Saturday, November 7, 2015

Right hairstyle for your head shape!


Many things need to be considered when picking your next new style. Always consider the shape of your face, your hair texture and type, whether the style is a current trend or manageable at home and does the hairstyle match your profession in life.


let’s start with finding the right hairstyle to fit your facial features. Whether you have a heart-shaped face or more squarish, there are hairstyles that accentuate your best assets.
If you had any trouble picking the right hairstyle for your face, click through for the best ‘dos for your face shape.


Heart-Shaped and Inverted Triangle

This face shape is wide at the forehead and narrow at the chin. Ciara’s lob with beachy waves works perfectly to draw focus away from the chin and soften the face shape.
Other go-to hairstyles for this face type include wispy bangs, deep side parts and face-framing layers. Make sure to avoid height on top of the crown, which makes the face appear wider at the top.
Round-shaped                
                                                                                                                           
   This face shape is wide across the cheekbones, narrowing at the forehead and jaw line. 
go-to hairstyles for this face type include swept back styles, styles with height at the crown, chin length bobs and styles with off-center parts. Make sure to avoid short, cropped hairstyles or styles with too much fullness on the sides, they tend to give a wider appearance to the face.
Square-Shaped 

This face shape may appears angular, with the jaw line sharply angled at the corners with a squared forehead. 
 go-to hairstyles for this face type include side-swept bangs, wavy or outline styles and hairstyles that add volume to the top. Make sure to avoid blunt bangs, center parts and blunt, jaw-length bobs.
Oval-Shaped

This face shape is long and is widest at the cheekbones. The jaw line and forehead is narrow and almost equal. 
Because the oval face shape is well-balanced, any length, texture or hairstyle will look great.





Oblong and Rectangle-Shape 

This face shape is rectangular and straight with the cheekbones not much wider than the forehead and jaw line. 
 go-to hairstyles for this face type include full, textured styles, short and medium length styles, shoulder length cuts with layers, side parts and blunt cut bangs. Make sure to avoid center parts, slick back styles and very long hairstyles, which makes your face look even longer.

Diamond and Triangle-Shape

A diamond face shape is wide at the cheekbones and narrow at the forehead. The jaw line maybe angular or rounded. A triangular face shape has a wider forehead than your jaw line and chin. 
 go-to hairstyles for this face type include short hairstyles that have volume at the top, crown or temple areas. Avoid chin-length styles and make sure to leave weight at the nape.

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