Choosing the Right Hairstyle for Your Face

Choosing a hairstyle can be one of the most difficult things that you do. It is a decision with a lot of consequence as, once you make it, it cannot be undone easily. One thing that makes it so tough is that every person is different. What looks good on that famous actress might not look all that great on you.

 

This is why it is so important to choose a hairstyle that will fit you individually. You have to take into account the thickness of your hair, but also the shape of your face. The following tips should help you to get some ideas for your hair, based on the shape of your face.

Round

 

Asymmetrical haircuts are best suited to round faces. A side part will help your face to look slimmer, and multiple layers will emphasize the soft edges of your face. If you want a center part, go for many long layers, giving your hair lots of length and helping your face to look narrower.

Oval

 

If you have an oval shaped face, you have the best shape to fit just about any hairstyle. This allows you full freedom to choose how you would like to wear your hair, but remember to keep it tasteful! The only hairstyles that you really need to avoid are those that cover up your beautiful face. If you want to wear bangs, keep them blunt and straight and they will look great.

Heart

If you have a heart shaped face, a medium bob is the way to go. If you want longer hair, a side part can look great, but only if you have thick, layered hair.

Square

 

If you have a square face, you will want to stick to hairstyles that will soften the edges a little bit. Rather than short, spiky hairstyles, go for longer, bob haircuts. If you want bangs, go for asymmetrical ones, rather than cut straight across. Long hair is another good look for square faces, and with longer styles you have a little bit more freedom to do what you want with it.

Long

 

If you have a longer shaped face, try to avoid sleek and straight styles as they will only make your face look longer. You will want to go for curly styles that will add volume to your hair as well as your face. In general, shorter is better for your face shape, but if you keep it curly, long can work for you. Otherwise, stick to short or medium bobs with lots of layers.

Dana G. is a writer for AspiringNurse.com. As a neonatal nurse, you need to learn to be able to have good fashion, while doing your job well. This is a great resource for you.

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