The blunt lob's trendier younger sibling. Long faces benefit from this layer-heavy, side-sweeping shoulder cut's volume and framing.
Bangs are the long face's mainstay, and Jane Birkin was the queen of full fringe. Bangs that skim the brows are always attractive for long faces.
It's basic but effective. Add face-framing layers and highlights to long faces to make middle sections work. The collarbone-grazing length is hair's "little black dress" like a lob.
Want an easy change? Change your part. Long faces benefit from a deep side part that attracts attention up rather than down.
The shag haircut is timeless for a reason. It suits most face forms, especially oblong and long ones. Add killer curls and you're golden.
You can also always embrace the form. While pixie cuts aren't always the best option for long features, curls can help balance the face's width with volume.
This chin-length bob is both soft and blunt, framing an elongated face without even a hint of pulling, allowing wispy fringe to do the rest.
Keep your hair long as a tribute to the iconic Cher. This cut, which only requires lengthy layers, accentuates rather than conceals a longer face.