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Everyone loves a fresh start, especially when it comes to hair. If you are looking to update you look, you might want to consider these must-follow rules before visiting the salon. Learn how to get the best haircut for your face shape with these top tips!

Round Face

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Selena Gomez is always styling uneven layers and textured hair.

Add definition to a round face with an asymmetric cut. Whether you want to wear your hair long and flowing or in a super-short pixie crop, the aim to keep things asymmetrical and choppy to add angular lines to a round face shape. Those with round faces suit a side part as it makes the face appear slimmer. Avoid blunt cuts which can widen your features and instead, stick to choppy, textured and uneven layers for seriously flattering results.

Oval Faces

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Zooey Deschanel is the staple icon for the straight-across bangs look.

Those with an oval face shape are lucky since they can pull of most looks with ease. Stop an oval faces from appearing too long, with straight-across bangs. It'll add width and draw attention to your eyes. Alternatively, side swept bangs will have a similar effect and add softness to he face.

Heart Faces

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Reese Witherspoon always styles her hair with a deep part and side-swept bangs.

For heart shaped faces, bob hairstyles that fall around the chin will help to de-emphasise the triangle shape. Keep the focus on the upper rather than lower part of your face by drawing attention to your eyes. A deep set side part paired with side sweeping bangs is the best way to achieve this.

Square Faces

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Lauren Conrad's recent cut is the perfect example of a textured bob.

One of the main goals when selecting a new haircut for those with square faces is to add softness to an angular jaw. One of the most flattering hairstyles to do so is a chin-length textured bob. Ask your stylist for soft tapered layers and use a curling iron too.

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