To find the perfect hair or beard style for you, it's a good idea to know which face shape you have first. Different face shapes will suit different styles, and it's all about finding a style that complements what you have been blessed with. A rounder haircut will make a round face shape look rounder, and so on.
Shutterstock Every man has, at one point or another, sat down in the barber's chair and been asked, "What'll it be today? We have a recommendation: instead of just saying "the same as last time" or "the usual," take into account your face shape for a brand-new hair style. Some styles look better or worse based on your face shape, and this infographic — based on the one our friends at Men's Hairstyles Today put together — will help you pick the best.
Identifying and calculating your face shape is of vital importance if you want to look your best. A successful haircut or beard style is intrinsically linked to your very own face shape. For example, a particular pair of sunglasses may look great on your friend but rubbish on you.
What haircut should I get? But the better approach is to find the best haircut for your face shape. Head shape and structure are the most important factors to finding hairstyles for men according to face shape.
For months, emails streamed in, and the attached images loaded like Jack-In-the-Boxes, faces jumping out at Deluca through the screen. Every one of them asked the same question: what is my face shape? The trick was that no one could figure out what their own face shape was, so Deluca spent the next couple weeks volleying back responses to guys: oval, diamond, round, round, square, oval, square, diamond.
Have you ever noticed how tightly the haircut you have is connected to the impression you make? You may be the greatest guy in the world or the employee of the year, but with the wrong cut, nobody will notice it. The situation might remind you of the one with clothes, you know, clothes speak for men.
After all, an extra inch here or a smattering of facial hair there can make all the difference. But how can you actually determine what shape your face is? First, arm yourself with a flexible tape measure.
Gentlemen: Before picking a hairstylebeard styleor a new pair of glassesyou first need to identify your face shape. Because a style that looks great on a guy with an oblong face that is, long and narrowwon't complement a square face in quite the same way. So grab a flexible tape measure, follow the guidelines below and subscribe for a personalized grooming box—you'll look optimal in no time. Forehead: Pull the tape measure from the peak of one eyebrow arch to the peak of the opposite arch.
Today, any man worth his salt in the style department needs to understand the shape of his skull and how that affects what he can and cannot pull off. John Lennon frames on a round face? Skin fade on a diamond?