Lucky oval! Your face is considered the ideal shape because it's perfectly balanced.

Any haircolor placement will work! Have fun and ask your stylist about attention-getting colors like bold red or copper. Rich chocolate shades and platinum blonde will also have you turning heads.

Most haircuts work well, but make sure to avoid disrupting your natural balance with a style that accentuates length.

Get the most mileage out of your salon blow-dry with powder refresh 01 aerosol hair powder/dry shampoo. Just mist on roots to absorb oil and freshen up hair.


Square faces have a strong shape and great bone structure! Your browbone, cheekbones and jawtend to have equal width, so adding softness through cut and color can downplay harsh angles and create a flattering look.

Go for highlights and lowlights! Ask your stylist to keep color deeper at the temples and place highlights at the cheekbones to add softness.

Keep your hair below your jaw or longer. Haircuts that stop at the jawline can make your face appear more squared-off. Stay away from cuts with strong lines, such as blunt bangs or a bob—they're just too angular. Instead, go for side-swept bangs, face-framing layers and romantic waves. Try wax blast 10 high impact finishing spray-wax to enhance waves and add tousled texture.


Triangular faces have a strong, distinctive jawline. You have more width in the lower part of your face, which can be easily balanced with cut and color techniques that draw attention away from the jaw.

It's all about drawing the eye upward! Keep color darker from the ears down, and go for highlights at the temples and fringe.

Been thinking about trying a short haircut? Go for it! Short cuts that add width at the crown and forehead are perfect for triangular faces.

Prefer long hair? Keep it below your jawline, and make sure you don't have excessive fullness by your chin. For example, avoid choppy jaw-length layers. Try a sleek style: Apply duo shield 07 color protecting gel-cream, then blow-dry hair smooth with a paddle brush


Rounder in shape, circular faces have all the right curves! Cut and color can help to elongate the face and make the the most of this shape.

Try sun-kissed highlights to flatter circular faces: Ask your stylist to add highlights above your forehead, and a darker shade at the cheeks and jawline.

Avoid chin-length cuts, blunt bangs and middle parts—they're too harsh and can add width. Go for softer styles with asymmetry: Side-swept bangs and a side part work beautifully, and so do choppy layers!

Adding height at the crown helps to create the illusion of length. Try guts 10 root-targeted volume spray foam for long-lasting lift.


Diamond faces are angular, with cheek-bones that are wider than your browbone and jawline. Cut and color can play up cheekbones and make your look sparkle!

Ask your stylist about highlights by the temples and jawline—your stylist can customize the placement to play up your cheekbones and create your best shape.

Necklaces are a must-have accessory for diamond-shaped faces! Try layered styles to accentuate your neckline or chokers to frame your face.

High collars also frame diamond-shaped faces beautifully. Pair with small drop earrings or studs for a balanced look.


Oblong faces have consistent width, which can make them appear even longer. Cut and color can add balance and enhance the beauty of this elegant face shape!

Ask your stylist for color that's darker at the hairline and lighter from the temples to jaw area. It creates the illusion of roundness, which is a good thing for oblong faces!

Keep hair full at the sides, with minimum height on top. Face-framing layers work beautifully. Use fashion work 12 versatile working spray to keep layers under control and add satin-matte shine.

Skip middle parts and say yes to bangs—they're a great option to help diminish length!