Hair Style For: ROUND FACE
The Cut: A gamine with spiky layers sliced all around the crown like Ginnifer Goodwin's chop.

Why It Works?:
"If you're going to go short, go short all the way," says legendary celebrity hairstylist Garren. Unlike a jaw-hugging bob, this petite pixie downplays roundness in a big way. The choppy pieces up top add height, lengthen your face and emphasize your eyes.

Expert Tip: This length is a cinch to style for straight, wavy and fine hair, but steer clear of it if you have curls-think poodle.

To Style:
Styling short locks is easy with the Eva NYC Mini Healthy Heat Ceramic Flat Iron ($30). Because of its miniature size, you can actually grasp your shortest strands to totally transform your pixie.

Hairstyle Varies From Cuts To Shades

Hair Style For: HEART FACE
The Cut: A coy pixie that’s clipped evenly on the sides and nape with short layers on top.

Why It Works?:
Halle Berry’s tousled cut is dynamic enough to cancel out a pronounced jawline, while the choppy layers break up a wide forehead.

Expert Tip: Corkscrew curls and cropped hair don’t mix. To avoid a top-heavy effect that will exaggerate your chin, dense strands need to be sliced into

To Style:
To extend the life of your whispy pixie 'do, try Living Proof Prime Style Extender. It's weightless so that your strands stay upright and ensures your style will last up to two times longer.

Everybody seems to want to look at his or her best all the time as possible. To be great looking, you certainly do not have to go to the beauty parlor everyday, or have a plastic surgery procedure. You can do a lot already with your hairstyle, for your hair is indeed your crowning glory. A hairstyle that suits your face, your complexion and your personality is definitely attractive. A haircut that looks good on you will naturally complement whatever dresses you will wear and is sure to exude a mysterious aura in you, at any time of the day.

However, getting that perfect cut needs to be given a little bit of attention. In choosing the most alluring hairstyle, it is best to consider your hair type, your color complexion, and of course, the shape of your pretty face. Also, consider the type of hair you have, to avoid too much time on it. Get the cut that your hair will suitably sport. This simply means that thin and refined hair strands look better if cut short and with interesting bangs. Such hairstyle do needs a touch of blow-drying and nothing else. So, it is not so much of a hassle.

However, if you prefer to have a long hair with curls out of your thin strands, you certainly will need hair products to achieve the desired outcome. Hair sprays and heat stylers also will be important factors to last that curling effect. But if you naturally have that wavy thick hair, you can have it either long or short and can conveniently dry it out without even the help of a blow dryer.

Hair Style For: LONG/OVAL Face
The Cut: A blunt bob with minimal, subtle layers.

Why It Works?:
"This face shape is the easiest to carry off any kind of haircut," says Tollo. Go for a strong lob with a little bit of face-framing like Rihanna.

Expert Tip: Pick your go-to, everyday hairstyle based on your natural hair part. That can be your guiding factor.

To Style:
Because this cut is blunt by nature, play up your natural texture in the styling and stick with a center part.

Meanwhile, when it comes to hair color to match your hairstyle, your complexion is the dominant factor for consideration. Typically, older women opt for lighter shades, but this does not work true for women with pale complexions. Older women with paler complexions must go for the brunette shades or darker shades for a younger look. On the other hand, any woman with light complexion looks great in auburn colored hair. Women flaunting darker complexions are lucky to have wide arrays of selections for their hair shades, for they can look beautiful in almost any color, including burgundy, blond, and brown highlighted with red.

Again, facial shape is a big plus in deciding your hairstyle. If you are uncertain on what style you are getting, try pulling your hair back and look what shape your face is. Do you have a captivating heart-shaped face, or diamond shape, triangular, or fascinating square-shaped? Triangular faces are befitting for short hairstyles, and oval shaped looks wonderful with any cuts. Diamond shapes usually look attractive with chin length hairstyle, while a woman blessed with a heart-shaped face will certainly look radiant in soft chin-length cut adorned with curls.

Still undecided what will look best on you? What do you have? A charming square-shaped face, layers will look good on you, the kind that thinned out from short to middle length cut. You can part it on the sides with curving layers surrounding your face to remove the square-like quality of your face. Do not go for short cuts that are leveled just above your chin for this will only accentuate your jaw line.

Furthermore, round-faced women got to have longer hairstyles. Best choices will be razor cuts or graduated layers, as these make the face looks longer. With flat tresses and height on the ears sides yield a better look. And whatever hairstyle you chose, do not part in the center, as this defines the contour of your round face.

If you are still undecided and confused as to what hairstyle looks excellent on you, you can always flip through the pages of hairstyle magazines, or browse online for more help and ideas. You may even go to your favorite salon and discuss what cut is best for you. Hairdressers will sure be glad to assist you and offer some tips, as these people are given the authority to judge what will look great on you.

Hair Style For: SQUARE Face
The Cut: A short layered bob with subtle bangs.

Why It Works?:
Cameron Diaz's cut brings the focus higher and puts the emphasis on your cheekbones, rather than your jaw.

Expert Tip: Dense strands could puff out at this length, so be sure to tame any frizzy pieces with a quick pass of a flat iron.

To Style:
Here, Diaz kept her short hairstyle and cut fairly au naturel and maintenance free—except for her platinum color. To subtly touch up roots from home—witthout having to see a colorist—try Madison Reed Root Touch Up
Tips #1: Avoid Cuts With Sharp Edges On The Top And Sides
You can have almost any style you want, but you want to avoid sharp, angled cuts, especially those that land at ear level. Instead, choose something shorter than your ears, or something that extends past your ears.

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