How To Pick Right Hairstyle For Face Shape

Learn the secret to getting the perfect hairstyle that compliments your face shape. Our post shows you how and it’s probably not what you think! Watch the video now.

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If you’re feeling more drab than fab and even a bit on the frumpy side, you are not alone. As we get older it can be difficult to have the confidence to know how to pick hairstyles for face shape.

Most women believe they have a round face. This is not a surprise considering around 80% are wearing the wrong bra size.

This infographic from Love Hairstyles is a great place to start. They list 4 face shapes including oval, triangle, round and rectangle.

The length and whether you should have a fringe or bob are all options once you discover the correct shape for your face. According to Justine Leconte, there are 8 points to consider.

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Right Hairstyle For Face Shape Video

Justine features in our video today and shows you how to identify your face shape. Once you know, it will be clear to you what the  most flattering hairstyle will be for you.

Justine has some excellent tips and tricks so be sure to watch the video. Click Play above ^

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Byrdie has the addition of a Heart Shape Face in their infographic. Now that you have viewed the video, you should have more of an idea on how to identify the different shapes.

Here’s some further examples of face shapes that feature some famous actresses. We found this infographic on Chick Factor Gazette.

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