Choose from Three Options
- $12 for a women’s haircut, blow-dry, style, and scalp massage (a $25 value)
- $28 for a women’s haircut, blow-dry, style, and scalp massage with partial highlights (a $70 value)
- $33 for a women’s haircut, blow-dry, style, and scalp massage with full highlights and deep conditioning (a $85 value)<p>
What Haircut is Best for Your Face Shape?
If you’re planning on a whole new cut, check out Groupon’s guide to pairing different face shapes with hairstyles.
Round (nearly equal in length and width with soft, curved edges): Balance is key to any great hairstyle, so those with round faces will benefit from layers that are long or asymmetrical; hard lines help even out a soft face shape. Hair that hits at the shoulders or collarbone provides a slimming effect. Those looking to go shorter should go very short, as volume on the sides can make faces look wider.<p>
Square (nearly equal in length and width, but with sharp edges): Just as round faces need hard lines to cut the softness, square faces benefit from a little softening in the form of layers, waves, or razored or feathered ends. Square faces can pull off many different lengths but benefit from shorter face-framing pieces or long, piece-y bangs, both of which help to visually soften sharp angles. A part that is slightly off center can help blur harsh edges and extra length can help a square face look more oval.<p>
Heart-shaped (wider on top, narrower toward the chin): Full or side-swept bangs help to draw focus to the eyes and away from a pronounced chin, as does a long bob that is all one-length. Waves or curls that hit right below the jaw line help fill in and balance the chin-area, but putting too much curl or frizz on top can make the brow appear wider.<p>
Oval (a long face in which the brow, cheekbones, and jaw are of nearly equal widths): Long faces are the most versatile and can handle styles of varying length and texture. Bangs and cheek-length layers can both balance by adding width, as can waves, curls, or a deep off-center part.
Erica Stairs heard her calling early in life, when she gravitated toward the artistry of hair styling. Since then, she has received her certification, become a magnet for regular clients, and opened her own salon: Cuttin Loose. Though she's been coloring, cutting, and tying split ends back together for years, her passion for her job hasn't flagged. "The feeling I get when each [client] sits in my chair is indescribable," she says on StyleSeat, adding, "it's all about making them look and feel good."