How to Figure Out Which Hairstyle Will Suit You

Consider hair type, lifestyle and body proportions.
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Consider hair type, lifestyle and body proportions.
Lucette van Beek

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Q: How do I figure out what haircut/style will suit me? — Katherine

A: It's all about being practical, what kind of lifestyle you have and blending your lifestyle with your looks.

It's also about body proportions.

If you have a long upper body, with a larger chest and wide shoulders, you need longer hair so everything goes curvy and your whole body and style blends together.

Bar Refaeli - long hair

If you have a short upper body, then your hair shouldn't be too long, because it will make you look shorter.

Nicole Richie - bronde mid-length hair

Another consideration is that if you have a long face, we have to create a fringe so that it softens the length of your face with long layers.

Molly Sims - bangs

If you have a round face, I would leave the sides of your hair longer than your face, to elongate.

Kate Bosworth round face

Tony Chaar is one of Canada's top celebrity hairstylists and the owner of Tony Chaar Salon at 140 Avenue Road in Toronto. Call 416-920-9965 to book an appointment.