December 3, 2015

Star Tips For Choosing The Perfect Hairstyle

The change of seasons often brings about a desire to change up our hair and try something new. if you’re unsure about what style to get, or have a style in mind but you’re unsure you can pull it off, here are some tips on choosing the right look for you.

Renee Zellweger’s Choppy Bob

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American actress Renee Zellweger is recognised internationally for her cute, baby face and choppy bob. The choppy bob is a great haircut if you have more rounded contours to your face. Asymmetrical styles, which are cuts in a variety of lengths, as well as longer layers, defined pixie cuts and angled bobs, will also complement a round face shape.


Taylor Swift’s Blunt Bangs

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Singer Taylor Swift, America’s sweetheart, is often seen sporting blunt bangs, to break up her longer face and make it appear wider. If you have an oval face and are after a new haircut, blunt bangs are a fabulous look for you. Centre parts, layered bobs with bangs on the sides and edgier shorter cuts also flatter oval face shapes.


Keira Knightley’s Tapered Bob

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A tapered bob is the “go-to”style for English actress Keira Knightley, adding femininity to her square jawline. This look instantly softens angular contours, and will enhance your features if you have a squarer profile. Other haircuts that look fabulous on a square face shape are the tousled shag, long and straight styles, and wavy ends.


Zoe Saldana’s Bouncy Bob

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The bouncy bob is a signature style for American actress Zoe Saldana, who often has her bob curled into large waves, to add fullness to her heart shaped face. If you have a heart shaped face, similar to the actress, you will also look great with a bouncy bob, which takes the focus away from your more pointed chin. Heart shaped faces also look stunning with a deep side part, as well as longer layered waves and pixie cuts with side bangs tucked behind the ears.


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