Face Shapes And Hairstyles Understanding Them
TEST - When selecting considering a new hairstyle, a thorough face shape analysis is required first. Why? Because if the wrong hair style is put on the wrong face shape, it will always end in disaster. I am sure you have seen these disasters where people you know or have seen look really bad. You notice things such as how their face suddenly looks really wide, or narrow, or how their chin looks longer and pointier than usual. Maybe you notice that their nose seems larger than normal, or how their forehead is actually quite large. Sometimes it’s a combination of all of these things, and sometimes we can’t even actually verbalize and say what looks wrong. But you just know that their whole look is not right, and that their hairstyle is the cause of this!TEst
On the other hand, the right hairstyle has the opposite effect and brings a pleasing perspective to the eye.A good hairstyle will put the right frame around a person’s face to add balance and perspective to it by minimizing non pleasing attributes while promoting and complimenting good ones. Hairstyles Are Geometric Shapes: A hairstyle at its planning stage is simply a geometric shape designed vertically and horizontally according to the available hairs lengths to compliment and frame a face shape. The next step in hairstyle design is to look internally at hair weight, namely layers, textures, growth patterns, lifestyle factors, and of course hairstyle color to truly bring it to life! All this is usually done by a professional hairstylist that generally but not always knows about these important factors. That’s why it’s a good idea and handy for you to know all about how hairstyles and face shapes will or will not work for you while also understanding why?This knowledge will also help you to better understand your hair stylist or evaluate if they truly know their stuff.
The Perfect Shape - Create an Oval Shape:
Funnily enough it has long been considered that the oval shape is the most pleasing to the human eye, funny because you would think that a round shape would be considered perfect in proportion right? Well not the case and definitely not for hairstyles! It’s rather simple that long faces need shortening, while wide faces need lengthening to create a balanced (oval) hairstyle look. To see and to determine what your own face shape is, click on this link "what is my face shape"ShareThis