Bangs - an instant change of image, and easily fixable in case of failure. However, if you choose the right shape, you won't have to fix anything, so we open the notebooks and write down the topic of the lesson: "How to find a bang for your type of face." Let's repeat the basic principles that will help bring the proportions of the face closer to ideal.
You want a shape that visually lengthens the face. Long oblique bangs, reaching almost to the chin, will perfectly cope with this task. The oblique, torn short bangs to the eyebrows will also make the forehead visually higher. Another option for short bangs is with elongated edges. The smoother the middle and the more graphic the line, the better. Such angular bangs will sharpen the soft features of the face a little.
Avoid mid-face bangs - they will enlarge your already wide cheekbones. Too thin or long bangs from the top of the head are also a bad choice for you.
Square or rectangle
No geometric lines, thick ragged bangs combed to the side - ideal for those with a square or rectangular face. Long, bang-like strands pinned to the side will soften features and look elegant. You can watch how Olivia Wilde does it, who has tried all kinds of bangs.
Straight bangs of any length are contraindicated for this type of face.
This shape is the same as the "hourglass" in the types of figures - it is universal and suitable for the most daring experiments. If you have thick hair, try blunt bangs. If thin - long torn bangs. Also available to you is the baby bangs that are relevant in the summer season, but it is better not to combine it with long hair.
Avoid long, thick, even bangs below your eyebrows - it will hide your eyes and visually lengthen your face.
Girls with a high forehead and an elongated oval face are created for bangs. Thick, straight or slightly torn along the edges of the bangs to the eyebrows will make the face wider and balance its proportions. Long, thick bangs, brushed a little to the side, will soften the features.
Keep in mind that too short bangs or bangs to the chin, hanging on the sides in the form of a curtain, visually make the face even longer.
This word is used in relation to the face in two meanings. This is the name of the inverted triangle shape, like Scarlett Johansson, Reese Witherspoon or Carey Mulligan. Sometimes the word "heart" refers only to the hairline when it forms the letter V. The hairline does not affect the choice of bangs in any way, it all depends on the shape.
Faces in the form of an inverted rectangle will suit bangs in different styles. Long side or off-center will draw attention to the eyes and cheekbones. Thin straight bangs, laid casually on the side, will balance the upper and lower parts of the face. Ultra-short bangs with a pixie haircut are also ideal for the "heart" shape.
Avoid bangs that visually make the top heavier - long, thick, straight.
A narrow forehead, narrow chin and wide cheekbones, like Halle Berry's, need to be balanced and visually brought closer to the oval. Thick bangs - a "curtain" with a straight parting - will add volume to the upper part of the face. Cheekbone-length oblique bangs are fine if you don't have a narrow hairline, otherwise a receding hairline will form on one side of your forehead. Short messy hairstyles with slicked up bangs are also a great choice, as Halle Berry has shown us more than once.
Straight bangs of any length visually widen the cheekbones, so this shape is not for a diamond-shaped face.