If your face has a square or rectangular shape, you'll be in need of hairstyles ideas that flatter your angles. Ladies with a face shape that is equally wide as it is long are known as squares. Those who have a face shape that has more length than width with a square jawline are known as rectangles. Kristin Chenoweth's cute updo will suit both of these face shapes, and it's really easy to do! Just follow the steps below:
1. The key to this hairstyle is volume! Set your hair in large rollers or curl it with a large ceramic curling wand to create big, bouncy waves. Then, create crown volume by backcombing the roots at the top of the head—this will form the bouffant so make it as high as you dare!
2. Using a comb, sweep the top half of your hair back, keeping the volume from the backcombed hair in place. Smooth the top layers to get the beehive look and fasten your hair with a clip or pins at the back of the head. To get more volume, add a small twist before you secure it.
3. The final part of this hairstyle is the bangs. If you have a square or rectangular face shape, long side-swept bang like Kristin's will suit you perfectly. It will soften up your angles and hide a high forehead, which is a common trait in squares and rectangles.
Finish it all off with a great pair of earrings—try some sparkly hoops like Kristin!
To see how you'd look with the great hairstyle pictured in this blog, click on the above image to try the virtual hairstyle with your own photo!