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A Frame Hairstyles

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A Frame Hairstyles

Create angles to frame a round face. Bring out the best in your softer, round features by contrasting them with some edge. Go for sleek lines and tapered ends, and avoid bulky hairstyles. Consider a medium-length cut with layers that frame your face. Have the styles make your shortest layer fall below your ears. Your longest layer should fall a few inches below your chin. Longer cuts look great with round faces because they tend to lengthen the features. Consider long wavy layers to contrast the roundness. Asymmetrical styles can be a bold, beautiful move for people with round faces. Long, layered bangs create edgy angles that offset round features. An angled bob is another great choice. Consider a pixie cut to bring out your apple cheeks and make your eyes look larger.
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A Frame Hairstyles

1. Hairstyles That Defined an Era A telltale way to figure out when an old picture was taken? The hair! Hair trends have the amazing ability to rekindle memories of years past, while sometimes prompting the thought “What was I thinking?” upon glancing at an old yearbook photo. The styles worn by Cher, Jennifer Aniston, Farrah Fawcett, and Priscilla Presley were considered cutting-edge at the times they debuted and became definitive markers of each distinct era. Click through our gallery to take a retrospective look at the “it” hairstyles of years past!
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A Frame Hairstyles

Search Add New Question Are side bangs good for heart-shaped faces? wikiHow Contributor Yes. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 1 Helpful 4 I have an oval square face and long hair. Can you suggest how I can frame my face? wikiHow Contributor Layers work well with oval faces, as do bangs, curls, and waves. Square faces, on he other hand, work with haircuts that are on the longer side. A curly/wavy lob (long bob) would work well for a combination of the two. When in doubt, ask your stylist! Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 4 Helpful 7 What short haircut is good for a round face? wikiHow Contributor Shoulder length or mid-neck to chin would look great. Side bangs are recommended. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 0 Helpful 1 Are there any short hairstyles that suit a square face shape other than a bob? I’m planning on cutting my hair short soon and I don’t want a bob. wikiHow Contributor A lob (Long Bob) looks excellent with square faces. As the name suggests, it is slightly longer than a bob, so it is on the medium side. Avoid pixie cuts and the like, and you can always ask your stylist for tips. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 5 Helpful 5 Which haircut will suit with an oval face, frizzy, wavy hair, and will cover my big forehead? wikiHow Contributor Try side bangs or straight bangs; it will distract from your forehead. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 4 Helpful 2 I am outgrowing a pixie haircut. The back is longer than the front. My face is oval and I want a framed haircut. Any suggestions? wikiHow Contributor Like the article says, angular haircuts with longer bits work well with longer faces. Let your hair grow out a bit, then cut it if you’re keeping short. Looking at magazines for inspiration is a great idea too! Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 2 Helpful 1 In general, can any kind of haircut suit any type of face shape? wikiHow Contributor Sort of. It’s not the end of the world if you pick something bad for your face shape. But different haircuts emphasize different features, so if you choose a “wrong” style, you might hid something you’re proud of and emphasize something you’re not. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 0 Helpful 0
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A Frame Hairstyles

At first thought, the word ‘bob’ may conjure images of drab and unfashionable hairstyles. However, just like a classic trench coat or a little black dress, the A-line bob is eternally fashionable, chic, and seriously simple to style. Check out these fab variations on the A-line bob.
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A Frame Hairstyles

A-line hairstyles are fun, different and stylish. When you’re searching for a new look without a ton of risk, an a-line is your best bet in 2017.

A Frame Hairstyles

One of the nice things about the a line bob is how often you can change your hairstyles and look different. You’re never limited to straight hair or a solid hair color, as you can see in the picture. Why not apply your curling iron, or change your color? Depending on your appearance and desires, there’s a lot you can do.
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A Frame Hairstyles

Hairstyles in the 1950s and 1960s veered between the flip, structured curls, the beehive, and everything in between. The one constant element? The short, above-the-brow fringe famously worn by Audrey Hepburn.
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A Frame Hairstyles

2. Louise Brooks’s A-Line Bob So long, long strands! Prior to the 1920s, lengthy hairstyles were the standard, but Louise Brooks’s graphic bob with clean bangs changed that, inspiring women everywhere to make the cut.
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5. Audrey Hepburn’s Short Bangs Hairstyles in the 1950s and 1960s veered between the flip, structured curls, the beehive, and everything in between. The one constant element? The short, above-the-brow fringe famously worn by Audrey Hepburn.
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Are there any short hairstyles that suit a square face shape other than a bob? I’m planning on cutting my hair short soon and I don’t want a bob. wikiHow Contributor A lob (Long Bob) looks excellent with square faces. As the name suggests, it is slightly longer than a bob, so it is on the medium side. Avoid pixie cuts and the like, and you can always ask your stylist for tips. Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 5 Helpful 5
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facebook dialogPinterest2012 Jordan StraussBoho Waves”This is the classic Kate Hudson look,” says Babaii. “Each side has fullness and the top is a little bit lifted, which balances . A bone-straight style would accentuate her longer face frame.” To get Hudson's roughed-up texture, mist your hair with a beach spray, like Bumble and Bumble Surf Spray, loosely curl with a large-barrel curling iron, and run your hands through it.facebook dialogPinterest2012 Jonathan LeibsonShaggy Bob”The layers on this A-line bob give the ends a choppy look,” says Babaii. Jagged ends make hair look thicker around the jawline, filling in the space where your face looks its thinnest. Use a curling iron to get Emily Blunt's piecey look. Thick, wavy textures might have trouble pulling this off without a light hair spray to set the style. Try David Babaii for WildAid Light Hold Hairspray or Suave Professionals Touchable Finish Hairspray Lightweight Hold.
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Boho Waves”This is the classic Kate Hudson look,” says Babaii. “Each side has fullness and the top is a little bit lifted, which balances . A bone-straight style would accentuate her longer face frame.” To get Hudson's roughed-up texture, mist your hair with a beach spray, like Bumble and Bumble Surf Spray, loosely curl with a large-barrel curling iron, and run your hands through it.
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facebook dialogPinterest2012 Getty ImagesEasygoing Side-Sweep”I love the way her hair sweeps over her face a little haphazardly,” says Babaii. “Longer faces can be dragged down by hair, so a side-swept style with some asymmetry makes her look softer and less linear.” To get Julianne Moore's texture, you don't need a lot of product—just blow it out and scrunch as you go to add some wave, part, and go.facebook dialogPinterest2011 Getty ImagesThe Curtain EffectLike a gorgeous window dressing, Mila Kunis's cut creates a flattering frame for her face. “I like how the pieces fall on the left side, slightly in front of her cheek and brow—it changes the focus of the face,” says Babaii. For shine that lasts, use a silicone-based serum, like Redken Shine Brilliance Glass 01 Smoothing Serum.
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The Curtain EffectLike a gorgeous window dressing, Mila Kunis's cut creates a flattering frame for her face. “I like how the pieces fall on the left side, slightly in front of her cheek and brow—it changes the focus of the face,” says Babaii. For shine that lasts, use a silicone-based serum, like Redken Shine Brilliance Glass 01 Smoothing Serum.
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Angled haircuts are perfect for round faces because they offer a structured frame for a soft, curvy chin and chubby cheeks, thus adding sharpness to the overall visage. Side bangs that stop around the cheekbones also sculpt the face further.
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“Bangs on an oval face are a great choice, because they change the face shape by shortening its length,” says Babaii. “These aren't blunt—instead, they curve on the sides, adding a frame around the eyes.” For sleekness like Liv Tyler's, Babaii suggests blow-drying hair and adding a pea-size amount of smoothing serum, such as It&ly Hair Fashion Purity Design Pure Water Drops.
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“She's got more hair than God,” says Babaii of Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge. “The layers help frame her oval face and control the volume. All-one-length hair would weigh her down.”
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“This is the classic Kate Hudson look,” says Babaii. “Each side has fullness and the top is a little bit lifted, which balances . A bone-straight style would accentuate her longer face frame.” To get Hudson's roughed-up texture, mist your hair with a beach spray, like Bumble and Bumble Surf Spray, loosely curl with a large-barrel curling iron, and run your hands through it.

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