Your face is wide at the forehead, with high cheek-bones, tapering to a narrow chin and slightly longer than wide.
The only difference between the heart and inverted triangle face shape is that a heart shape face has a widow's peak.
...To make your forehead appear narrower and add width at your jaw-line and chin.
Hairstyles that are close to your face above your ears, with soft lines partially covering your ears
A soft style with light bangs (fringe) covering your forehead
Soft waves and curly styles
Styles that add volume at the jaw-line
Pulling your hair back off your forehead
Styles that are full at the temples
Straight bangs (fringe)
Too much height on top of your head
A low side parting
The best glasses for your face shape are...
Frames that add width below your eyeline
Round or oval frames with soft curves or an upward sweep
Light to medium colored frames and rimless styles
Look for hats with a prominent crown to make your forehead appear narrower
Wear a hat on an angle
Apply a slightly darker shade of foundation at the temples to make your forehead appear narrower
Apply a light shade of foundation on either side of the jaw-line to make your jaw-line appear wider
Apply blush to the apple (ball) of your cheek and blend towards the center of your ear
I know many of you need help with accessorizing...
This is the ebook I now recommend to all my clients to answer these questions and more. See my review of The Finishing Touch ebook to find out why.
These famous people have your shape face...
The Dixie Chicks' Natalie Maines
I'll put links here to readers with this face shape
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