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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Oval Finding The Best Hairstyles for Your Face Shape. Do you have...? Round Square Heart The oval face shape is widest at the cheekbones, but not by much. It narrows a tiny bit at the jawline and at the forehead. The width of the forehead and the width of the jawline is nearly equal. Round face shapes are exactly as they sound- the widest point is across the cheekbones, narrowing some at the forehead and jawline. This face shape is not angular at all, and is wider than the typical oval or oblong face. The square face does not narrow much from the cheekbone to the forehead, nor from the cheekbone to the jawline. The square face may also look angular, the jawline may appear sharply-angled at the corners, and even the forehead may be squared off. The heart shaped face is sometimes called the inverted triangle, particularly if the hairline doesn't come to a point on the forehead. This face shape is its widest at the forehead and it narrows toward the jawline. The jaw is the most narrow area of the face. Again, it may be angular or more rounded. Its the most versatile face shape you can have. Anything goes, from super short to long sweeping layers. Oval Round With round faces, you want to create a more slimmer look to your face, to add length. Therefore, long hair, layers and long bangs look best for round faces. Square When you have a square face shape, you need to make it your main goal to go for cuts and looks that soften your angular facial structures. Also, a center part can open up the middle of a face, drawing attention away from the jawline. Heart Soft, side-swept bangs accentuate your eyes and draw the focus away from a pointy chin. Although, these face shapes are most commonly known, according to an australian scientists' study, they have discovered more.
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