Your face is widest at the cheekbones and narrow at both the chin and forehead.
...To create the illusion of a broader chin and forehead.
Styles that are full at your temples and chin
Hair close to your head in the cheekbone area
Slightly off-center parting
Bangs (fringe) that sweep to the side
Medium length styles
Hair swept up into an up-do
Styles with symmetrical lines
Very short styles
Styles that add fullness at your cheeks
Close hair cut at your temples
Too much volume at the top of your head
The best glasses for your face shape are...
No wider than your cheekbones
Frames with soft curves such as oval shapes
Styles that add width at the brow, for example, with decoration or color at the top of the frame
Frames that are narrower on the bottom and wider at the top such as cat-eye shapes
Choose hats that make your forehead appear broader. For example, hats with large brims.
Apply a slightly lighter shade of foundation at your temples and jaw-line to make them appear broader
Apply blush to the apple (ball) of your cheek, no lower than the bottom of your nose, and blend towards the center of your ear
I know many of you need help with accessorizing...
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These celebrities have your shaped face...
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