This type of face has prominent cheekbones, a more square chin and angular lines. The forehead and the jaw are retracted with respect to the cheekbones. These are the trends in hairstyles for this type of face …
• What should I do to make up for my face,
To soften the corners and cover the contour of the face, we can direct some blocks on the sides.
Another trend in hair styling is to give a moderate volume at the top to stylize the face and not give lateral volume because it increases the width.
A part in the middle gives verticality like long hair and straight hair of medium length.
We can also compensate using wavy or curly shapes to soften the corners of the chin and cheekbones.
• What should I do to strengthen my physiognomy,
We can clean the forehead area or wear short hair, according to current hairstyle trends …
If we want to make the most of the prominent cheekbones, we will drop some strands right in that area to emphasize it.
• Which collections and hairstyles flatter me,
To strengthen the face, we will need a grip that is clear from the face.
The “crest” and “toupeé” styles flatter us because they give verticality.
We can also make a high updo by letting some locks fall on the face to soften and stylize it.
We usually look better in long or medium hair, so we avoid very short cuts.