Layers that frame the face fall over a square face, rounding off the corners and drawing attention to the cheekbones.
Long, voluminous bangs have a softening effect on the face and give it the appearance of being shorter and rounder than it actually is.
Olivia Wilde's textured, shoulder-length hairstyle makes her square jawline stand out even more.
A head full of curls, regardless of hair length, is the ideal complement to a sharp profile. You might want to try an updo with additional height over the crown.
You may frame your face more effectively if you get layers that begin near your lips or cheekbones.
Like Rihanna, you may make your face seem longer and more defined by tying your hair into a topknot and pinning it back.
Don't want your shape to look too bulky? Try making layers that are thin and long but gradually get shorter as they approach the conclusion.
Emily Deschanel's long, wavy bangs are a beautiful addition to her appearance, drawing the eye in and rounding off her features.
You can wear your hair back in a low, messy chignon with an asymmetrical part if that's your preference.
The length of this cut expands the features, and the flipped-in ends give the hair a bit of bounce.