To begin with, is your face shape? If you can’t really tell by having a glance in the mirror take a much closer look, you might have an elongated forehead as well as your face will probably be noticeably longer than it’s wide. If in doubt, ask your bestie for their opinion.
Fringes are at shorting face lenght great but you need to get the cut. Soft curls and waves in hair that is longer will lift your features and upping the volume of your hair in the sides will give the illusion of a face shape that is shorter. The grown-out fringe look is the most on- trend face around friendly cut at the moment.
You will be given a large amount of volume on one side a balance by a deep side parting out your features. Long hair? Try and keep things sleek and smooth on top to like Sarah Jessica Parker to avoid elongating your face. Subtle highlights along with several strands can work wonders.
Gisele Bundchen’s hair is really all about the volume! Wrap sections around curling tongs. The bigger the curls, the more width throughout the face you’ll have. Texture is essential for creating face-flattering shape here.
As they break up the length fringes were made for long face shapes. To add in some texture, why not add plait. Clever contouring can help show off those killer cheekbones! Too much hair past your shoulders is a tricky length. As the attention falls away from your forehead, this is really a great look.