Wedding Hairstyles According to Your Face Shape!
Your look isn't complete without the wedding hairstyle to compliment your choice of glamorous or natural makeup style! One thing to consider when looking at wedding hairstyles is your face's shape whether it's oval, round, square, or heart shaped.
Before you start looking at the hundreds and thousands of beautiful hairstyles, pull your hair back and look straight forward into the mirror. Take an eye brow pencil or a settle lip liner , trace the outline of your face on the mirror. When your done evaluate the shape you have drawn and the shape you've drawn on the mirror closely resembles is your face's shape. From then you can decide what hairstyles fit best on you!
Oval faces are longer than they are wide. This face shape goes well with most wedding hairstyles whether its a complicated up do or soft, cascading curls. Pulling your hair back brings more attention to your face as well as making it seem less narrow. AVOID wedding up-do's that pile your hair up at the top of your head; these will make your face look longer.
Round faces are more or less equal in length and width. High wedding Up-do's that add height to the crown and wisps of hair framing the face look great with this shape. Or if you prefer to wear your hair down, consider long or wavy tresses, both of which hide cheekbones and lengthen the face. also try an off-center part, or side-swept bangs.
Square faces are usually characterized by sharp jaw lines. To soften these lines, choose a wedding hairstyle that frames your face with wisps of hair. Or you may opt for romantic curls or waves that will divert attention from your jaw. Parting your hair on the side can also make your face look less angular.
Heart Shaped faces usually have broad foreheads and narrow jawlines, so they look best with wispy bangs, or with hair framing the face. a half -up, half-down wedding hairstyle would work well with this face shape. Also remember to balance the narrow jawline with fullness at the ends of the hair. Pulling the hair back will only highlight the broadness of your forehead.