Straight Hair, Square Face
A shoulder-length cut with layers from chin to collarbone softens a strong jaw; sideswept bangs minimize a wide forehead.
Straight Hair, Heart Face
Try a pixie to play up your eyes and cheekbones. Or a blunt lob (long bob) with a few long layers.
Straight Hair, Oval Face
Layers that start just below the eyes will make your face look fuller. Avoid all-one-length long hair.
Wavy or Curly Hair, Round Face
Length can be midneck to midback, but always get long layers to counteract a pyramid effect; a deep side part emphasizes bone structure.
Wavy or Curly Hair, Square Face
Try a shoulder-length cut with layers angled from ears to ends; add bounce with a few shorter layers that fall over your forehead.