HairHow to Find a Wedding Hairstyle For Your Face Shape
  • Oval Face, Hair Up. Lucky for you oval ladies, you can get away with pretty much any look you'd like, so why not sweep back your hair and let your perfectly proportionate face shine bright like a diamond!

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    Photo: Stylecaster Pictures / Image via The Beauty Model
  • Oval Face, Hair Down. Soft feminine waves and a center part look gorgeous on an oval face. Here's a tip: curl your face framing pieces away from the face to keep the cheekbones exposed, which will prevent your face from appearing narrow. 

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    Photo: Stylecaster Pictures / Image via Salon Success
  • Round Face, Hair Up. A sleek, side parted ponytail is elegant and classy for your special day. Your high cheekbones will thank you. 

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    Photo: Stylecaster Pictures / Image via The Bottom Of The Ironing Basket
  • Round Face, Hair Down. A deep side part alters the focal point of the length of the face, creating a more angular, oval looking shape. Add some wave for extra glamour!

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    Photo: Stylecaster Pictures / Image via Barf Face of the Ball
  • Heart Shaped Face, Hair Up. A slightly off-center part paired with braids is a fantastic way to open up the face.

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    Photo: Stylecaster Pictures / Image via Hairstyles Weekly
  • Heart Shaped Face, Hair Down. Women with heart shaped faces could benefit from a hairstyle that fills the area around the chin, like this texturized bob.

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    Photo: Stylecaster Pictures / Image via Beauty Hill
  • Square Face, Hair Up. A soft and romantic low bun like this one will take attention away from any harsh corners of the face.

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    Photo: Stylecaster Pictures / Image via Become Gorgeous
  • Square Face, Hair Down. Long, straight strands will soften any harsh angles and a center part will open up the face, taking attention away from a strong jawline. 

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    Photo: Stylecaster Pictures / Image via Hair Style Solutions
  • Long Face, Hair Up. A classic topknot is a great look for a long face. Position the bun at the upper back part of the head to avoid adding any additional length to your shape. 

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    Photo: Stylecaster Pictures / Image via Lady Lux
  • Long Face, Hair Down. Long side-sweeping curls are not only gorgeous, but they will add roundness and width to the face. Another tip to add width to a long face is to expose those ears! Tucking your hair behind your ear will give you extra width and will help expose your enviable cheekbones. 

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    Photo: Stylecaster Pictures / Image via Percy Handmade

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How to Find a Wedding Hairstyle For Your Face Shape




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