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Hello, I'm at Marina from Alpha M. Today, I'm going to help you choose a new hairstyle based on your face shape. This video will be divided into two sections. In section number one, I'm going over the basics of how to select a hairstyle based on your face shape. In the second part, I will share what the experts say and break it down to make it simple for you to choose a new hairstyle. Last week, we discussed how to choose the proper eyeglasses based on face shape. Once you understand the concept of balance and contrast, it becomes easier. If you missed that video, I recommend starting there. There is a link provided below this video description. Unlike eyeglasses, hairstyles based on face shape are more complex. There are many factors to consider besides just your face shape. With glasses, there are only a few different shapes, but with hairstyles, the options are plentiful. Step number one is to identify your face shape. There are four options: oval, square, round, or triangle. It may seem overwhelming, but when you break it down, there are only four shapes. If you have a round face, go for hairstyles that offer dimension and avoid big rounded hairstyles. Look for more angular hairstyles that are tighter on the sides and back. For those with an oval face shape, most hairstyles complement this face shape. The only exception would be heavy bangs. If you have a square face shape, choose a hairstyle that softens the hard lines of your face. Avoid tight angular hairstyles. Triangle face shapes are versatile and can work with most styles. You can also try longer hairstyles to emphasize this face shape. Remember, the goal is to balance and contrast with your face shape. If you have a...