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FLEQUILLOS: THE PERFECT 2019 HAIRCUTS ACCORDING TO YOUR FACE

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FLEQUILLOS: THE PERFECT 2019 HAIRCUTS ACCORDING TO YOUR FACE

Celebrities have at their disposal a team of stylists who give them advice on how to wear their hair … As many of us do not have that luck, we have decided to talk to them and tell us which 2019 HAIRCUTS fringe is better according to the shape of our face.

Emma Stone: small front

To make a front more pronounced and not look so small,

the stylists say that the best will be a fringe bent towards one of the sides. To lengthen it,

ask your hairdresser to cut your bangs at an angle that is very pronounced and layers to the cheek.

This type of cut usually looks good on any type of face.

Dakota Johnson: oval face

Oval faces tend to favor any type of bangs,

although it is true that an ‘airy’ will not overblow your face. In the hairdresser,

you should ask for a fringe that stays between the eyelash and the eyebrow,

and that is longer at the ends.

Reese Witherspoon: face in the shape of a heart

A person with a heart-shaped face needs a lateral cut that covers most of the forehead to draw attention to the eyes.

The ideal shape is a fringe with layers where the shortest strands reach to the arch of the eyebrow and the longer ones meet the end of the eye.

Rihanna: square face

The long fringes are ideal for square faces, and if they are blunt, they provide a soft element to the face.

The trick is to ask your hairdresser to cut just below the eyebrows,

leaving the longer tips on the sides so they do not blind you.

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Taylor Swift: round face

The arched fringes perfectly complement the round faces.

Look to give a curved shape to your straight fringe to make it look bulkier.

Kerry Washington: long front-2019 HAIRCUTS

The open fringe creates a double effect. 

The thickness will disguise the forehead, while the opening angle will enlarge the face. 

Ask your hairdresser for a fringe that starts in the center of the forehead and narrows diagonally until it reaches the cheek. 

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