15 Trendy Hairstyles For Long Faces For 2019
There are plenty of fabulous hairstyles for face shapes. Every woman has both unique hair texture and facial shape and features, so not every hairstyle will work for every person. If you have an oblong face such as celebs like Liv Tyler, Hilary Swank or Sarah Jessica Parker, you can totally rock an amazing and fun hairstyle.
Haircuts for long faces with bangs are a great way to help break up a longer face from side bangs to bluntly cut bangs. And various color tricks might also come in handy.
Added color tones such as multi-toned balayage, soft and subtle high or lowlights, a fun ombre or colorful streaks are always a good way to play up haircuts for long faces as well as haircuts for oval faces. But to begin with, the key is to choose a style that will flatter your facial shape and facial features.
Being one of the trendiest hairstyles for long faces, this sophisticated style will help round out longer faces with a soft, sultry appeal. It works best for medium to full volume hair.
To style, apply your favorite styling product to just washed, still damp hair. With a round brush, lift up side sections while blow drying to create volume. Then blow dry the rest of the hair as usually. Apply shine serum and medium hold finishing spray.
Flippy And Fab
This super-cute short style with its flipped out edges will create enough width to round out your face. It is chic and feminine.
To style, apply a quality blowout cream and use a medium round brush to flip out the ends while blow drying. Finish with a flat iron if you want even more volume and definition for your flirty flip. Add shine serum and medium hold finishing spray to allow a subtle movement.
Long Layers With Choppy Bangs
With its longer layers at the cheekbones and eye-grazing choppy fringe, this style will really elongate your face.
To style, apply volumizing mousse only to the mid-length and roots of your hair. Use a medium round brush to blow dry and then wrap your hair in sections vertically around a large barreled curling iron. Make sure to start no higher than your cheekbones and curl away from your face. When the curls are cooled, use your fingers gently to loosen. Finish with a flexible hold spray.
With the longer fringe in front, this slightly edgy pixie will make your face more even. A two-toned balayage or some bold streaks will give this style some added oomph.
To style, apply your favorite styling product and thermal protectant, blow dry with a styling brush and then straighten the longer sections with a flat iron. Apply a texturizing product.
Layered Wavy Bob
With short, subtle layers and plenty of volume, this look will flatter your face and enhance your cheekbones.
To style, evenly apply volumizing foam and then using your fingers only, blow dry. Make sure to flip out the sections near your cheekbones. Next, still using your fingers only, gently pull the section closest to your neck straight and down. If needed, use a medium sized curling wand to curl the ends and flip them out and under alternatively. Then use pomade to piece out the ends.
With additional volume on the side rather than the top of the head, this cut will make you look like the vixen you are. It works best for those with slightly thicker hair density.
To style, add volumizing mousse to slightly damp hair. Then blow dry your hair with a large, round brush and create extra volume on the sides of your face. Use a flat iron to smooth out the ends and apply a product for added texture.
This sophisticated style incorporates the old-fashioned Hollywood elegance with a modern and flirty flair. This look works great for any length longer than shoulder length and any hair texture.
To style, apply your favorite styling cream to damp, clean hair. Create a smooth look using a paddle brush to blow dry. Part your hair to the side of your preference and start curling your hair on that side, making sure to curl the hair away from your face. Curl your hair vertically with a one-inch curling wand and work around to the back of your head.
Do not touch the curls until they are cool. Next, on the opposite side of your head, curl your hair toward your face starting the curls at an eyebrow level. Once all of your curls are completely cool, use your fingers to gently break them apart to create soft, sexy waves. Lightly mist with a flexible hold spray to allow a gentle movement and flow.
Big, Bouncy Curls
With a center part and voluminous long curls, this look is ultra-chic and stylish and works best for those with naturally curly or wavy locks.
To style, apply a thermal protectant to dry hair, section your hair and spray each section with a styling spray. Then wrap each section around a medium barreled curling wand. Pin each curl to the top of your head and allow it to cool before unpinning each curl and letting them fall. Form perfect ringlets using your fingers and apply a curling product for extra curl definition.
With long side-swept fringe and a long, disconnected piece to the side, this look will elongate your face gracefully but with a slightly edgy look. To make this look pop even more, add a bright streak to the longer side piece and some thinner matching streaks in the fringe.
To style, apply a thermal protectant to your hair and blow dry straight with a styling brush. Then complete the look with a flat iron for a smooth, sleek finish. Add shine serum and medium hold finishing spray.
Layered Rainbow Waves
Rainbow hair looks breath-taking no matter what face shape you have. But if you have long and wavy hair, the effect will be doubled if not more. Set yourself free of boundaries!
Elegant Bowl Cut
A bowl haircut can be elegant despite the edginess. To balance the shortness at the back, add some bangs of different length to the front. To completely rock this haircut, go for platinum shades, some undertone can be involved.
Sleek A-Line Bob
If you are looking for the ways to add some more drama to your look, then this would be the perfect suggestion for you. What is more, when straightened, your hair looks silky and nice to touch, not to mention the indescribable coloring!
Middle Part Style
A middle part is something that is going to save the day if you combine it with light, voluminous waves so that your hair looks shiny.
Beach waves will look extremely sassy and elegant if you complement them with some natural-looking highlights. Is there anyone who would resist this look?
Straight Bangs For Long Faces
Those of you with long faces should at least try out blunt bangs. There is nothing else that will shorten your face better than some nice straight bangs!
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