What Hairstyle Would Suit You Best?
Television personalities, models, actresses, or basically anybody you see on the media inspires people with their look. They always look their best and when we see them with a new hairstyle, we think to ourselves "oh I am gonna copy that look!" But hold your horses and take time to consider the whole idea before you crash the salon and demand your hairstylist to cut your hair exactly the same way. Keep in mind that you are a unique individual whose look is different from others and so what might work for them, could quite possible not work well for you. This emphasizes the need for you to learn more.
Therefore, you must take into consideration several things, starting of with the shape of your face. Figure out what shape does your face have and if you do not know how to do it then here is a simple trick: take a rubber tie and pull back your hair into a ponytail. Now, using any make up that you can easily wash off, try and trace the outline of your face in front of the mirror. Then there you have it, a clear look on what shape your face has.
There are several types of shapes out there and we are going to take them up one by one because it is the most important factor when choosing the right haircut for you. First, lets start with the oval-shaped face because this is the best one given that this shape can pull off any type of haircut or hairstyle. The only thing you need to remember when you have an oval-shaped face is that to never cover it up with too much hair which means you have got to avoid getting bangs that is far too thick. There are several oval-shape faced celebrities out there and you can google them to see the hairstyles they have tried because you might just be able to pull it off!
There are some people who have square-shaped faces and the best thing they can do is to compliment it with a hairstyle that will soften the edges of the face. Long-layered waves is bound to give a soft touch to your look. You can also opt for a short do, hair ends just above the jaw line because then you will be able to cover up the edges of your face. Try to avoid bangs or fringe because covering your face with hair will only make your face look edgier. Another haircut that might emphasize the squareness of your jaw is the bob cut. Do not ever get a bob cut.