The square faces are straight lines, a large jaw and a broad forehead. Maxiliaire bone, cheekbone and eyebrow are the same width and are a regular line. Better to focus on flexibility, softness and volume to soften the features. The square is an excellent choice because it has cut the male end of the jaws. The men are to avoid cuts. A cross with volume on top of the head will lengthen the face. Degraded hairstyles can create curved lines and cut the lines and squares.
The elongated face resembles the face oval but longer and thinner. Maxiliaire bone, cheekbone and eyebrow are located at equal distance. The long and steep cuts are obviously not the ideal nor the cuts with the volume on the top of the head as they accentuate the length of it must instead seek to blur. Short cuts and are also structured to avoid. Prefer the flexibility, gradients and rounded bits. Mid-length cuts, bulky on the sides, will balance the volumes. If you opt for a length at the shoulders, choose a cut rather deteriorated.
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