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What is my Face Shape?

Use this page to help define what your face shape is. It is important to know what your face shape is so that you can choose the perfect hairstyle to flatter your face.

Start by pulling back your hair into a pony tail or pinning it back so your hairline is visible. Take a photo of yourself or have someone take one for you straight on. I used my computers camera and photoshop to outline my face. (please excuse the lack of make-up!)

Face Shape PhotoFace Shape Photo Outline

Print your photo out and take a thick marker such as a sharpie and trace around your face shape and along your hairline, or use photoshop like I did. Compare your face shape to diagram below and read about what styles and cuts will look best on your face shape.

oval shaped face

Shape: An oval face shape is some what narrower at the jawline than at the temples. The hairline is gently rounded.

round shaped face

SHAPE: A round shaped face is full looking with a rounded jaw line and hairline. The widest point of your face will be your cheeks.

rectangular shaped face

SHAPE:A rectangular face shape is longer than it is wide and slender. The forehead, cheekbones and jaw are the same width.

heart shaped face

SHAPE: A heart shaped face is widest at the temples and hairline and should narrow towards the jawline to a delicate pointed chin.

triangle shaped face

SHAPE: A triangle shaped face has a dominant jawline that tapers towards the hairline with cheeks and temples narrower than the jaw.

diamond shaped face

SHAPE: A diamond shaped face is widest at the cheekbones and temples. The forehead and jawline are equally narrow.

square shaped face

SHAPE: A square shaped face has a strong squared jawline with an equally squared hairline. The temples and cheek bones should be equally wide.

 

 

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