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There are several things you must know about yourself before you get a new hairstyle. One of the most important things of haircut suitability knows your face shape. A universal rule that applies to face shape balancing is that you should try to attain an oval shape, which is the most perfect and pleasing shape to the human eyes. To do this, long faces need shortening, just as wide faces need lengthening.

There are seven distinctive shapes that all men’s faces can be categorized into. Within these shape is room for the full range of facial skin for all races. The good thing about being able to make these generalizations is that they provide guidelines for choosing the best hairstyles and others choices to make one look his best. Here, we see about the different types of men’s face shapes and how they relate to hairstyles.

Oval Face

Oval is measured to be the ideal face shape for anyone to have, male or female. Unfortunately, this is a relatively rare facial shape. When it comes to hairstyle, any style of any length can be worn out and will be pleasing to the face. This is one shape that is best left totally uncovered by hair, so avoiding heavy bang is the one rule of thumb for choose a hairstyle.

Square Face

Square faces are marked by the chin line and the hairline on the brow forming a square. Facial skin is often sharp, almost chiseled in look. On a man, this shape of face often makes him appear to be strong and completely virile. For the most part, choosing a hairstyle for square faces consists of finding ways to soften the edges. This is skillful by having the hair cut in layer in a manner that makes the face seem longer. Keep the bangs off the forehead and avoid styles that require parting in the center.

Oblong Face

An oblong face is similar to an oval except that it is lengthened out longer. Most hairstyles will work well with this facial type, but it is a good idea to decide a style that adds quantity to the sides of the face. A style that include bangs that just skim across the brows may be ideal. Any style with a full edging will help to maintain stability and add volume where it is needed. Medium length cuts will be easier to style in a manner that flatters this face.

Heart Face

A heart shaped face is wide at both the temple and hairline, investment its size pretty consistently to the cheekbones before tapering to a small chin. Hairstyles for this facial shape are typically longer, intended to add volume below the cheekbones. Most men should avoid short hairstyles that tend to highlight the upper part of the face. Slicked back styles are also a bad idea. For the most part, one wants to avoid the appearance of being top important by putting too much of the hair’s weight on the top.

Triangular Face

A triangular face is almost the reverse of a heart shaped face. Men with this facial shape have narrow foreheads and a wide jaw line. Hairstyles that are suitable to this facial shape seldom, if ever expand below the neckline. Styles that add width at forehead and temples and volume on top usually look best.

Diamond Face

Men with a diamond facial shape have famous, wide cheekbones and narrower foreheads and chins. Hairstyles should be selected that add width at the forehead and chin while narrowing the cheekbones. Avoid any cut that emphasize the ears, as this will make the face look wider than it is and may create the delusion that the ears stick out more from the side of the head than they do.

Round Face

Round face is the rarest of all facial shapes. It differs from an oval face in that all the lines and angle are round out. This is not to be puzzled with a fat face, but it is characterize by chubby cheeks and a soft, round chin.

Some men have a mixture face shape that seems to blend skin texture of two or more different typical shapes. This is very rare certainly. Men who have a face that does not conform to any one of the above facial patterns probably have mixture faces. Choosing a hairstyle should be done based on which individuality is most prominent in the face and which shape the faces most closely resemble. Look in the mirror or look at a photo of yourself that has the hair off your face and find the best match from the above pictures. It’s important to remember that even though your face may not be an exact match of any single shape, it will resemble one shape over all.

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