Looking for the ultimate hairstyle guide for your face shape? We’ll you’re in luck, ’cause we’ve curated everything you need to know in this blog post!
I think one of the many mistakes women make is to blindly follow what’s trendy even if it doesn’t suit them. Our bodies vary in shape and height. Your friend may be able to pull off a retro look, but when you try it, you look like just another poser trying to rock a style that’s not suited for you! This is true with hairstyles as well. Wear the wrong hairstyle, and you’ll look like a walking-talking mess. But how do you know which hairstyle suits you best? Refer to this handy hairstyle guide!
Hairstyle Guide | The Perfect Hair For Your Face Shape
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This hairstyle guide courtesy of therighthairstyles.com will definitely make choosing the right hair for your face shape easy and convenient! I’ll also make it even easier for you by giving you a general idea of how to pick your hairstyle (in case you prefer something else other than what’s provided in this infographic) as well as celebrities that match your face shape (because we need people to look up to, right? *wink*).
1. Oval Face
Do you have an oval face? Then consider yourself lucky. You tend to have some features of all the other face shapes (e.g., rounded jawline, which you find among women with a round face), so almost any type of hairstyle works for you. You have every right to be adventurous with your look!
2. Round Face
While round faces are cute, they tend to lack one important face element: structure. Since the length and width of the face are equal, there’s no angle. Thus, this hairstyle guide points you to styles that create the illusion of structure such as waves, parting hair, and layers. In the meantime, avoid hairstyles that follow or frame your face’s round shape.
You share the same face with Mila Kunis, Kelly Clarkson, Michelle Williams, and Emma Stone
3. Square Face
This one is quite the opposite of the round face since the angles are strong. The chin and the jawline are defined. What you need are hairstyles that can help soften the look and the illusion of some roundness around the cheeks. In the meantime, avoid hairstyles that reveal your jawline and chin