Hairstyles for Heart-Shaped faces
Choose a style that will create volume around the bottom of your face. But whatever your hair type, don't have your hair too long. Four inches below your shoulders is ample.
Thick, long hair? Ask for soft layers to soften your chin area - keep the layers cut as close to your jaw line as possible so that they can fall on to your face.
Long, curly locks will look fantastic on a heart-shaped face if you keep them soft and loose.
Ask your hairdresser to cut them round so that they lightly fall on to your face then use a serum like The Body Shop smooth over serum, £4, to keep them frizz-free.
A short bob shape is a safe and sexy style. This works best on curly or wavy hair, just don't let it grow any longer than your jaw line. Insist on a choppy cut around your chin - not a thick, blunt, bush of locks.
Fringe options: A shorter, wispy fringe is low-key but will look gorgeous, especially if your hair is quite thick. A blunt fringe is really dramatic and will work well on all hair.
Colour you sexy: Highlight hair above the ears to widen your face and low light above.
Short, full styles that emphasize upper face. Height at the crown. Severe, slicked back looks. If you are a dramatic heart shape, the short full styles with tapered necklines which emphasize the upper face will make you look top heavy. Too much height at the crown will give the appearance of a longer and narrower chin. Just remember if you have a dramatic heart shape face, you have great cheekbones to emphasize! Don't miss the boat by getting a cut which is to top heavy.
Other Heart face celebrities include:
Michelle Pfeiffer, Ashley Judd, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Claudia Schiffer, Emmanuaell Beart, Juliette Binoche, Lucy Lawless, Naomi Campbell
This is a sensational cut for a heart shaped face. Feminine and ultra stylish, the deep side swept fringe covers the wider forehead (main feature of a heart shaped face) drawing attention down towards the eye, whilst the tapered jaw length cut keeps the shape looking balanced.
This pixie is almost owned by a heart shaped face. The style is absolutely perfect to highlight cheek bones, compliment the sharp jaw line and draw attention away from the wider forehead and down towards the models striking eyes.
Bouffant bob hairstyles have reappeared throughout the decades and become an all time iconic and classic hairstyle. The heavy, glossy, curved fringe that hits the arch of the brow works brilliantly on a heart shaped face and the jaw length cut balances perfectly.
This luxurious, rich auburn hair is absolutely head turning. A deep centre parting with long layered bangs that fall around the face and big soft curls draw attention away from the heavy forehead and sharp chin. Hair envy!
A slightly graduated short bob with a heavy brow skimming fringe is an instant success for those with heart shaped faces. This style absolutely enhances the cheek bones and draws the attention away from the top heavy face shape and towards the eyes.
Long, tousled hair suits every face shape but combined with a super smooth, heavy brow skimming fringe it is beautiful on a heart shaped face. The models hair falls softly around her most stunning features and accentuates them.
The side swept pixie is perfect for a heart shaped face, it reduces the severity of a broader forehead and the soft, short wispy pieces highlight the cheek bones and eyes. A key statement style for those with a heart shaped face.
Texturized, tapered and with a blunt, brow skimming fringe this is another bob hairstyle that works for a heart shaped face. Worn super smooth and skinny or with volume and texture this is a ultra sophisticated and low maintenance hairstyle.
An ultra modern, super stylish, elegant short hairstyle that uses a heavy fringe to detract from a broad forehead and clever wisps of hair to draw attention towards amazingly high cheek bones. This style perfectly balances the face.
A longer super shinny, graduated bob combined with a full fringe is particularly flattering for heart shaped faces. The face shape is balanced, attention is drawn towards the models most flattering features and away from her sharp jaw line and heavy forehead.
This style works to show off the most beautiful features of a heart shaped face, a slightly side swept fringe takes the eyes away from the forehead and the short style enhances the bone structure.
A super stylish, effortless short hairstyle that detracts from the wider forehead and compliments the sharp jaw line. Creamy blonde colour keeps the hairstyle current and ensures a sophisticated statement is made.
A side swept, long slung chignon is striking. With an element of old school Hollywood Glamour and an elegant and sophisticated feel this is a perfect red carpet hairdo for the heart shaped face.
Wow! This look is for movie stars. The curls and the sleek sideswept bangs are absolutely the perfect combination to frame the heart shaped face. The models face looks balanced and all her beautiful features are exposed. Stunning hair statement style!
Old school glamour, retro waves, sleek and deep side parting. What a look! Elegant and utterly face framing, you can see how the side swept fringe totally detracts from the heavy forehead, the deep retro waves add weight around the jaw line and the soft falling layers around one side of the face absolutely accentuate the eye and high cheek bones.
There has been a significant shift from simple effortless braids worn at festivals towards delicate and intricate braiding that will work red carpet and is the perfect compliment to any evening gown. This soft, textured and undone braiding sits across the forehead as though it has almost been made to enhance the models heart shaped face. Loose wispy hair that falls across the face keeps the style ultra feminine and sophisticated.
An effortless, low key bob with body and movement is great for a heart shaped face. Keep the hair structure soft and gentle and allow it to flatter by falling on to your face creating a variety of different angles. Effortlessly chic style statement!
Kim Kardashian is the queen of the heart shaped face with her wider forehead and cheek bones that lead in to a narrower jaw line . There is no doubt that Kim knows how to work her assets and here she uses her long glossy locks to enhance her bone structure by softly and delicately framing her face. Her hair on this occasion is drawn toward the side which instantly takes the eye away from her wider forehead.
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