There are different types of haircuts and choosing one can get really confusing. So, how to choose a hairstyle? One should always keep in mind your face shape, hair type and your lifestyle when choosing a hairstyle. It is very important to choose a hairstyle which goes with your face shape.
There are some unsuitable hairstyles which make the face shape prominent and the facial features less prominent which is undesirable. So, a hairstyle should be such that it makes the facial features more prominent than the face shape.
Another thing one needs to keep in mind is the hair type. Always go for a haircut which suits your hair type which can be curly, wavy, thin, thick, fine, etc. There are certain hair cutting techniques which make hair look thicker, thinner or make the curls more well-defined. Lastly, keep in mind your lifestyle.
So, choose a hairstyle which will suit your lifestyle. For example a simple bob is easy to maintain, but a long layered hairstyle can be difficult to maintain. Keep these things in mind and choose the hairstyle wisely. Here are the hairstyles that are suitable for oval face with thin hair.
Haircuts for Thin Hair and Oval Face
For a trendy look, get either a symmetrical or asymmetrical inverted bob. On medium or long hair, choppy layered styles look good where point cutting is used. The stylist holds the hair at an angle and cuts it to a point making hair look thicker and fuller. So, get more choppy layers near the crown to add volume to make your face shape look less prominent.
Other good hairstyles for oval face are the faux hawk styles and choppy layered styles. Faux hawk looks great and can be donned to office or the club. For this, cut the side hair into short crops and cut the middle hair tapering. Then style the middle hair upwards and forwards using an extra hold gel to create the style.
Choppy medium layered styles for men are cut into pieces, the hair sections are placed in front of the ears and choppy bangs are given at the front. This style looks good on oval faces. To make hair look fuller get lowlights done. They add a subtle texture to the hair and are also milder compared to hair highlights.