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A few things to think about before you pick a new hairstyle:
Considering Your Face Shape to Determine Hair Length
Knowing your face shape can help you make confident and informed decisions about which hairstyle to choose. To figure it out, pull or comb your hair completely away from your face. Stand in front of a mirror so that you can see your face straight-on, and not at an angle. Use a washable marker, tube of lipstick, the corner of a cube of cold butter or anything else that's easily washable, and trace around the edges of your face in the mirror.
Cuts that will flatter your features: Long, layered bobs that fall just below your chin, edgy layered bobs, fringe bangs, and layered hair that falls to your shoulders.
Styles that will flatter your features: Curls or waves created with a curling iron, classic updos with thick side bangs, and long exaggerated bangs.
Avoid one length, blunt cuts like the classic bob.
Cuts that will flatter your features: Long, sleek cuts with graduated layers that begin at your jawline, angled bobs with longer hair in the front, asymmetrical and textured layers, and bangs that skim past your eyes.
Styles that will flatter your features: Experiment with curls. For updos, try pulling your hair back from your face into a sleek ponytail or bun (this will show off your great jawline).
Steer clear of blunt-cut bangs and one-length bob hairstyles which highlight your angular jaw rather than downplay it.
Cuts that will flatter your features: An oval face shape can usually sustain any sort of haircut. Find your best feature and highlight it with your hairstyle. Great bone structure? Consider an angular bob that complements your chin. Gorgeous eyes? Blunt or side-swept bangs will draw attention there.
Styles that will flatter your features: Updo styles like the French twist.
Cuts that will flatter your features: Draw attention away from the chin with side swept bangs or brow-skimming bangs. A short fast cut is also a good choice. Avoid choppy layers that hit at the chin.
Styles that will flatter your features: Try a swept-back updo that adds some volume to the top section of your hair.
Try to avoid a slicked back look that takes away from the volume of your hair.
Cuts that will flatter your features: Get a cut that involves big side-swept bangs that taper down to your jawline. Short haircuts with a lot of volume are ideal for triangular faces. You can also choose a long cut, as long as it hits at your collarbone or lower.
Styles that will flatter your features: Try a loose ponytail that will allow your hair to play around your face.
Try to avoid slicked back updos that pull your hair away from your face.
Cuts that will flatter your features: Try some full, straight bangs and a cut that adds width to your chin area, such as a chin-length bob.
Styles that will flatter your features: Give a high ponytail or bun a try if you have bangs.
Watch out for styles where you part your hair down the middle or add extra height to the top of your head.
Cuts that will flatter your features: Brow-skimming, side swept bangs or chin-length bobs are ideal for creating the illusion of width. Keep haircuts short, never long because they tend to drag down the face.
Styles that will flatter your features: Curls and waves work well when adding width.
Pass up extreme styles and cuts that are longer than the collarbone.
Pick your texture.
For instance, a short and choppy fast cut that works on straight, thin hair may not look good on someone with thick and curly hair.
Try to avoid blunt cut bangs; opt instead for a side swept look.
Consider cuts that start at the chin or below, and go longer if your hair is frizzier.
Ultimately, you should get a cut that will make you feel confident and happy, regardless of whether or not it compliments your appearance. Your cut should be based on your own personal preferences.
If you find one that you like, print out the picture and take it to your hairstylist.
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