What is the Best Haircut for my Face Shape?

How does the length of your face look?

What is the width of your face?

Which is the widest part of your face?

How does your chin look?

Do you follow trends?

What type of hair cuts do you like?

How much time are you willing to spend on your hair on a daily basis?

Do you use any hair styling products?

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What is the Best Haircut for my Face Shape?
What you should go for?

Since round faces have little in the way of natural angles, you need to create the illusion of structure with your hair. A style with height on the top that’s taken tight at the sides such as a pompadour or a flat top works well to add structure. Avoid front fringed and opt for undercut, faux hawk with shorter sides, quiff and fringe up.
What you should go for?


Our analysis shows you have an Oval Face. Seen as the ideal face shape for women, an oval may not be the most ideal of face shapes for men. Symmetrical and well-proportioned, an oval face shape does pretty much any hairstyle justice, so you lucky boy, the choice is very much yours.

You can opt for pushed back with long length, side part with short length, fringe up and undercut. However, there are a couple of things that you need to keep in mind before going in for a haircut.

Style your hair away from the forehead to create some volume and angles on top. You can go for a classic shorter cut: short on the side and slightly longer on the top, with a side-swept parting.

Avoid a forward fringe because too much volume on the forehead softens features and increases ovalness of the face.
What you should go for?


Our analysis shows you have a Triangular Face due to its narrow forehead and wide jawline..
A style with volume is key to every look. Longer, nose length haircuts with fuller sides add depth. Opt for fringe up, side part, and side fringe or bangs
What you should go for?


Our analysis shows you have a Rectangular Face. The longest of the face shapes, a rectangular face falls somewhere between an oval and a square, but requires a subtly tweaked hairstyle to ensure the face doesn’t appear even longer than it is.

It is important to avoid taking the sides too short if keeping length on the top, as this would only accentuate the length of the face. Try a well-proportioned style that doesn’t take the sides too short or leave too much length on top.

You can opt for pushed back with side parted, buzz cut, side fringe fringe up cuts.
What you should go for?


Our analysis shows you have a Heart Face. Wide at the temples and hairline, gradually narrowing to a point at the chin, the heart face shape benefits from a few optical illusions to make it appear better proportioned.

Avoid cuts that are very tight, as these will accentuate the narrowness of the chin and the width of the forehead. A mid-length swept look is the safest bet. Mid-length and longer styles that are kept reasonably thin and light soften the heart shape’s strong forehead. Or else you can opt for pushed back, side parting, long fringes and undercut.
What you should go for?


Our analysis shows you have a Diamond Face. Narrow in the chin and brow, with width in the cheeks, the diamond is one of the rarer face shapes.

You should go for hairstyles that add width at the forehead and chin area. Fringes work well to add texture to the forehead, while longer styles that can be tucked behind the ears are great for accentuating a diamond shaped bone structure. Don’t go for cuts having their as it will only make your ears look bigger. Softer lines and layers are better for this face shape, working to soften its natural angles. Try a side sweep or deep side-parting.

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How does the length of your face look?

What is the width of your face?

Which is the widest part of your face?

How does your chin look?

Do you follow trends?

What type of hair cuts do you like?

How much time are you willing to spend on your hair on a daily basis?

Do you use any hair styling products?

Did you like the quiz?

What is the Best Haircut for my Face Shape?
What you should go for?

Since round faces have little in the way of natural angles, you need to create the illusion of structure with your hair. A style with height on the top that’s taken tight at the sides such as a pompadour or a flat top works well to add structure. Avoid front fringed and opt for undercut, faux hawk with shorter sides, quiff and fringe up.
What you should go for?


Our analysis shows you have an Oval Face. Seen as the ideal face shape for women, an oval may not be the most ideal of face shapes for men. Symmetrical and well-proportioned, an oval face shape does pretty much any hairstyle justice, so you lucky boy, the choice is very much yours.

You can opt for pushed back with long length, side part with short length, fringe up and undercut. However, there are a couple of things that you need to keep in mind before going in for a haircut.

Style your hair away from the forehead to create some volume and angles on top. You can go for a classic shorter cut: short on the side and slightly longer on the top, with a side-swept parting.

Avoid a forward fringe because too much volume on the forehead softens features and increases ovalness of the face.
What you should go for?


Our analysis shows you have a Triangular Face due to its narrow forehead and wide jawline..
A style with volume is key to every look. Longer, nose length haircuts with fuller sides add depth. Opt for fringe up, side part, and side fringe or bangs
What you should go for?


Our analysis shows you have a Rectangular Face. The longest of the face shapes, a rectangular face falls somewhere between an oval and a square, but requires a subtly tweaked hairstyle to ensure the face doesn’t appear even longer than it is.

It is important to avoid taking the sides too short if keeping length on the top, as this would only accentuate the length of the face. Try a well-proportioned style that doesn’t take the sides too short or leave too much length on top.

You can opt for pushed back with side parted, buzz cut, side fringe fringe up cuts.
What you should go for?


Our analysis shows you have a Heart Face. Wide at the temples and hairline, gradually narrowing to a point at the chin, the heart face shape benefits from a few optical illusions to make it appear better proportioned.

Avoid cuts that are very tight, as these will accentuate the narrowness of the chin and the width of the forehead. A mid-length swept look is the safest bet. Mid-length and longer styles that are kept reasonably thin and light soften the heart shape’s strong forehead. Or else you can opt for pushed back, side parting, long fringes and undercut.
What you should go for?


Our analysis shows you have a Diamond Face. Narrow in the chin and brow, with width in the cheeks, the diamond is one of the rarer face shapes.

You should go for hairstyles that add width at the forehead and chin area. Fringes work well to add texture to the forehead, while longer styles that can be tucked behind the ears are great for accentuating a diamond shaped bone structure. Don’t go for cuts having their as it will only make your ears look bigger. Softer lines and layers are better for this face shape, working to soften its natural angles. Try a side sweep or deep side-parting.

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