Your face is broad and square at the jaw-line, tapering to a relatively narrow forehead.
If your jaw-line is rounded, rather than square, you have a pear face shape.
If you are male, you may have a chiselled looking face.
...To minimise your jaw-line and add width at your temples.
Styles that add a little height and width at the temples
Cover part or all of the ears
Keep hair close to the head at the jaw-line
Irregular layers and wispy styles
Long bangs (fringe) swept to the side
Full and fluffy bangs (fringe)
Adding width at the jaw-line
Hair close to the temples
Very short on top
For examples of hairstyles for your triangular face shape see this article on The Hairstyler website.
Your best styles have the following characteristics...
Frames that have design detail and color at the top of the frame
Frames that are heavy at the top
Frames with cat-eye or oval shapes
Frames slightly wider than your temples
See this page for more tips on choosing eyeglasses that suit you.
Any style that adds width at the forehead
Asymmetric brims and crowns with some height are good to draw attention upwards
Apply a darker shade of foundation on the chin and jaw areas
Apply a lighter shade of foundation at the sides of your forehead
Apply blush from the apple (ball) of your cheekbones in a V shape towards your temples
Wear earrings that are longer than they are wide
Avoid triangular shapes
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Famous people with your face shape include...
Here are examples of readers with this face shape...
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