Choosing the Right Hair Style for Your Face
When choosing your hairstyle and haircut, remember that you will have a much easier time if you choose a style that lets hair do what it wants naturally. We have collected hairstyles ideas for famous celebrities here - Celebrity Hairstyles
Choosing the Right Hair Style
When choosing a hairstyle one should always consider whether or not the hair style will suit your face shape. Many woman change their hair styles according to latest fashion trends while others maintain their same old styles as
every individual has unique face cut, hair type and hair color. You can change your hairstyle according to the occasion.
For a square face choose a hair style with long layers preferably one with soft waves or curls, as these create a softness that detracts from the hard lines. Those with a square jaw line can take the edge off with a softening style that features side parting and longer hair at the nape of neck. A must avoid is a center parting or straight cut hair around the jaw line or even square bangs on the forehead. These geometric lines will only accentuate the strong structure of a square face even more.
For a oval face: Oval Shape is regarded by many experts as the perfect face shape. If your face is oval in shape, then you have the advantage of being able to wear any hair style you choose. Oval faces are considered perfect for hairstyling and afford a lot of experimentation to the stylist too. However, much depends on the quality of hair one has: thin, lush, wavy, straight, silky etc. Oval faces look good with a haircut that adds volume to the top of head to slim down the forehead. Such faces would smartly avoid hairstyles that include spikes, short topsides or too much volume on the sides.
For a round face choose a style with a short fringe, which lengthens the face and a short cut which makes the face look thinner. Round faces can add a bit of volume to the top of the head to slim down. Avoid spiky and short topside styling to your hair and any haircut that gives width or volumizes the sides of your face.
For a long face choose a style with short layers or go for a bob with a fringe which will create horizontal lines. Scrunch dried or curly bobs balance a long face. Long faces can layer it on for fullness on sides. Such faces must avoid short cuts, jaw-length bobs, or styles that add height on top.
Heart shaped faces have can opt for bangs and a length that frames the jaw line, while avoiding a short hairstyle at the nape.