Got long hair? Then great, long hair really suits a heart shaped face and can detract unwanted attention from your pointy chin. Long soft layers will soften your chin area as long as you keep the layers wispy and grazing your cheekbones.
If you have long, thick hair think Jennifer Aniston, her hair is always long and flowing but she knows exactly how to wear it to complement her face shape correctly.
Long side swept fringes are the perfect compliment to a long hair style and will high light your eyes and defined cheekbones.
Highlights are a simple way to add depth and multi-tones into long hair, if you feel you like your hairstyle the way it is but want to experiment with colour why not try some? Adding another tone to your hair colour will make it appear fuller and healthier.
Jennifer Garner is another perfect example of a celeb who knows how to wear her hair to compliment her face shape, her long soft waves add a feminine touch to her pointy jaw and side swept bangs make her eyes sparkle.
Long waves really suit a heart shape face. If you usually wear your hair poker straight then adding some natural waves will inject some body and fullness to your hair and really flatter your face shape.
Remember to keep on top of split and frazzled ends with long hair. Go for a hair cut every 4-6 weeks to get your ends trimmed. If you’re wondering how long is too long? Think anything over 4-5 inches below the chin, 4 inches is more than enough to look fabulous.
The Best Hair Style for Heart Shaped Faces
The best hair styles that will do wonders for you heart shaped faces enhancing those eyes and gorgeous cheek bones will include the following; Long soft layers, a soft side sweeping fringe, highlights/ low lights, long full waves and curls minus the frizz.
Obviously you can’t combine all these into one style but why not try mixing and matching, all of them will look stunning on your face.
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Just remember you need to create volume around the bottom of your face and soft and sleek at the top to balance out you face shape and show off your features!
Styles Heart Shaped Faces should Avoid
For you heart shaped faces you here are the basics that you should stay away from when trying to find the perfect style for you as they will do nothing for your face shape:
Full styles will emphasize the upper face will make you look top heavy. Too much height at the crown will give the appearance of a longer and narrower chin. Just remember if you have a heart shape face, you have great cheekbones and your aim should be to emphasize these!