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Hair system hairstyles based on your face shape 2022

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While it’s natural to want a hairstyle that you think looks cool with your hair system, it’s also important that you choose one that is suitable for your face shape. Of course, for most, this is not something they really consider. However, choosing a hairstyle based on your face shape will go a long way in not only making your hair system for men look natural, but also improving your overall look and appearance. Continue reading to learn more about which hairstyles are suitable for your face shape.

If you have an oval shaped face

Now, if you have an oval shaped face, that means your jawline will be slightly narrower than at the temples. The end result is a subtle but rounded hairline.

Hairstyles to try:

  • Luckily for you, most hairstyles with a men’s toupee suit an oval shaped face.
  • You can also go for a classic slicked back look
  • Single-length cuts can also go with your face shape

Hairstyles to avoid:

  • With that said, try and avoid heavy bangs.
  • Forward-facing hairstyles which cover the hairline may not be so suitable.

If you have a round shaped face

If you have a round shaped face, you likely have a full looking face with a round chin as well as hairline. Is your face wider than it is long? You more than likely have a round face.

Hairstyles to try:

  • Look to wear shorter hairstyles that are generally swept back on your hair replacement system.
  • Hairstyles that part off the center of your scalp.
  • Hairstyles like spiky hair that have some height in the crown area.

Hairstyles to avoid:

  • Hairstyles that require parting at the center of your scalp.
  • Look to avoid straight “chopped” bangs or having fullness at your sides and bangs.

 

If you have a rectangular shaped face

You likely have a long, lengthy face that is longer than the width of your face. Speaking of width, the width of your forehead is likely the same as the width below your cheekbones. It’s also possible you have a square jaw and a high forehead.

Hairstyles to try:

  • Look to try hairstyles with short to medium lengths.
  • Aim for fullness at the sides so no fades.

Hairstyles to avoid:

  • Avoid very lengthy hairstyles.
  • Avoid fullness or height on top of your head such as spiky hair.
  • Hairstyles that part at the center.

If you have a heart shaped face

Is your face wide at the temples and hairline, and is it wider than your face is long? Do you have a small chin? It’s likely you have a heart shaped face.

Hairstyles to try:

  • You can get away with lengthier and longer hairstyles.
  • Hairstyles that part at the sides.

Hairstyles to avoid:

  • Avoid shorter hairstyles and grow your hair out!
  • Avoid hairstyles that bring focus to the upper portion of your face.
  • Look to get hairstyles that don’t have height in the crown area.
  • Slicked back hair.

If you have a triangle shaped face

Do you have a longer face than it is wide? Perhaps a dominant and strong jawline with cheekbones that are flat or not prominent? A narrow forehead or temple area? It’s possible you have a triangle shaped face.

Hairstyles to try:

  • Look to go with shorter hairstyles.
  • Hairstyles that part off the center.
  • Hairstyles that are full at the temple.

Hairstyles to avoid:

  • Lengthy hairstyles that draw attention to your jaw.
  • Hairstyles that part on the center.
  • Hairstyles with fullness or height at the front, top or crown areas.

If you have a diamond shaped face

If your face is longer than it is wide, your forehead and jawline share a similar width and you have pointy cheeks and a chin, you have a diamond face shape. 

Hairstyles to try:

  • Just like with an oval shaped face, many hairstyles suit a diamond shaped face!
  • Hairstyles that have weight towards the back of your head.
  • Short-length hairstyles.

Hairstyles to avoid:

  • Avoid long bangs.
  • Avoid hairstyles that hang over the face.
  • Hairstyles with too much height or fullness on the top, especially if it’s a short length.

If you have a square shaped face

If your face has equal length and width, your forehead and jawline are similar in width and you have a strong, squarish jawline, you have a square face shape. 

Hairstyles to try:

  • Look to try hairstyles with short to medium lengths.
  • Hairstyles that have fullness around the face
  • Hairstyles that part off the center.

Hairstyles to avoid:

  • Avoid long and lengthy hairstyles.
  • Hairstyles that part on the center.

Conclusion

 

This is just a general guide on hairstyles for your hair systems. It doesn’t necessarily mean that you can’t pull off a certain hairstyle based on your face shape. However, it can certainly help you choose the right hairstyle for your face if you’re new to hair systems.

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