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Find the Perfect Part for Your Client's Face Shape

Chandler Rollins | October 16, 2014 | 10:08 AM
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Recommend a middle part to open up the face. It will instantly give the appearance of a longer, slimmer looking face with perfect symmetry.
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A deep side or diagonal part will soften the face if your client has a pointy chin. It will also give the hair more style ability.
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Stay away from deep parts that can draw attention to a strong jawline, instead, recommend bangs or soft layers to help soften square-shaped angles.
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If your client has an oval shape, they're in luck. It is the ideal face shape for any part, from middle, side swept or deep part— mix it up and have fun!
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Jay Vosper, master stylist at Dop Dop Salon shares advice on finding the best part to flatter your face shape. Follow these simple tips above to learn how a simple part can easily soften sharp angles, highlight cheekbones and accentuate your clients' features.

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