Unlocking the Perfect Hairstyle and Eyewear for Your Face Shape

The secret to a perfect hairstyle and eyewear lies in understanding the shape of your face. Each face shape has unique characteristics that can be highlighted or balanced with the right choices.

The Seven Face Shapes

Round Face: Characterized by a circular appearance with a rounded hairline and chin, the widest point is at the cheeks and ears.
Square Face: Features a strong jawline and typically a square hairline.
Oval Face: Known for its balanced proportions, it has a gently rounded hairline and is slightly narrower at the jaw than at the temples.
Diamond Face: The cheekbones are the widest point, with a narrow jawline and forehead.
Oblong Face: Appears long and slender, with the forehead and area below the cheekbones being about the same width.
Triangular Face: Dominated by a strong jawline that narrows at the cheekbones and temples.
Heart-Shaped Face: The face is widest at the hairline and temples, tapering to a small chin, the opposite of the triangular face.

Hairstyle Dos and Don’ts for Each Face Shape
The Round Face

Goal: Lengthen the appearance of the face.
Hairstyle Tips: Add height at the crown with layers and use an off-center part. Keep the sides close to the head.
Length: Short cuts should be swept back, or opt for styles longer than the chin.
Avoid: Chin-length bobs, straight-across bangs, and center parts.

The Square Face

Goal: Soften the angular jawline.
Hairstyle Tips: Incorporate waves, layers, and wispy 離婚したくない場合の奥の手 bangs. Off-center parts and crown height can elongate the face.
Length: Short to medium, ending above or just below the chin.
Avoid: Long hair, straight bangs, and center parts.

The Oval Face

Goal: Maintain the natural balance without hiding features.
Hairstyle Tips: Most styles suit this shape, including slicked-back looks.
Length: Any length works well.
Avoid: Overly covering your balanced features.

The Diamond Face

Goal: Balance high cheekbones and a delicate chin.
Hairstyle Tips: Shorter styles should have weight at the nape. Variety is key.
Length: Any length is suitable.
Avoid: Obscuring your features.