Best haircut for your face shape
 No matter what your face shape, find a hairstyle that you will approach more than others (if we exclude those stylistic images that are suitable for everybody). We offer you a simple guide on what hairstyles are suitable and which are not for five different face shapes.

The oval shape of the face

Oval face - the most universal. You can succeed with almost any length or texture of hair - short or long, curly or straight. Regardless of the length of the haircut, you'll look better if you can do the layers at the level of the cheekbones, lips or chin.

Graceful and elegant styles:   bob with a smooth transition, straight bangs, long, slightly careless wave.

Avoid:   Short layers that make your head longer. If you have thick or wavy hair, give up the straight, smooth cuts. You will be like a pyramid.

Celebrities with a similar face shape:   Kate Hudson (Kate Hudson), Jessica Alba (Jessica Alba), Jada Pinkett Smith (Jada Pinkett Smith)

The long or oblong face shape

The perfect haircut for us - one that does not face directs downward, but still adds to the width.

Graceful and elegant styles:   side bangs (I, for one, will never leave the house without it). Bob up to his chin is also ideal for you, because it creates the illusion of width. Curly and wavy hair - also a great option (they also make the face more widely).

Avoid:   In no case do not do a very short or very long hairstyle. They lengthen the face. Long hair looks better if you have a multi-layered haircut, especially around the face. You will also fit v-shaped, where the length is mainly concentrated in the rear, and side locks and front hair short.

Celebrities with a similar face shape:   Sarah Jessica Parker (Sarah Jessica Parker), Ashlee Simpson (Ashlee Simpson), Gisele Bundchen (Giselle Bundchen)

Round face shape

Your goal is to create a smaller amount of volume around the face. You also need to minimize the roundness and rounded tips.

Graceful and elegant styles:   try to cut just below the chin. Soft, separated by layers - a great choice because they make your face visually already tend to conceal the weight from her cheeks. In addition, you will approach the light, angular tips. They help to divert attention from the roundness of the face. Bangs can only do it a long and combed to one side.

Avoid:   straight, smooth cuts if you have short hair. Curly, short hair is also contraindicated. It will only emphasize the roundness of the face.

Celebrities with a similar face shape:   Fergie (Fergie), Kate Bosworth (Kate Bosworth), Oprah Winfrey (Oprah Winfrey), Cameron Diaz (Cameron Diaz), Kirsten Dunst (Kirsten Dunst), Michelle Williams (Michelle Williams), Catherine Zeta-Jones (Catherine Zeta-Jones)

The square shape of the face

If you have a square face shape, it is necessary to visually reduce the strong, angular chin. The texture in the form of curls or choppy ends does it brilliantly. You should also get away with short, spiky hairstyle and long, smooth shapes with the levels that start at the jawline and continue downward.

Avoid:   smooth, straight beans (especially to the level of the chin) and straight bangs. They make your face more square.

Celebrities with a similar face shape:   Gwyneth Paltrow (Gwyneth Paltrow), Demi Moore (Demi Moore), Angelina Jolie (Angelina Jolie), Isabella Rosellini (Isabella Rosellini), Rosario Dawson (Rosario Dawson)

The person in the form of heart

  Call attention to the eyes and cheekbones using bangs combed to one side (as here Reese Witherspoon (Reese Witherspoon)) and the length of the hair just below the chin. You have short hair? Keep top layers soft and elongated. Long hair? So the top layer should be lightly touching the cheekbones.

Avoid:   short, straight bangs and uneven, rough layers.

Celebrities with a similar face shape:   Keith Holmes (Katie Holmes), Jennifer Lopez (Jennifer Lopez), Rachel Bilson (Rachel Bilson), Reese Witherspoon (Reese Witherspoon)