Sprig Fever has a way of inspiring creativity and agitating a need for change, especially when it lingers in it’s approach. Perhaps you are feeling the urgency to make a transformation with your hair. Before you do, consider these five factors:
1. Your hairstyle should compliment your facial shape.
If your are feeling creative and are ready for a change, there are some crucial rules to follow in order to not be disappointed. Like creating flattering fashion with clothing lines, the way your hair frames your face will either compliment your beauty or compete with it.
In general: any line that accentuates your beauty, or disguises a challenge is a flattering line. If it draws attention to the challenge or flaw, it is a negative line. Oval (balanced, even, proportionate) Could be any Img.ID Can wear pretty much any style. Oblong (long, narrow, balanced) Could be any Img.ID Styles with fullness in crown and sides. Asymmetrical or symmetrical styles are good. Bangs are optional. Square (wide, angular jaw and forehead) Natural, Dramatic, Gamine Asymmetrical and side parts or side-swept bangs are good choices. Diamond (narrow chin, brow; wide cheeks) Natural, Dramatic, Gamine Asymmetrical and side parts are good. Bangs are not. Heart (wide forehead, narrow chin, often widow’s peak hairline) Ingénue, Romantic Asymmetrical or symmetrical styles with fullness at chin and neck are good; bangs are optional. Avoid too much fullness at crown. Round (balanced, fullest at cheeks) Natural, Ingénue, Romantic, Gamine Asymmetrical or uneven styles with fullness at the crown. Pear (widest at jaw, narrow forehead) Natural, Dramatic, Ingénue, Romantic, Gamine Balanced or asymmetrical styles that are fullest at and above ears; avoid fullness below cheeks. Slight or full bangs are a good option.
2. Your hairstyle should work well with your hair texture. Continue reading 5 Factors for Finding your Best Hairstyle