Flattering Haircuts For Different Face Shapes-vidown

Health We will briefly discuss the 5 different face shapes, hair cuts that flatter and cuts to avoid. -Oval-This is considered to be the best face shape to match a number of different hair cuts. You can have a great cut for your face, irregardless if short, long, straight, or curly. You will look your best with layers near your cheekbones, lips or chin, no matter the length of your hair. The cuts which are now popular ar bobs, long waves, and shoulder-skimming shags. The celebraties with oval faces Jada Smith, Kate Hudson, And Jessica Alba. Avoid: Adding short layers that will head to the height of the top of your head. Avoid a blunt cut for thick and curly hair. Long or ‘oblong’ For straight hair, you can create more width with bangs. Long, side-swept bangs are very modern. Chin-length bobs and cuts are also ideal for you because they create the illusion of width. Curls and waves also add width, but avoid short layers that add volume on top. See, for example, Halle Berry’s hair cut on the right. The intense volume on top adds length to her already long face. For more information, check out this photo gallery of best hairstyles for long face shapes. Super hot styles now: Long layers. Celebs who share your face shape: Sarah Jessica Parker, Ashlee Simpson, Giselle Bundchen Avoid: Very long or very short cuts as they will give the appearance of making your long face look longer. -Round- A little volume on top and styles that fall just below your chin will add volume on top. Graduated layers are also a ideal bet as they make your face slimmer and remove bulk and weight from the sides. Bangs must be kept long or sideswept. Wispy and tapered ends. These de-emphasize the roundness of your face. Avoid: One-length, blunt cuts if you have short hair. These only emphasize your round face. -Square-You will minimize your strong, angular jaw. Texture, in the form of curls or choppy ends, do this very well. You can also get the same effect with short, spiky cuts and long, sleek styles that have layers that start at the jawline and continue downward. Avoid: One-length bobs (especially chin-length) and blunt-cut bangs. These will make your face look even more square. -Heart- The focal point of your face is your pointy chin. Maximize attention to your eyes and cheekbones instead with sideswept bangs. Short hair? Keep top layers soft and long. Long hair? Go with wavy layers that barely touch your cheekbones. Avoid: Blunt-cut bangs and harsh, choppy layers. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: