1. Face shapes
Based on these measurements, there are six kinds of face shapes;
•The Round face: the length is about the same as the width average. Generally, square styles will offset shape symmetry as will height or volume so it’s better to choose short hairstyles with shorter sides.
•The Oval face: the length is about 1.5 times longer than the width average. Anything goes for this group.
•The Oblong face: the length is more than 1.5 times longer than width average. Short and medium styles work
•The Square face: the length is about the same size as the width average but the jaw is considerably the widest part of the face. Short, tight styles will nicely accentuate bone structure for those with a square face.
•The Diamond face: the cheeks are the widest part of the face. Layered and high volume styles work for this group especially when a side swept bang is featured.
•The Triangle face: a significantly wider jaw compared to the forehead with a pointy chin. A mid-length style with an offset part will match this group.