It's the more fashionable younger sibling of the blunt lob. This layer-heavy, side-sweeping shoulder cut adds volume and frames the face, making it ideal for long faces.
Bangs are the bread and butter of the long face, and Jane Birkin was the queen of full fringe. Straight across the brows, these bangs are always flattering on long face shapes.
The crop cut must not be overly cropped. That will simply make your face appear longer. This sassy, piecey long pixie is side-swept and elegant.
Trendy below-chin length, sassy side-swept bangs, and ultra-textured layers—yes, Riawna Capri's bob has it all. Everything mentioned above will assist both oblong and long faces.
It's basic, yet it works. Long faces can pull off middle parts by using face-framing layers and highlights. The collarbone-grazing length, like a lob, is the "little black dress" of hair.
Looking for a simple change? Change up your part. A deep side part enhances a long face by drawing attention across the face rather than down.
Ladies with long and oblong faces: Don't believe that long, straight, and layerless hair is your only option. Layering is really more flattering, as demonstrated here on this cut by stylist Sal Salcedo.
There's a reason the shag hairstyle is timeless. It flatters most facial shapes, particularly oblong and lengthy ones. Add some fierce curls and you've struck gold.