How to Choose the Perfect Haircut
Be sure to Be careful to leave fullness around the neck area if you choose a shorter style, due to your narrow chin. Wispy fringe bangs and layers around the face will balance out your face shape. For the heart shape face, a chin length bob is a great choice! Janet Jackson, Niki Taylor, and Kirstie Alley have narrow faces.
Fringe or bangs however, will work great! Keep hair off of the sides of your face as this will also add to the "long" look by cutting off the sides. Too much length will make your face appear longer. Go for cuts and styles that are chin length or shorter, preferable with some waves or curls.
A long, narrow face needs to be given the illusion of width. Kate Winslet and Natalie Merchant have round face shapes. Bangs are ok here. This will lengthen the look of your face. The best cut for a round face is something longer than chin length that is either straight or has very soft waves.
You'll want to stay away from anything that will make your face look rounder, such as chin length bobs or "big" hair. Round face shapes follow similiar guidelines as square ones. Square faces you may know are Sandra Bullock and Demi Moore. Also stay away from chin length bobs, as this will just emphasize the squareness of your jaw.
Be careful not to have too much fringe or bangs though, you normally want to keep most of the hair off of your forehead. A long layer cut with waves would be flattering here, or even a short one if it's above the jawline, and you could part it either on the side or in the middle. If you have a square shape face, you'll want to choose a cut and style that will soften the angles of your face. Some oval face shapes you may recognize include Jennifer Aniston, Jewel, and Heather Locklear. But whatever you do, don't cover up your "perfect" face shape with too much hair on the face!
Oval face shapes can carry off just about any haircut and style. There's your shape.) If you have an oval shape face, then lucky you! Using some type of washable makeup item, trace the outline of your face on the mirror and voila! Pull all of your hair back from your face and look in a mirror.
(If you're not sure, try this little trick... First, figure out what your face shape is. There are some basic guidelines that should be followed here. The first thing to consider is this: Will this style flatter your face shape?
A stunning haircut and style may look great on someone else, but may or may not be the right one for you. Before you run off to your hairstylist with picture in hand demanding a magical makeover, take a few minutes to consider a few things. It's adorable, and you want to look just like that. So you saw this actress, magazine picture, friend, or whoever with this great haircut.