Face shapes and hairstyles are a tricky topic this video shows you how to find your face shape among the 6 main face shapes, with an easy test method then i describe each shape (oval, square, round, heart, diamond and long) and how to recognize it.
Round face shapes like selena gomez's are widest in the center, and are narrow at the top and bottom the distance from the top of the forehead to the bottom of the chin is the same as from ear to ear, says dr waldorf.
Compare your stats to the profiles below to see which best describes your face shape oval: face length is greater than the width of the cheekbones, and forehead is greater than the jawline the angle of the jaw is rounded rather than sharp square: all measurements are fairly similar the angle of the jaw is sharp rather than rounded rectangle/oblong: face length is the greatest measurement forehead, cheekbones, and jawline are similar in size.
To determine your face shape, start by getting familiar with the basic shape categories identify your face shape with a few measurements, and use your new-found knowledge to help you pick hairstyles, makeup styles, and accessories that flatter your face. Because just like the shape of your body - what you wear with your face shape can visually alter the silhouette of it or the shape and size of your facial features so by understanding the shape and proportions of your face you'll be able to bring out the features you love and downplay the rest.
Your face swap helps determine which hair a bear styles work best for you learn how to measure your face to make the most out of your style. Knowing which shape your face is can help you choose a haircut and style that is the most flattering on you measure your face to figure out which face shape you have, you'll need a ruler or a tape measure.
For today’s post, i’ve created a guide that should help you find your real face shape and in my next few posts, i’m going to be talking about what to do with each one i really hope this helps and please keep in mind that it’s very common to fall into more than one face shape family.