Vanilla blonde teasylights fit oval-faced women. Women wanting depth and intricacy. Balayage frames a narrow chin.
The oval face and wavy hair pixie bob hairstyle is a classic. Style flexibility is my favorite feature about this cut. It's a playful alternative to the pixie cut.
Medium-layered cuts suit fluffy curls. Cut your hair shorter to play with your natural curls. This will make your hair large and polished.
The cut's length and softness suit your face. Only if the perimeter reaches the neck. Loose waves lend texture and movement to a current aesthetic.
This sloppy layered cut with middle-parted bangs is your hairstyle! Layers sculpt hair without reducing length. Tapered bangs work well for middle parts.
Oval faces suit subtle trims. Thick hair needs medium-to-long layers. Don't overframe your perfect face.
Deep side-parted short platinum pixies are powerful! Pixies liberate and chill. Consider a textured pixie for a shorter cut.
A medium-length cut with piece-y bangs suits oval-faced curly hair. Piece-y bangs make the forehead appear smaller.
Texture your haircut with your hairdresser. This diffuses your hair's perimeter. Face-framing and lengthy layers enhance body and form.
Mid-length brunettes can try beach blonde highlights. Babylights around the face flatten oval faces. Beachy curls enhance golden highlights.