How to Style Your Hair Based on Your Face Shape

How to Style Your Hair Based on Your Face Shape

Hairstyles are the most visible part of your personality. We all want to look our best, and a haircut is one way to do so. However, it can be difficult to find the perfect haircut for your face shape. In this post, we will review some of the common hairstyles that will complement your face.

Square Face

The square shape is very strong and balanced. A close-shaven cut is perfect for this shape, as it adds volume to the straight lines of the face. It’s also beneficial to blend the cut with longer hair, as long hair will balance out the look. A ponytail with volume at the top is also good for this shape, as it will make your forehead appear smaller.

An inverted v-cut can also be used for this shape, but keep in mind that an undercut (a higher undercut) will result in a more balanced feel compared to an undercut (a lower undercut).

Round Face

The round face is soft and feminine. It’s important to choose a haircut that doesn’t draw attention away from your face, which is why an undercut or a bob cut is ideal for this shape. Adding long layers inside the haircut can break up the edge of the face and make it appear longer. If you want to add volume at the top, then do not get an undercut; balance your facial features by ensuring that the hair isn’t too short on top.

Oblong Face

An oblong face is the longest facial shape, so you want to avoid anything that will add width to it – an undercut or a bob cut. The goal for this face shape is to remove weight from cheekbones and distance between the chin and forehead. For this reason, long hair that extends past your chin benefits this face shape. You can also add a fringe or layer your hair to create volume and disguise the width of the cheekbones.

Heart Face

The heart-shaped face is very similar to the round face, but this facial shape is more pointed at the chin than the round-faced person. The goal for you is still to create length by having the hair fall past your chin. Long layers, side-swept bangs and a fringe are all good ways to accomplish this. It’s also beneficial to add volume to the top; an undercut or high ponytail can do this for you.

It is important to love yourself and feel confident about who you are before deciding any hairstyle changes! Once you’ve done that, it’ll be easy for you to find a haircut that complements your features without taking away from them. We hope this article has helped you learn more about picking hairstyles based on different facial shapes; if not then please let us know in the comments below! Our team of experts can help provide tips or solutions tailored just for you – so don’t hesitate to reach out today!