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Do You Know Your Face Shape?

Follow these tips and tricks to have your next haircut emphasize your best features and conceal your least favorite. Getting the haircut you really want is not as difficult as it sometimes seems. Here are some tips and tricks for working out which haircut will best suit you.


Stellure Your Haircut And Face Shape ~ Considerations of your hair type and your style preferences are important when choosing a haircut. However, without doubt the most crucial determining factor in deciding whether or not a haircut will suit you is your face shape.

Determining your face shape is not as easy as it seems as many of us have incorrect preconceived notions about our face shapes. To guide you in determining your face shape use the Stellure Face Shape Wizard. Then you need to consider which style will be most flattering for you.

To make this job easier use the Stellure Hair Styler. Have a play with the free trial, or better yet become a member and literally visualize a new you with a 3D model of your own face.

The Oval Face Shape
Considered to be the ideal shape by hairdressers. People with an oval face shape can wear most styles and lengths with it still looking "right". The oval face is mathematically 1.5 times as long as its width, with the forehead slightly wider than the jaw.

The Round Face Shape
A round facial shape is characterized by a round chin. Because they lack the length of the oval face, the aim of a hairstyle should be to create the illusion of length in the face. This is achieved by creating height on top of the head, and minimizing hair width -- keeping it flat at the sides and around the ears.
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The Rectangular Face Shape
The rectangle facial shape has a square chin and hairline that are long and narrow. The aim of a haircut should be to create width at the sides to disguise the narrowness. A fringe can also shorten the face, and a side part will help to disguise the squareness.

The Pear Face Shape
The pear facial shape has a narrow forehead and is widest at the jaw line, with a round chin. The objective of a haircut should be to give the illusion of an oval face by creating width at the forehead and temples.

The Heart Face Shape
The heart facial shape is widest at the temples and narrowest at the jaw line. Usually they have a small delicate chin. The objective of the haircut is to create an oval by creating width at the jaw line.

The Diamond Face Shape
The diamond facial shape is widest at the cheekbones and narrow in the forehead and chin. By creating width at the forehead and minimizing width at the cheekbones, the illusion of an oval face can be achieved.

The Square Face Shape
Square facial shapes have a square jaw line and the hairline at the forehead also tends to be square-shaped. They are 'too short', so a hairstyle should seek to create height to elongate the face. Hair should be layered around the face to soften the jaw line. Hair should wisp around face to reduce squareness.

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