Hairstyles for Oval Faces Part-03

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Cutting your hair short is daring, but Charlize Theron's look is softer because she left some length at the top of her pixie cut.

1. PIXIE

In contrast to more severe bangs, Jessica Biel's hair is softer because the bangs fall just over her brows. To soften and frame her eyes, use a round brush to blow dry her bangs.

2. CURVED BANGS

Take use of the low ponytail: It accentuates your best assets, exudes elegance, and is a breeze to put together.

3. LOW SIDE PONY

As an oval face is often the narrowest, a shaggy lob that has choppy layers offers more width to the jawline and cheekbones.

4. A SHAGGY LOB

If you have an oval face, you should add breadth to the sides rather than volume to the top or bottom to obtain a more balanced effect.

5. TIERED CURLS

For an oval-shaped face, Matos says, a bob with texturized layers provides both width and flow to the hair.

6. A TEXTURED BOB

Fearful of new haircuts like bangs? Be yourself. Few bang options for oval-shaped faces don't perfectly complement the head contour.

7. LONG, SIDE-SWEPT BANGS

A deep side part like Blake Lively's and some texture at the ends will quickly give your hair a cohesive look.

8. A DEEP SIDE PART

Side-swept curls like Eva Mendes' are a terrific way to create the illusion of width on the sides of the face.

9. SIDE VOLUME

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