A large forehead, cheekbones, more or less, and a pointed chin are the main characteristics of a triangular face. Model Karlie Kloss (pictured at the opening) is a perfect example. To identify the shape of your face and see if it is a triangle, do as she pulls back her hair and watched in the mirror. The typical geometric figure with three sides, you will jump to the eyes. This type of face is also called a heart, just because the tip (of the triangle) is facing down.
How to enhance the triangular face with the cutting
The main goal of cutting is to balance the upper part of the face, trying to narrow the front. Yes to a tuft at the side so that you create movement, and also to the fringe, with due caution. The fringe right to the face, the triangle must be full, the fashion show and not too geometric.
“On a triangular face must be absolutely avoided geometry and rigid, preferring cuts soft, with edges slightly marked and mostly very light, so you can lighten the lines” suggests, the hair stylist Alessandro Jesuit who, after 12 years at the side of Aldo Coppola, has recently opened in Milan, Alessandro Gesuita LAB.
“A line quite suitable to this type of facial may be a medium cut short the ’70s revisited in a modern key, and then with volumes on the upper and softness in the surrounding parts of the face. To lighten it a little more, it may be useful to also sketch out some lightening here and there”.
The cuts to avoid
The hair is too long, cut equal and brought too stretched, they would lengthen even more the chin, and would seem on the face even more triangular. The helmet must be rough and wavy, while the short cut is best of both studied art with wispy the cheekbones and not to leave too discovery the front.
Examples of faces triangular for inspiration
Here then is a rundown of the cuts of all lengths to save with a screenshot (and take it to the salon) if you have the face triangle. All or almost represent the hair tip, provided by the expert.
The care moved Karlie Kloss
Is probably the cut is the most guessed in order to develop a triangular face. The photo is of 2013 but has made the school, given that he coined a new term: wob, the contraction of the large object (other name to indicate the helmet) and waves.
The hair, the scaled Jennifer Love Hewitt
With the triangular face and the long hair are not advised against, as long as they are scaled expertly to the sides. Excellent choice to bring the clump to the side, and full: he breaks the front, making the face more harmonious.
The medium cut “lightweight” by Taylor Swift
the cutting of The singer is so guessed that you forget to have a triangular face. The length is well-calibrated to the height of the chin with layers “invisible” that give volume. The fringe is full but light and the styling is moved do the rest.
The yoke with airy Julianne Hough
The face of the singer and actress, winner of 2 editions of Dancing with the stars USA is decidedly triangular, with a chin is sharp and the bone of the jaw is a little strong. However, the loin soft styled in a not-too-rigorous graces of his traits.
The tuft of Reese Witherspoon
American actress loves the long and emphasizes her doll-like face. Scaling the side is very gradual its cutting accompany perfectly the perimeter of the triangle that emerges clearly from his face.
The cut is ultra short Scarlett Johansson
strictly speaking, if we want to be “pessimistic”, the cut is a little too short for the triangular face of the beautiful Scarlett. Highlights the pointy chin in contrast with high cheekbones. Cutting so short, it could, however, be a choice to show their face to the heart as its distinguishing feature.
Cutting the years ’70 of Kylie Minogue
The one in the photo is the classic cut ’70s to the Farrah Fawcett revisited in a contemporary key. It is indeed less than the runway, but maintains the same volume on the sides of the face. A great choice if you prefer to leave the discovery of their large forehead, a feature of the triangular face.
The beach waves Kate Hudson
If you want to bring the hair line in the middle, instead of to the side, as is suggested by the hair stylist, a Jesuit, a nice cut to take inspiration from is that of the american actress. The undulations read that come on the cheekbones to make the face more oval, making it seem as if precisely the less edgy.
The scaled precise Christina Ricci
Finally, the exception that confirms the rule. In this photo, the ex-Wednesday of the Addams family brings a cut that is generally not recommended to those who have a triangular face, and his especially so. The cut is in fact geometric, a little bit strict and emphasized by a fold super smooth.
The plus that makes it a winner? The scaling step by step make one with the contours of the face.