If you have
an egg-shaped face shape, stop for a minute and congratulate yourself. You've
landed the most versatile face shape. You may wear virtually any hairdo. So
what are the best hairdos for egg-shaped faces?
Regardless the length of your cut, you will look
finest with layers close to your cheekbones, lips or chin; fundamentally
whatever feature you wish to highlight. Jennifer's Aniston's haircut looks
amazing on an egg-shaped face. The long layers hit at the cheeks and the chin.
The hair is
longer in the back and shorter in the front so it does not weigh down Aniston's
face. If you're petite, you need to prevent super long hair in the front as you
run a risk looking like you're eleven years old.
As so many styles work for you, bear in mind these
rules for coming up with the perfect hairdo for your personality and hair texture:
Rule 1: Stay
away from dated hairdos. If you have not altered your style in 10 years,
discover a fresh photo and get your hair cut. A foul hairdo may age you by many
years (some celebrities prove my theory).
Rule 2: Do
not fight your natural hair texture. You may straighten out curly hair, but it
takes time and cash. Why not invest in a great haircut for your curly hair as
If you have hyper
thin hair, do not try to grow your hair past your shoulders without the help of
extensions, your hair will be dead and flat, regardless how much product you
place in it. As an alternative, cut in layers and keep the length above your
shoulders. Discover inspiration in shoulder-length hairdos.
Rule 3: If
you're offbeat, get a funky hair cut and color. If you're a crazy busy mother,
cut your hair so it's fashionable, yet does not require a quarter-hour a day of
styling. Make certain your hairdo suits your personality and your life-style.