Diamond face shape
The diamond face is the dream of many, and I’m exactly one of those.
The shape is defined by prominent cheekbones and quite narrow forehead and chin.
In order to stress on this characteristic, my advice is to have some length onto the face to counterbalance the proportions or to opt for a slight fringe in order to reduce an excessive disproportion between the width of the forehead and the rest of the face.
Round face shape
To reduce the “balloon” effect of a round face, my advice is to keep your hair very short on the sides and to play with the tuft (never abuse with it). This will make the face looks longer.
Even a line on side of hair can give greater geometry to the face.
To avoid? Fringes or tufts covering the forehead.
Triangular shape face
The triangular face is characterized by rather narrow forehead and wide jawline.
This disproportion can be mitigated by opting for a cut with a slight fringe covering the forehead.
Square shape face
A face is “squared” when any part of the face (cheekbones, jawline and forehead) doesn’t predominates over the others.
The result is a very strong and masculine face.
If I had a face like this I would try to emphasize these traits even more by opting for a really short cut or even daring with a shaving.
If you don’t feel confident with this shape face I suggest you to opt for quite long hair. Hair must look very natural (no straight hair, please).
Oblong face shape
The oblong face is similar but longer than the oval one.
My advice is to pay attention to the length of the hair on the sides and its proportion with the tuft.
Too short hair on the sides would make the face looking longer.
In order to contrast this effect a tuft partially hiding the forehead can help to reduce the length of the face.
Oval shape face
The perfect face shape should be oval so I would recommend to those lucky guys born with the “perfect” face to experiment, experiment and experiment again.