Round faces tend to have a wide hairline and a fuller chin, so go for a hairstyle that’s no shorter than your chin. To elongate your face, blow-dry the top part of the hair to add volume. Fringe-wise, stay away from bangs – a side part will help you frame your visage and make it appear narrower.
If you have this face shape, you have a narrow forehead and chin so your cheekbones are the widest point of your face. A chin-length bob will help to add width to the chin area, while ultra-short baby bangs or side bangs will work best as these will emphasise your eyes and high cheekbones.
A tapered chin-grazing cut, where the hair is no longer than the jaw, is most suitable for this face shape (picture an inverted triangle, with the forehead is at the widest, and a pointed chin). A side-swept fringe also means that your forehead, which tends to be wider, can be slightly covered. If you want more volume and dimension, go for choppy layers.
People with a squarish face shape have wide brows and an angular jawline. These can be narrowed with a shoulder-length bob. Side-swept bangs will also soften the square edges of the face. Note: avoid straight, blunt cuts that potentially make your appearance seem more boxy.
Oblong face shapes are typically longer than oval-shaped faces and have a narrow chin. A shoulder-length cut works the best for this, while heavy, full bangs would help to shorten the forehead. You can try different styles, from blunt bangs to side-swept ones.