Is your last haircut a total failure? Maybe it's because you didn't respect the shape of your face. We will explain everything to you.
Hair is essential for most people. They can define us, play a key role in a game of seduction, be the centerpiece of a look or be a real testing ground. But it is also possible that the hair is our real enemy, either on a simple bad hair day or because we simply hate our haircut. Because yes, our hair choices can sometimes be real disasters...
If you choose your clothes according to your body type, why not choose your haircut according to your face shape? Yes, this shape is important. Hairstylist Julia Hannappel reveals all the secrets of a successful haircut to Stylight magazine. Whether you have an oval, square, round, diamond, heart, trapezoid, or triangle face, a cut is bound to be made for you. And it seems odd that the super trendy bangs this winter are suitable for many face shapes.
Hairstylist Julia Hannappel reveals all the secrets of a successful haircut to Stylight magazine.
Whether you have an oval, square, round, diamond, heart, trapezoid, or triangle face, a cut is bound to be made for you.
“People with oval faces are lucky because they tend to be able to sport any hairstyle,” hairstylist Julia Hannappel tells Stylight. We are inspired by Ashley Graham, Kate Middleton, or Bella Hadid.
For women with square faces, it is recommended to adopt hairstyles that soften the edges of the face (logical). “A center-parted hairstyle with curls creates the illusion of a diamond shape”, says Hannappel. Wavy hairstyles or side bangs are also great options. We are inspired by Lucy Liu, Margot Robbie, or Olivia Wilde.
Like the oval face, the diamond shape is also very lucky. She can wear many styles. But it can be even more effective to wear a chin-length cut that gently frames the face. The pixie cut can also be very flattering, taking inspiration from Halle Berry, Jennifer Lopez, or Taylor Swift.
Side bangs or curtain bangs sublimate heart-shaped faces. Besides the bangs, other cuts with the parting down the middle look flattering. We are inspired by Miranda Kerr, Reese Witherspoon, or Jessica Alba.
If you have a trapezoidal face, adopt a short bob cut like a bob. Wavy hair with the parting in the middle can also blow your mind. But absolutely avoid the pixie cut. We are inspired by Kelly Osbourne, Kate Walsh, or Raven-Symoné.
“All cuts and hairstyles that make the face look narrower are suitable for round faces,” according to Hannappel. We then opt for the long square with bangs, straight hair, or shoulder-length hair. We are inspired by Gemma Chan, Ginnifer Goodwin, or Kate Upton.
The triangle-shaped face should swear by the bangs, whether straight or sideways. Complete your cut with long hair and a central parting. “Anything that creates more volume on the sides of the face looks great,” says Hannappel. We are inspired by Tyra Banks, Scarlett Johansson, or Shailene Woodley.