Glasses for Heart & V-Triangle Face Shapes

Glasses for Heart & V-Triangle Face Shapes

Heart & V-Triangle Face Characteristics Heart and V-Triangle shaped faces are widest at the forehead then slope to a narrower jaw and chin. The difference between the two is the angularity of the the jaw and chin, with the Heart being softer and the V-Triangle...

Hairstyle Tips for Round & Square Face Shapes

Hairstyle Tips for Round & Square Face Shapes

You are a Round or Square face shape if the width of your face is approximately the same as its length. These are the shorter face shapes. The difference between the two is the angular or rounded nature of the jaw and chin. You are a Round shape if your jawline and...

Glasses for Diamond Face Shape

Glasses for Diamond Face Shape

  Diamond Face Characteristics Diamond shaped faces are narrow at the forehead and jawline, and have broad cheekbones that may be high and dramatic. Glasses Goal To balance the angles of the face by choosing softly curved styles no wider than the cheekbones. Oval...

Makeup Application Tips for Women Over 40

Makeup Application Tips for Women Over 40

Do You Avoid Wearing Makeup Because You Don't Want to Look "Made Up?"   As a personal image consultant I work with women of all ages, however most of my clients are women over 40. That's because it's the age when things begin to change with our face and bodies -...

Glasses for Oval Face Shape

Glasses for Oval Face Shape

Oval Face Characteristics Oval face shapes are considered the most balanced face shape, so this shape has more options for glasses that other face shapes. Glasses Goal To maintain the natural balance of the face. Good Frame Options Any style with rounded edges to...

Hairstyle Tips for Oblong & Rectangle Face Shapes

Hairstyle Tips for Oblong & Rectangle Face Shapes

You are an Oblong or Rectangle face shape if your face is visibly longer and narrow. The difference between the two is the angular or rounded nature of the jaw and chin. You are an Oblong shape if your jawline and chin are rounded and soft as seen above in actress...

Hairstyle Tips for Pear & A-Triangle Face Shapes

Hairstyle Tips for Pear & A-Triangle Face Shapes

You are a Pear or A-Triangle face shape if your jawline is the widest part of your face. The difference between the two is the angular or rounded nature of the jaw and chin. You are a Pear shape if your jawline and chin are rounded and soft as seen above in actress...

Hairstyle Tips for Heart & V-Triangle Face Shapes

Hairstyle Tips for Heart & V-Triangle Face Shapes

  You are a Heart or V-Triangle face shape if your forehead is the widest part of your face then slopes down to a narrower jaw line and chin. The difference between the two is the angular or rounded nature of the jaw and chin. You are a Heart shape if your jawline and...

How to Determine Your Eye Shape

How to Determine Your Eye Shape

There are two primary eye shapes: The Almond Eye - You have an Almond eye shape if you CAN'T see the white above or below the iris because the eye lids cover part of the iris.   The Round Eye - You have a Round eye shape if you can see the white of your eyes...

Hairstyle Tips for Oval Face Shape

Hairstyle Tips for Oval Face Shape

You are an Oval face shape if your cheekbones are the widest part of your face, your forehead is narrower and you have a contoured jaw line that tapers to a rounded chin (like an inverted egg!). Hairstyle Goals Considered the most balanced face shape, your goal is to...