Archives: January 2011

  • Heart Shaped Face Posted by on January 15th, 2011

    Heart Shaped Face: Short hair slicked back at the sides and styled in a quiff at the front emphasises a heart-shaped face, making the most of its delicate proportions. Conceal an extra wide forehead with a light, curly fringe. Alternatively balance a small chin with spiral-curled one-length hair. A heart-shaped face that’s fairly wide at the temples can be disguised by styling hair forwards to cover the temple area. Hair layers are shaped for width and height but

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  • Square Face shapes Posted by on January 15th, 2011

    Square Face shapes: A soft style balances a hard square jaw. Back-comb the hair at the front to add root lift and visually lengthen the square face shape. A short, round-shaped cut, which frames the face and blurs the harsh edges of a square face, making it appear more oval. A textured style is useful for softening a square jaw line, while graduated layers give a wide, fairly high outline that tends to draw attention away from the

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  • Round Face shapes Posted by on January 15th, 2011

    Round Face shapes: If your hair is short, bring tendrils of hair forward onto your face. Balance these with a light, textured fringe which allows your forehead to show through so that you don’t shorten your face. If you have long hair keeping the length through the sides and letter boxing your face shape will have a slimming effect and narrow your face, If you require a fringes try a sweeping asymmetric fringe keeping some of

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