Most common man face types
Once you have all the measures, you are willing to know what is your kind of face. As there are many types, we wanted to make a list of the most common faces, so that values in which of them fits your physiognomy You will be surprised! Also, once you have them clear, you will know which haircuts best suit your face type and therefore be more attractive. Let us explain in detail the different types of male faces.
# 1 Elongated Face
The elongated faces They are characterized by having elongated features and can make men think they don't have a face that stands out. Not at all, because thanks to this type of face, you can get a lot out of hairstyles with long hair, with which you will look much more attractive (you can also bet on letting your hair grow to the shoulders). The elongated face is same as square in regard to proportions, since the measures to be compared (forehead width, face width and length) they are the same. The difference is that the forehead and chin are not so angular They are rounded and not so marked.
With this type of face we recommend you wear a haircut with more volume at the top (both on the forehead and on the sides of the head). The toupees and the crests They are a type of hairstyle that favors men with this type of face, although it is important prevent haircut from being too short on the sides (especially if there is a difference with the rest, since you run the risk of unduly prolonging the face). Letting your beard grow will also look good, as long as the recesses so that they serve to frame the features, not to make them look longer.
# 2 Heart Face
To know if your face is of heart type you should take the measure you have taken from the width (measure # 2) and see if it is wider than the jaw measure (measure # 3) (the forehead measure is usually smaller). This type of face is also called "inverted triangle", since the forehead is wider than the jaws or cheekbones (which are usually very marked).
As for the types of haircut For this type of face, it is better to try a hairstyle with volume on the forehead and ears (trying to reduce the difference in size between the forehead and the jaw). Ideally, choose those haircuts that are natural and soft, perhaps betting on a bangs that fall on the forehead, but always with some volume. Yes, avoid very short hair at all costs if you do not want to exaggerate your chin or that your features are too marked.
# 3 Square face
The kind of square face is in which the jaw is very marked (as well as the cheekbones), while the forehead and chin are flat. There is a belief that it is the kind of more masculine face that exists, although it is not the most common. To know if your face type is in this group you will have to check the measure of the width of the face (measure # 2) and check if it matches the length (measure # 4) and the width of the forehead (measure # 1) .
As for the types of haircut and hairstyles For this type of face it will depend if you want to mark the features or want to hide them. To mark them the ideal is to carry a short or very short haircut, but if you like longer hair you can also take advantage of a cut that does not cover your forehead and where the hair falls on the sides. To hide the features you must bet on the volume and choose a hairstyle with more hair in the central part of the head.
# 4 Diamond face
To know if you have a diamond face measure the width of the face (measure # 2) and see how that measure descend as you go down your face. Having this kind of face means that you have a marked chin and the cheekbones quite fine. In addition, the forehead usually protrudes a little, so that an almost triangular shape is created. It is, next to the square, the head shape that many consider as the most masculine and ideal, although it is very rare.
As for the types of haircut that stick well with this type of face, since there is no need to reduce or mask certain areas (because everything is well balanced in this type of face), you have enough freedom to choose. Since short and elegant to highlight your face, until long and with bangs. You can also bet on a half-length cut and combine it with a beard and add even toupees and hairstyles up.
# 5 Oval face
The oval faces are those in which the shape of the face is a bit elongated and round (It has an egg-like shape). They are considered ideal faces, since it is elongated and rounded in equal parts, keeping the proportions very well, where the forehead protrudes little (in the same way as the chin) while the cheeks are more prominent and the part of the chin is narrower than the forehead. If the length of your face (measure # 4) is 1 or 2 centimeters longer than its width (measure # 2), you have an oval face.
As to hairstyles and haircuts recommended For this kind of face, you're in luck! Almost any option will suit you. Try not to wear hairstyles with a lot of bangs so that the face is not more oval than it really is. Ideally, choose a hairstyle to wear the hair up or side, clearing the forehead that for this type of physiognomy greatly favors. The short haircut, Skinning on the sides can be a great option.
# 6 Round face
The Round face it's a kind of face where the face has a completely rounded shape (It does not protrude on the chin or cheekbones or anywhere). To know if this is your type of head you must check the length of your face (measure # 3) and compare if it is equal to or less than the width of the face (measure # 2). If this is the case and you do not have any marked faction, you may have a rounded face. There is an erroneous belief that makes people think that this type of face is typical of overweight people When it is not like that.
As for the types of haircut for the rounded face, ideally you will hide that roundness, for this you must use cuts that are not neither too short nor too long (a half mane with bangs for example it would be a good option). The idea is to concentrate the highest volume in the upper part of the head, playing with the volume or bringing the hair up will create an effect where the rounded features will be more disguised.
# 7 Triangular face
The triangular faces are characterized by having very wide jaws and that stand out a lot (having a difference between the width of the forehead and the chin). Some of the most prominent features of this type of face is the jaw size Y have a narrower forehead than the maxilla. For this you need to compare the measures of the width of the forehead (measure # 1) and the measure of the width of the face (measure # 2) and, if the first is less than 1 or 2 centimeters, this could be your type of face.
As for the types of haircut and male hairstyles For this type of face, the purpose of the cut is soften the jaw area Y optically widen the upper part of the face. For this, the weight of the cut must go in the upper half of the head with a cut that, being bulky, is not very long so that the hair does not fall on the face (contributing even more volume to the jaw which is what you want hide). It is recommended that you leave a goatee beard to make the chin look more prominent (and the horizontality of that area is broken) or sideburns (that are thin and long), to subtract volume in the jaw area and add length to the oval.