“Her hair is heavily layered around the face with layers at the back and on the ends that look barely there,” explained hairstylist Matt Fugate. Ideal for straight textures, this look style is extra flattering for someone with lots of fine hair (it gives weight so the layers don’t look wimpy). When asked about face shape, he said, “You can position the layers to flatter any shape. Start your layers at your cheekbones if you have an oval or heart-shaped face and a little above your cheekbones if you’ve got a square jawline like her.”
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