4 Asymmetrical Haircuts for a Perfect Face

The hair is the frame of the face and as such you should look for symmetry with asymmetrical haircuts.

Today, the rules of the game are less defined and stylists are looking for ways to challenge these angles of the face.

The objective is to use the bone structure to find the symmetry of the face which is achieved with asymmetrical cuts.

These jagged cuts help you fill out or refine your features so they look proportionate.

Asymmetrical haircuts for your face

The golden rule of asymmetrical haircuts is that one side is longer than the other.

The more irregular the lines, the better to play with the different angles of the face.

Unlike the layers, the irregular cuts do not maintain horizontal stripes, but vertical ones like the following styles.

Lob Cut

The dramatic effect of this lob cut is most pronounced on naturally straight or relaxed hair.

This style is perfect for sharpening round face shapes because the drastic part cuts the roundness.

To further blur the lines, have your stylist cut it with a razor, leaving a long lock on the pompadour.

To style this cut, invest in a good blow dryer and a ceramic flat iron to style your hair straight.

You will also need a heat protectant before styling your hair to protect your hair and help control frizz.

We recommend TRESemmé Thermal Creations Heat Tamer Spray because it resists high temperatures and does not leave hair greasy.

Rebel Pixie

If you are one of those who likes to keep their hair very short, a spiky irregular pixie is ideal for you.

Definitely one of the asymmetrical haircuts to soften triangle faces thanks to the volume of the pompadour.

To achieve those unruly ends, all you have to do is invest in a texturizing balm.

We like the effect of Bed Head by TIGI Hard To Get Texturizing Paste which you apply to dry hair to shape it.

It offers a matte finish and a strong hold, you don’t have to worry about adding extra grease to your hair.

Wavy Lob

If your natural texture is curly or wavy, a longer lob in the front will look great on you.

This cut successfully complements heart-shaped faces as it reduces the width of the forehead.

If you want to further reduce the effect, be sure to style it with a very deep side part .

In addition to a curling iron, you will need a mousse to make your curls.

We recommend a lightweight, hydrating formula that controls frizz.

One of our favorites is Nexxus Styling Mousse Plus , because it controls humidity and keeps your curls flawless.

Long and Angular

One of the recommended asymmetrical haircuts for women with a square face is the long, angular style.

The semi-circular inclination of the tips of this cut contrasts with the marked lines of the square.

Therefore, the frame of the face is softened and they do not look as sharp.

To give it even more definition, straighten the hair with a deep center part.

We recommend using products with keratin to achieve that smooth finish.

Spray a hairspray like TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Hairspray to tame unruly hair, tame frizz, and set your style.

Which of these asymmetrical haircuts do you plan to try?