Your Face Shape Determines Your Best Haircut


The oval face shape is well-balanced, with slightly wider cheekbones. It gently narrows at the forehead and jaw. Long layers complement this shape, as they enhance the natural symmetry and softness of the face.


A round face is almost as wide as it is long, with full cheeks and a rounded chin. A hairstyle that works well is a long bob (lob) with side-swept bangs. This cut adds angles and lengthens the face, creating a more oval appearance.


Square faces have a strong, angular jawline and an equally broad forehead. If you have this shape and want a perfect hairstyle that suits it, try a layered bob that hits just below the jawline. It softens the strong angles of the face.


An oblong face is more in length than width and features a straight jawline. If you have this shape, a good choice is to go for a shoulder-length cut with layers starting at the chin. Your face gains more width that way, balancing the length.


Like the shape, a triangular face is characterized by a slender forehead and a broader jawline. You can’t go wrong with a pixie cut with volume at the top. By adding width to the forehead, it balances the jawline.


Pear-shaped faces have narrow foreheads and wider jawlines, similar to the triangle shape but with softer jawlines. Complement this shape with a shoulder-length cut with layers starting at the jawline. The upper part of the face will have more volume.


A diamond-shaped face has a slender forehead and jawline and broader cheekbones. Hairstyles that suit this shape typically add width at the forehead and chin, balancing the cheekbones. We highly recommend a layered cut with side-swept bangs.

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