How to Choose the Best Hairstyle for Your Face
The Prettiest Hairstyles for Square Faces
Hairstyles for square faces have traditionally been pretty boring; if you have a strong jaw (and killer cheekbones), you’ve probably been told that your only option is long, flowing hair to soften the angularity of your face.Yawn.We think that square-faced babes deserve a lot better—so we’ve put together a collection of fun, elegant hairstyles that work beautifully on square faces. Spoiler alert: they’re all about creating subtle asymmetry. Prepare to fall in love.
Side Part. Something as simple as a deep side part, likeOlivia Wilde's, breaks up the angles of the face.
Messy Updo. Instead of pulling all your hair straight back, soften a square face shape by leaving loose pieces to frame the features, like Kiera Knightley.
Angled Bob. To elongate the face, request a bob (or long bob inNikki Reed's case) that graduated in the in the back and longer in the front.
Long Layers. Too-short layers can make a square face look wider than it actually is. Long layers, as seen onBeth Behr, create a more streamlined look.
Soft Waves. Loose, wavy texture likeGisele Bündchen's helps to soften features.
Gradual Layers. Starting layers close to the jawline, likeClaire Danes', will soften the square effect. The shortest layers should be even with your chin.
Side-Swept Bangs. Blunt bangs can make the face look wide. CopyEmma Stone's side-swept look to soften your face's angles.
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