The cheek area of a heart shaped face is slightly wider than the hairline and then drops into a pointed chin. There are no wide-set/squared off corners along the jawline. Celebrities like Kourtney Kardashian, Taylor Swift and Reese Witherspoon are good examples of a heart-shaped face.
If you have a heart shaped face, you should know that not all hairstyles would look great on you. For the heart shape faced beauties who are having hard times finding hairstyles that would look great on them, below are hairstyles that would look good on you.
Side-Parted bob: A long Bob softens a heart-shaped face’s strong jaw line. Parted to the side, it narrows the forehead which is the widest part of this shape.
Shoulder-Length Flip: This shoulder length style is perfect for heart-shaped faces. It has enough length to be used as face framing to add fullness to the jaw area. The flips on the ends add even more needed fullness to the bottom of the face and the side part makes the forehead appear less wide.
Long hair parted in the center will look good on a heart-shaped face. It creates two vertical lines that will make the face appear longer. The layers of soft waves soften the look and add fullness where needed.
HAIRCUTS: The sky’s the limit for haircuts on a heart-shaped face. Almost anything looks great except heavy bangs or an jaw-length short bob. Short bangs can be really hard to control if you have a widow’s peak and if you have cowlicks on top of that, you definitely want to skip shorter bangs.
UPDOS: Try a voluminous bun or pony. That will balance out the over-all silhouette of a heart-shaped face. Also, don’t go “toofull” with your updos. When they’re wider than the hairline, they can actually make the chin look longer or more pointed.
One needs to know the shape on her face before rocking a hair style because what looks good a round face may not look good on a heart shaped face.