Which Hairstyles Suits Your Personality Best


While outfits and shoes define your sense of style, your hair sets everything you in perspective for people. Having a hairstyle that suits your face is as important as having clothes that fit well- they make all the good or bad difference. Here are few ways to know which hairstyle suits your face shape and your personality-

 

1.Oval face shape :

The ideal face shape for women, an oval may not be the most alpha of face shapes for men, but it’s a good canvas for experimentation. Symmetrical and well-proportioned, an oval face shape does pretty much any hairstyle justice, so the choice is very much yours.

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2.Square jawed :

Considered the masculine ideal, a square face shape is characterised by its strong, shaped jaw line, even proportions and an overall chiselled appearance. Like the oval, it’s a great foundation for most styles and is versatile enough to work with both extremely short and longer hairstyles – from buzz cuts to French crops to quiffs. This works wonders which means you can pull off most of the looks that you decide to experiment.

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3.Rectangular hairline :

The longest of the face shapes, a rectangular face falls somewhere between an oval and a square, but requires a subtly tweaked hairstyle to ensure the face doesn’t appear even longer than it is. Try a well-proportioned style that doesn’t take the sides too short or leave too much length on top.

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4.Round faced :

Circular with a rounded chin and no obvious lines or angles, a round face shape benefits from a haircut that lends it some definition. A style with height on the top that’s taken tight at the sides such as a pompadour or a flat top works well to add structure, as do front fringes.

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While your face shape may define what haircut you should get, your personality in the end should carry it off.