When it comes to find an ideal hairstyle for you, there are many factors that should be taken under consideration like your hair type, trend of the moments and the effort that you’re willing to spend for styling your hair etc.
Here is something else to consider: which style will emphasize your best facial features while drawing attention away from the flaws you might have. Yes, your hair can do that. Below given are some hairstyles that will flatter prominent noses, larger foreheads, wide-set eyes and round cheeks.
A pinned-up bob “softens” a prominent nose
Draw the emphasis away from the face by starting with an overstated side part. Part your hair and with a flat iron curl it a bit. Flip over, shudder out the curls, and spray. Next, clip the top section of your hair to keep it in and pull the rest of the curls back into a low plait. Loosen the plait, and pin it under itself to make it look like a volumized bob. Allow the top section to fall forward, and spray to set in place.
A high pigtail with romantic tendrils elongates round cheeks
To begin with, straighten your hair and then pull it into a high ponytail, leaving the front section to frame your face.
Paper over the band with a braided extension or simply wrap some of your tendrils around the elastic and tie with bobby pins. Cap the style off by curling the small sections near the temple. The lovely side pieces will even out the width of your cheeks.
Tousles minimize a bigger forehead
Adding high volume tousles and plumpness to the lower part of your hair is an artistic yet easy way to downplay a larger forehead. Make a middle part and add some curls to it with your flat iron. Then after, roll it to the root, and clip it to set in place. Use a diffuser with hot air then apply cool air to set. Take the pins away, flip your head over and shake the curls out.