The Best Haircut for Your Face Shape

Diamond Face Shape: Sleek Bob

A chin-length bob, such to the one that Tessa Thompson wears, may assist to create harmony and style by widening the appearance of the jaw a salon located in New York City.

Diamond Face Shape: Voluminous Waves

Cattide recommends a medium-length cut with a deep side part like Jennifer Lopez's to balance a diamond facial shape. Style by parting your hair further on one side and straightening, curling, or tousling.

Diamond Face Shape: Long, Soft Waves

Megan Fox's long waves or curls separated down the center may soften your look. "Important characteristics of this shape are wide cheekbones and a narrow forehead and jawline

Round Face Shape: Choppy Pixie

Round faces may have short hair. Celebrity hairdresser Garren advises "if you're going short, go short all the way."

Round Face Shape: Layered Lob

It works here because she's chosen a side part, so it gives the eye something to follow," explains Honey Artists hairdresser Michael Lollo.

Round Face Shape: Long, Wavy Layers

Your hair may seem thicker with ease if follow Gemma Chan's long, wavy layering style. A scattering of light layers on the bottom gives structure and framing around the face while controlling volume.

Heart Face Shape: Long Pixie

Ronan Blanchard's long pixie with bangs complements her heart-shaped face. Choppy fringe and lengthy sideburns suit her. For her piece-y texture, use Verb Sculpting Clay ($20).