appearing flat. If you want to keep your hair untouched, then a simple parting can make a lot of difference. For instance, side-swept bangs can beautifully frame your face without shortening your hair.

  • Hair Styles to Avoid

You should avoid heavy bangs and one length hairstyles as they can make your face appear shorter and longer.

Heart-Shaped Face

A heart-shaped face is wider at the temples and hairline, and tapers to a narrow, small and pointed chin. People with this face shape generally have a prominent forehead along with striking cheekbones like Reese Witherspoon and Tyra Banks.

 

Hairstyle suitable for heart-shaped face

 

  • Suitable Hair Styles

The best hairstyle for a heart-shaped face is anything that is shoulder-length as that can create an illusion of a wider jawline and add volume around the bottom of your face. You can also choose to accentuate your tapered face by pulling your hair into a high top knot or a high ponytail.

Expert Tip

Do you want to keep your hair longer? If so, then go for a deep side part with loose waves that break at your collarbone. By doing so, you can divert the attention from your forehead.

  • Hair Styles to Avoid

People with a heart-shaped face can have a widow’s peak hairline. If you have this, then avoid doing a middle part as both the sides may not look similar. Rather, part your hair little off centre and let your hair fall naturally over the widow’s peak. Skip short bangs as well because they can make your chin appear narrower.

Square Face

Square-shaped faces are wide where the cheekbones, forehead and jawline are almost the same widths. But, the jawline is often the prominent feature of this face shape.

 

 

  • Suitable Hair Styles

Do you want to highlight your strong jawline? If so, then go for blunt bangs or short bobs. You can try soft, wispy bangs, on the other hand, to divert the attention from your square face. This hairstyle falling to the side can create slanting lines softening your face lines. If you want to keep your hair longer, then try layering your hair.

  • Hair Styles to Avoid

High ponytails or buns is a complete no-no if you have a square face as they will make your face look wider than ever. Curls should also be skipped. However, if you like locks, then try keeping loose waves.

Round Face

Women with round faces can consider them as lucky as they can look younger than their age and can opt for chic hairstyles. This face type is similar in width and length and has no prominent corners or angles. Selena Gomez can be a good reference in this regard.

 

Suitable Hairstyle for round-shaped face

 

  • Suitable Hair Styles

Your main goal while styling your hair is to make your face appear longer. Now, how are you planning to do so? Leave a little piece of your hair untucked on one side of your face. This can create an illusion of a narrower face. If you’re fond of keeping short hair, then try a trendy lob. But, keep a deep side part to create more angle to your round face. You can also tie a high pony or try a short pixie based on what you like the most.

  • Hair Styles to Avoid

You shouldn’t hide your face behind lots of hair as that can enhance your wide face. Instead, select bold or side swept bangs for medium length hair.

Diamond-Shaped Face

Do you have a forehead and jawline of the same width with wider cheekbones and a narrow chin? Then you have a diamond-shaped face just like Vanessa Hudgens and Halle Berry.

 

Suitable Hairstyle for diamond-shaped face

 

  • Suitable Hair Styles

This face shape is elegant and your main lookout should be to accentuate it than balancing it. Select side-swept bangs with long layers or textured lob to highlight your cheekbones. If you want to look chic, then opt for a sleek middle part with your hair tucked behind your ears or a high ponytail.

  • Hair Styles to Avoid

Avoid straight across bangs as they can highlight the widest part of your face and make your chin look narrower.

That’s all for today from the experts of a hair styling school in Mississauga. Beauty, makeup, skincare and hair styling we have posts on all of them. Keep following our page and stay beautiful!

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