Square Jaws and Extra Length at the Back.
Our model here has a pronounced jawline and a square face, similar to Olivia Wilde and Demi Moore. There's nothing inherently wrong with a square face but there are certain things you should avoid. Baby bangs immediately spring to mind, this applies to long and short hair, blunt cut baby bangs work with a square jawline and not in a good way. This example shows how choppy, undefined bangs, swept to one side, have an unevenness that diverts attention from sharp angles giving a rounder perception.
Don't ignore the back of your head when it comes to styling. Some have updo's or braids but of course, you can't do that with cropped locks. We like this effect, the length provides a touch of softness to the neck. Take this element in isolation and remove or transfer to another style as required.
For Hair with a bit of Wave or Body!
Start using a small round brush and blow dry small sections, rolling the brush away from your face. With your fingers, tousle with gentle motions to break up curls or chunks of curls. The short side bangs frame the face and draw attention to the eyes. Bangs also give a softer touch as opposed to the heavy body of the rest of the style creating the perfect balance.
A Popular and Chic Look for Women of All Ages.
This has positives for pretty much any facial shape. Shortens a long forehead, narrows round faces, highlights the cheekbones while adding slenderness to the neck and chin. Drawing attention away from any problems in the central areas like eyes, nose, and mouth. Bonus, this grows out and develops into a beautiful lob, perfect for those who are too busy to maintain short locks. At the longer length, some waves give a completely new vibe.
Easy to Wear and Absolutely Adorable.
This takes no time at all to style each day. Blow-dry with a little straightening product and a round brush and you're ready to go! Neat and clean which is perfect for the professional parent whose morning is like running a triathlon. This way you can still look clean, beautiful and professional without spending thirty minutes on your hair. Spice up the cut with a blend of highlights and lowlights, or with a bold new color. Staying natural works too.
Playful, Fashion-Forward, and Brave.
This asymmetrical cut is perfect if you're looking for something a bit different, but less different than going pastel pink. Feminine and chic, you could wear this on the red carpet, at a black tie event, or to class. There is nothing as rewarding as taking risks with your style and loving the end result. If for some reason you don't like the end result you can get your stylist to even it out.
A Punk Hairstyle that is Undeniably Fun and Easier to Maintain than many of that Genre.
The fun factor comes from the short length and the edgy vibes that the unevenness and spikes exude. Wash-and-wear is easy for women in any lifestyle or part of the world. Lightens up and draws attention to all the facial features because no strands frame the face. As such, this style is more suitable for women with heart or oval face shapes, wider face shapes would tend to look even wider and the lack of bangs exposes the forehead making long faces seem longer.
Popularized by Audrey Hepburn and the gorgeous Twiggy.
This timeless short haircut with sleek bangs draws attention to your face and elongates the neck. It looks adorable dressed up or dressed down, bare faced or made up. It's chic and an absolute classic. Throw on a beaded dress, headband, and feather and you're ready for a Gatsby party! Flawless for any occasion! Due to the shorter length, pixie cuts don't take extra styling time out of your already busy schedule. Many even take less time than you're used to if you are coming from longer hair.