Cut It Right
Round : To cut the fullness of your face, a long bob is great choice.. An asymmetrical pixiethat's short on the sides and longer at the top brings in the much needed angles to a round face. It can be styled to create length at the top, like Ginnifer Goodwin and Viola Davis’ styles. Avoid wavy and chin length bobs that add to the fullness.
Square : Characterized by a strong jawline, a square face is complemented by a hair cut that softens its sharp angles. Soft layers, styled like beach-y waves ending just below the jawline instantly helps tame the jaw line. An inverted bob with choppy bangs like that of Katie Holmes is the cut to go for if you looking to narrow down a broad, square face.
Long : A vertically strong face, can easily be balanced by adding some volume to the sides. The quickest way to do so is by avoiding a middle parting and going for deep side part as seen on Keri Hilson and Liv Tyler. Pair the side parting with chin length bobsand side fringes that move outwards from your face to create illusion of horizontal fullness. Avoid too much volume on top. Skip sleek straight hair and play up the waves for added benefit like Chloe Sevigny often does.
Heart Shaped : The high forehead and fairly pointy chin of a heart shaped face benefits greatly from wispy bangs. They soften the forehead and brings attention to the eyes and cheeks. An asymmetrical, tapered bob like the ones spotted on Victoria Beckham and Scarlett Johansson also work great on a heart shaped face.