By: | Updated: 12/26/2017

10 Fun & Trendy Hairstyles for Square Faces

1. Long, Lavish Layers

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Long Lavish Layered Hairstyles for Square Faces

With its long layers, this look will soften your face. And it works best for those with thicker hair.

To style, dry your hair as usually and part to one side. Starting at the roots, spray a dry shampoo evenly throughout your hair. Next, use a rat tail comb or teasing brush to tease your hair at the crown and back of your head. Now make loose curls at the ends with a 1-inch curling iron and spray with a flexible hold hairspray.

There are quite a lot of trendy and flattering haircuts for square faces. So, every lady can find a complimenting hairstyle here.

Just make sure that you get a style that flatters your facial features, so you’d better avoid haircuts for oval faces. Following are some tips for hairstyles for square faces:

1. Side parts or off-centered parts are flattering.

2. Straight shoulder-length hair can help elongate a square face.

3. A soft feminine style will help accentuate your facial features.

4. Avoid straight blunt bangs as they make your face appear heavier.

5. Updos, with a few loose tendrils, are quite flattering for those with square shaped faces.

6. Shorter haircuts tend to make your face seem boxier.

7. Excessive volume at your cheekbones will make your face appear broader.

8. Streaks or ombre tones will also help elongate your face.

As you can see, there are some limitations for hairstyles for square faces, but this applies to every face shape as different styles flatter different face shapes.

2. Captivating Curls

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Captivating Curls

This cut is extremely flattering and very feminine. It works best for those with naturally curly hair disregarding the hair texture. It’s because the soft layers add just enough volume for both thick and fine hair.

To style, scrunch your hair while damp with your favorite curling cream. Then blow dry your hair upside down using a diffuser on a cool setting. When it is mostly dry, flip your hair over your head and continue to dry on a low setting, using your fingers to lightly brush your curls away from your face. Add a bit more coloring serum and scrunch gently in small sections working from the ends to the mid-length. Finally, apply a medium finishing spray to allow for natural movement.

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