The Best Short Hairstyles Based On Your Face Shape

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How many face shapes are there?

Square, diamond, heart, oval, rectangular, and round face forms are standard face shapes and I t's not easy to determine your shape.

The pixie cut

Oval and heart-shaped features suit pixie cuts. Oval faces look best with a trimmed pixie cut, while heart-shaped faces look best with a crown-height cut.

The Lob cut

Lobs make heart-shaped faces look longer and more balanced.

The short shag

If you have a round face, a shag will look great, but you may want more length in the back. The "shullet," a mix of a shag and a mullet, is popular.

Bob with side part

A side part gives a long face more depth, while a centre part makes an oval face stand out.

The French bob

Faces that are round look great with French bobs. Use a length that hits the jawline for fuller features.

Lob with bangs

Fringes on shorter hairstyles can either draw attention to or hide features. Adding fringe to a bob is a great way to soften and balance square-shaped features while a lob makes the face look longer.,

Curtain bangs

Curtain fringes don't suit all faces. By bringing attention to the cheekbones, curtain bangs make oval, diamond, and heart-shaped faces look flatter.

Wolf cut

If you have a square face, you should choose wispier layers to balance out your strong jaw, but if you have an oval face, you can rock any wolf cut.

Buzz cut

This cut looks best on oval and round faces, but don't let that stop you from getting the hairstyle you've always wanted. Talk to your stylist to find the right cut.

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