The blunt lob's trendier younger sibling. Long faces benefit from this layer-heavy, side-sweeping shoulder cut's volume and framing.
Long faces depend on bangs, and Jane Birkin was the queen of full fringe. Long face shapes look great with straight, brow-skimming bangs.
Not overly cropped is the crop cut rule. This will lengthen your face. This side-swept, piecey long pixie is chic.
Riawna Capri's bob has it all—below-chin length, side-swept bangs, and ultra-textured layers. All of the above benefit oblong and long faces.
Face-framing layers and highlights can help long faces manage center regions. The "little black dress" of hair is collarbone-grazing, like a lob.
Need a quick change? Change your role. Rather than drawing attention down, a deep side part enhances a long face.
Oblong-faced women: Long, straight, and layerless aren't the only options. Layering is much more attractive, as Sal Salcedo shows on this cut.
There's a reason the shag haircut won't go out of style. It works on most face shapes, especially oblong and long ones. Add some killer curls, and you're striking gold.
In keeping with retro style, Tim Morrison's Bardot-inspired bangs are excellent. Fringe that covers one-third of your face is ideal at eyebrow-length or longer.
Remember Cher by keeping your hair long. Styled by Raphael Silerio, this cut highlights a longer face with long layers.