If you’re buying a wig for the first time, it’s always good to find a style that fits the frame of your face in order to flatter your best features. Certain cuts and styles of wigs have the ability to accentuate the face in the worst way.
Juicy‘s put together a list that will help you match your face shape and those perfect styles. Check it out!
Oval-shaped faces have forehead and jaws that are the same width. You can wear any style since your features are proportioned. But avoid any hair that will cover over your face.
Round-shaped faces are short and broad. To make your face appear slimmer, add height to your hair. Also layers and side bangs are great for you. Avoid bringing hair closer to your cheeks or bangs that are too full because they will make your face appear rounder.
Square-shaped faces have stronger foreheads and angular jaw-lines. Go for short or medium length styles that have a round shape and this will soften the jawline. Also try sweeping side bangs and avoid heavy bangs.
Diamond-shaped faces have a narrow chin and forehead and wide cheekbones. Keep hair light around the cheek area and fuller at the ends. A long style with hair tucked behind the ears is best. Avoid styles with middle parts because your hair will add weight around your cheeks.
Heart-shaped faces have a wide forehead and cheekbones and pointed chin area. The best styles are textured cheek length or shoulder length hair with wispy layers. You should avoid any slick-backed short hairstyles and any straight across bangs.
Pear-shaped faces have wider jaws, cheekbones, and narrow hairlines. You need layered styles that will balance your jawline. Also shorter is better than longer for your face, but if you want to go longer, be sure to do a layered look.
Oblong-shaped faces are longer than they are wide so you don’t want styles that add height to your face. Also try straight across bangs with side parts and layered styles that have wavy and curly textures. Avoid middle parts and hair that won’t add width to your face.
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