Wednesday, August 19, 2009


Reverse of the heart-shape . . . a dominant jaw line with narrowing at the cheek bone and temples.
Shorter hair that balances prominent jaw line. Styles that are full at the temples and taper at the jaw are perfect for triangular shapes. Off center parts, wedges and shags look great on you, too. You need lots of layers to achieve fullness through the upper part of your face. By wearing styles which are full at the temples and taper at the jaw line, you achieve a balance that can be striking in accenting features otherwise understated. Try tucking hair behind your ears, as this will draw attention to your eyes and add the illusion of width in this area.
Long, full hair styles that draw attention to jaw line. Center parts—off-center is more flattering to triangular shaped faces.
Stay away from styles with too much height at the crown. You also want to avoid putting most of the weight of a haircut at the jaw line and below. This will give the appearance of added weight to the face.
If going with long hair, it should be kept tight at the nape.
Click on the name to see a picture of a celebrity with triangular shaped face:
Kathy Ireland

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