Beauty Tailored for your Face Shape
What does your face shape say about YOU? Expert says it reveals your personality with diamonds being ‘in control’ like Taylor Swift while ovals are overachievers like Beyonce.
Face-reading experts believe the shape of your face can reveal basic personality traits and determine your overall approach to life. According to face readers, your face is saying something. You’re born with with features you have for a reason. The face is a map of your personality as well as your whole life.
Although many people don’t have a distinct face shape (for example, it could be a mix of oval and diamond-shaped), some do have one that is instantly recognisable.
DIAMOND FACE SHAPE
Singer Taylor Swift, 25, and actress Ashley Greene, 28, have this common face shape. It is characterised by being pointed towards the forehead and chin but wide in the middle.
Diamond faced people likes to take control and wants things a certain way. They’re also very detail-oriented and because of that they produce quality work. Someone with a diamond-shaped face ‘communicates well’ and is ‘precise’ with their words. However, this person could be ‘sharp’ if crossed the wrong way.
BEAUTY COMPLEMENTS: A diamond shaped face can be softened with gentle highlights across the cheeks to create the illusion of higher cheekbones. Consider cheek sculpting using structural natural fillers for the cheeks, that are specially designed to give the cheeks a lift without giving the appearance of a pillow face.
OVAL FACE SHAPE
People with oval faces are practical, methodical and overachievers in their careers.
This appears true for American hit maker Beyonce, 34, whose face is longer than wide and she has a jaw that is narrower than her cheekbones. Face readers say people with oval face shapes are also compassionate: The type of person who always knows all the right things to say, so they can make someone feel welcome and comfortable.
BEAUTY COMPLEMENTS: A oval shaped face will look even better when it is balanced with a sharp and defined nose. Consider nasal fillers to give your central beauty feature a boost. Nose threadlifts are also an elegant way to add definition without creating width to the nose.
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TRIANGLE FACE SHAPE
London-born TV personality Kelly Osbourne, 30, has a triangle-shaped face.
This means the face is narrower at the forehead but wide at the jawline. Men and women with these faces tend to be artistic, creative and sensitive but also fiery. She said people with triangle face shapes are usually ‘very successful’.
BEAUTY COMPLEMENTS: A triangle face shape can look sunken and disproportionately small at the top half. Soften the temples and forehead with line-erasing, skin plumping Revitalift so that the face looks more balanced and in harmony with the rest of the visage.
SQUARE FACE SHAPE
Men and women with square faces tend to possess a sharp wit and analytical mind.
American actresses Mena Suvari, 36, and Sandra Bullock, 51, have this shape, which is characterised by a wide hair and jaw line. Face readers believe that it typically refers to someone who is really gung-ho and into taking on huge projects because they have so much stamina.
BEAUTY COMPLEMENTS: A square face can look masculine. Soften the jawline with Botox for slimming the masseter muscles. The latest trend is to accompany these slimming injections with a skin lifting treatment such as 24K Uplift face or Ultherapy to ensure your lower face is defined, firm and youthful.
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HEART FACE SHAPE
A heart face shape is characterised by a wide forehead and narrow chin.
Both actress Reese Witherspoon, 39, and reality star Khloe Kardashian, 31, have this shape. According to face readers, it speaks to someone who has incredible inner strength but can also be stubborn because they are so strong-minded. Other common personality traits include being ‘pushy’, having ‘a strong intuition’ and being ‘very creative’.
BEAUTY COMPLEMENTS: A heart shaped face looks best when paired with bright, youthful eyes. Beat saggy eyelids with Miracle Eye Reviver Program which lifts and tightens tired lids so that you look more sweetheart than old hag.
RECTANGLE FACE SHAPE
People with this type of face value logic and are really good thinkers.
American actress Lucy Liu, 46, has this shape, which is squared off at the forehead and chin. Face readers say they’re usually planners in some way and don’t often talk about their feelings. However, they do work out regularly—they have to work off inner tension that results from constantly living in their own heads.’
BEAUTY COMPLEMENTS: A rectangle face can look long. Break up the length with soft apples of the cheeks and a soft pout. Use soft fillers such as Filler Hydrolift to create a cheek lift and Revitalift Lips to soften the puckers. This softens the overall harsh lines of this severe face shape.