One Response to What's the best hairstyle for round/square faces this fall?

  1. Sherley says:

    Round Face Shapes
    Typically, if you have a round face, you want to make your face appear longer and leaner and less round. To do this, create less volume around the face.
    Styles that are flattering and stylish: Try cuts that fall just below the chin. Soft, graduated layers are a great bet because they make your face appear slimmer and tend to remove bulk and weight from the sides. Consider wispy and tapered ends. These de-emphasize the roundness of your face. Bangs are flattering, but keep them long or side-swept.

    Avoid: One-length, blunt cuts if you have short hair. Curly, short hair is also a no-no. These only emphasize your roundness.

    Square Face Shapes
    If you have a square face, you’ll want to play down your strong, angular jaw. Texture, in the form of curls or choppy ends, does this brilliantly. You can also get away with short, spiky cuts and long, sleek styles with 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. Photo gallery of square face shapes

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