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Check out the latest fashion trends on http://ifashiontrends.info/discover-cut-face-shapeDiscover the Right Cut for Your Face Shape

The perfect haircut is more than a few scissors! Before you book a salon appointment, determine the shape of your face so that you know exactly what to order. You can do this at home, breaking a rule and measure the width of the forehead, cheekbones and jaw, and the length of the face from forehead to chin. If you have an oval face like Ashley Greene, the width of the forehead, cheekbones and jaw are almost equal, but if yours is round like Charlize Theron, his face is almost as wide as long, his forehead and jaw curved corners. People with heart shaped faces like Halle Berry has a wide forehead and narrow jaw, but if the length and width of your face is equal, have a square face and Olivia Wilde. We’ve compiled a list of our favorite hairstyles each mouse shape through inspired!

Round Face, Short
THE COURT
A gamine with layers cut end around the crown like Ginnifer Goodwin chop.
WHY IT WORKS “If you’re going to go short, go short all the way,” says legendary celebrity hairstylist Garren. Unlike a jaw hugging bob, this little pixie downplays roundness big. The choppy pieces up top add height, lengthen your face and emphasize your eyes.
Expert Tip
This length is very easy to comb hair straight, wavy and fine, but stay away from it if you think poodle curls.

Round Face, Medium-Length
THE COURT
A long, collarbone skimming bob with wispy pieces around the neck.
WHY IT WORKS
Hair that is shoulder or collarbone face has a slimming effect. Loose curls like Charlize Theron angles add, divide the area of the chin and does not bend under his jaw. The result? “You are counteracting the circular shape and structure,” says Garren.
Expert Tip
Go a few inches longer than normal to give more weight to the court, and balance the roundness of your face.

Round Face, Long
THE COURT
Long, barely there layers affecting the jaw line.
WHY IT WORKS
Selena Gomez Long, tiered layers are an easy way to do your hair, not your face, seems more complete. A light scattering layers at the bottom holds the volume of the sides (which does not) and focuses near the ends (where you want).
Expert Tip layers stop curls long balloons around the cheeks and prevent fine hair appear stringy.

Heart Face, Short
THE COURT
A shy elf who has cut evenly on the sides and nape with short layers on top.
WHY IT WORKS
Halle Berry is disheveled Court dynamic enough to override a pronounced jaw, while choppy layers break a large forehead.
Expert Tip
Cut hair curls and not mix. To avoid a top-heavy chin exaggerate, dense filaments need to be cut.
  1. Check out the latest fashion trends on http://ifashiontrends.info/discover-cut-face-shape

    Discover the Right Cut for Your Face Shape

    Discover the Right Cut for Your Face Shape

    The perfect haircut is more than a few scissors! Before you book a salon appointment, determine the shape of your face so that you know exactly what to order. You can do this at home, breaking a rule and measure the width of the forehead, cheekbones and jaw, and the length of the face from forehead to chin. If you have an oval face like Ashley Greene, the width of the forehead, cheekbones and jaw are almost equal, but if yours is round like Charlize Theron, his face is almost as wide as long, his forehead and jaw curved corners. People with heart shaped faces like Halle Berry has a wide forehead and narrow jaw, but if the length and width of your face is equal, have a square face and Olivia Wilde. We’ve compiled a list of our favorite hairstyles each mouse shape through inspired!

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    Round Face, Short

    THE COURT
    A gamine with layers cut end around the crown like Ginnifer Goodwin chop.

    WHY IT WORKS “If you’re going to go short, go short all the way,” says legendary celebrity hairstylist Garren. Unlike a jaw hugging bob, this little pixie downplays roundness big. The choppy pieces up top add height, lengthen your face and emphasize your eyes.

    Expert Tip
    This length is very easy to comb hair straight, wavy and fine, but stay away from it if you think poodle curls.

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    Round Face, Medium-Length

    THE COURT
    A long, collarbone skimming bob with wispy pieces around the neck.

    WHY IT WORKS
    Hair that is shoulder or collarbone face has a slimming effect. Loose curls like Charlize Theron angles add, divide the area of the chin and does not bend under his jaw. The result? “You are counteracting the circular shape and structure,” says Garren.

    Expert Tip
    Go a few inches longer than normal to give more weight to the court, and balance the roundness of your face.

    Round Face, Long

    Round Face, Long

    THE COURT
    Long, barely there layers affecting the jaw line.

    WHY IT WORKS
    Selena Gomez Long, tiered layers are an easy way to do your hair, not your face, seems more complete. A light scattering layers at the bottom holds the volume of the sides (which does not) and focuses near the ends (where you want).

    Expert Tip layers stop curls long balloons around the cheeks and prevent fine hair appear stringy.

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    Heart Face, Short

    THE COURT
    A shy elf who has cut evenly on the sides and nape with short layers on top.

    WHY IT WORKS
    Halle Berry is disheveled Court dynamic enough to override a pronounced jaw, while choppy layers break a large forehead.

    Expert Tip
    Cut hair curls and not mix. To avoid a top-heavy chin exaggerate, dense filaments need to be cut.

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