26 Medium Hairstyles For Heart Shaped Faces

Got a heart-shaped face? Then this is the article for you! We show you the best medium hairstyles for heart shaped faces!

Wide foreheads and narrow jaw lines are the factors that make up a heart shaped face. Take a look through these photos to help understand the solutions to balance, offset, and emphasize your beauty.

Sombre LOB

A Total Heart LOB

Mid-Length Waves With Fringe

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Mid-Length Texture & Volume

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Soft Waves

Soft Waves hairstyleInstagram @milenamilio

Q&A with style creator, Milena Milio
Director & Owner @ Milena Milio Hair + Makeup Studio in Palmyra, WA

How would you describe this look?

These soft waves are perfect for women with heart-shaped faces because they add fullness to the face. I chose a soft wave with texture so the style didn’t drag the face down. Some styles can make the face look fuller if the hair was sleek. The bounce and height of this look makes a face appear slimmer.

Any advice for someone considering it?

This look is perfect for any social event. This hair can also dress up any outfit!

The products used for this look are all by Kevin Murphy. I used the Anti.Gravity spray at the roots to add body), then Session.Spray (flexible hairspray) and Bedroom.Hair (texturizing spray) to finish off this look.

Smudged Root + Soft Layers

Smudged Root + Soft Layers hairstyleInstagram @nicole_flier

Q&A with style creator, Nicole Flier
Stylist @ Launch Salon in Grand Rapids, MI


How would you describe this look?

Contrast at the base meets bright beauty at the mid-shaft and ends in this smudged root look. This look is trending hard these days. I’ve found that pivoting my foils off the hairline keeps the blonde nice and bright around the face and starts to diffuse towards the back. It’s the foiled version of a balayage placement.

I love the ease of her style. Undone texture is so fun to create. Paul Mitchell just released Memory Shaper, a loose liquid that jumps you right to second-day hair with a matte volume that’s hard to beat. My go-to for waves is the Neuro Halo Smoothing Iron. I’ll take the beveled edges and cushioned plates all day long.

Any advice for someone considering it?

When my client came in, we talked about how important a moderate upkeep and quick style would be for her as a nurse practitioner. The softness of her natural color between the foils and the light and airy layers will be a must-have for several appointments to come.

Undone Chic

Undone Chic hairstyleInstagram @hankdoeshair

Q&A with style creator, Hank Chen
Hairstylist @ Lancer & Lace in Seattle, WA


How would you describe this look?

For me, this look is undone chic. It is relaxed, but with an edge. It says, “I don’t care but I totally do.”

I just love the casualness about it, like perfection is the enemy of this style.

Any advice for someone considering it?

It’s all about product for me. I like to use a salt spray to tousle the hair and let it air dry for a super quick, wavy look. Because some salt sprays can be too dry or sticky, use one with a bit of oil like Kevin Murphy’s Hair.Resort spray.

Alternatively, grab a curling iron or wand and wrap hair in random-sized sections. Let the hair cool and shake the curls out. Then use a dry texturizer instead of a hairspray like Kevin Murphy’s Bedroom.Hair or Davines Dry Texturizer to finish the look.

This style usually looks best after a few hours or on the second day!

Modern Take on The Shag

Modern Take on The Shag hairstyleInstagram @soraverly

Q&A with style creator, Raven Camacho
Owner / Stylist @ Raven Row Salon in Austin, TX


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as a modern take on the shag.

I think my favorite thing about it is that it’s super effortless. The messier the better! Plus it is a great transition haircut to go to when growing out a bob or lob. It’s an amazing haircut to get if you’ve got a little wave or curl. A good razor cut will enhance texture and create more movement throughout.

I also changed her color from a bleached out blonde to a soft coral with a color wash and love how it pairs with the cut and looks great on her skin tone!

Any advice for someone considering it?

This cut looks beautiful on a heart shaped face, but can easily be tweaked by keeping the bangs a bit longer or shorter. This look can vary in length as well, so it’s a great versatile cut. No two shags are alike!

If your hair is straight I would first use a volume spray or mousse like Oribe Surfcomber or Volumista on wet hair, then rough dry using your hands only, twisting and cupping the hair and focusing on the crown for volume. Once dry, you can use an iron to create a little movement by adding just a few loose waves. Finish with Oribe Swept-Up Volume Powder and Freestyle Working Spray.

For wavy or curly hair, just apply R+Co Twister and Jackpot, let the hair air dry or diffuse, then add a few pumps of Skyline Dry Shampoo Powder for some airy volume. You can also add a bit of Outerspace Hairspray for hold!

Razored Face-Framing Layers

Razored Face-Framing Layers hairstyleInstagram @kerrifawley

Q&A with style creator, Kerri Fawley
Salon Owner @ Herringbone Salon in Philadelphia, PA


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this as a mid-length haircut with softly razored face-framing layers that are thoughtfully placed around the cheekbones and jawline. I also did some subtle hair painting to brighten those bits.

Any advice for someone considering it?

I suggest using Sachajuan Styling Cream combed into damp hair before blow drying with a large flat brush (Mason Pearson or Denman). You want some natural movement and body at the root, so a texture spray or dry shampoo like Sachajuan Dry Volume Powder for extra volume is a must!

This length also looks great with a slight wave or natural curl. I would use a Hot Tools 1-inch iron to create waves in alternating patterns to change up the look.

Texturized Mid-Length Haircut

Texturized Mid-Length Haircut hairstyleInstagram @withlove.hunter

Q&A with style creator, Chelsi Freeborn
Senior Stylist / Blonding Specialist @ Hunter Hair Studio in Seattle, WA


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as a texturized mid-length haircut. It has layers that are shorter in the back and longer in front (like an inverted bob), but the length falls right above the chest. In order for it to work for her, I needed to create movement around her face.

This is the perfect haircut for heart shaped faces, for people growing out their lobs, or people that have too much weight hanging in the front.

My favorite part is the disconnected face-framing! It helps to have something open up around her jawline, while also creating a swooping effect around the forehead. This really balances out heart shapes. Having facial framing that is disconnected like this allows her to get away with having the rest of the hair long in front whether it’s in a bob, a mid-length cut, or long hair with layers.

She has the versatility of having the length she loves with texturized layers so she doesn’t feel weighed down. The face-framing in front helps balance out the layers in the back. Voila! There is movement even when the hair is styled straight.

Any advice for someone considering it?

Consider the type of hair you have! This client has medium density but finer textured hair. Her natural curl pattern is slightly wavy. The texturizing is necessary for her hair to look weightless, but may not be the best option for thinner hair (the layers won’t show up), or curly hair (too much texturizing becomes frizz).

Consider your face shape! This look is best on heart shaped faces, however oval face shapes can pull off most haircuts, including this one. If you have more of a diamond shaped face, take the facial framing higher and blend it all the way down instead of disconnecting. This will accentuate the cheekbones!

This client’s lifestyle is just like her haircut, lived-in. She’s a first grade teacher who doesn’t have time to focus on styling perfectly. This haircut can be styled using R+Co Prep Spray, Blowout Cream. and a quick blow dry. You could also throw a few curls in and top it off with some R+Co Shine & Texture spray. The hair will be perfectly imperfect with a ton of movement either way!

Most importantly, TRUST YOUR STYLIST. Sometimes we love a photo of someone else and become too invested in trying to look like what we see in a photo rather than bringing out our own best features. Your stylist will know what is best for you and will give you a style that brings out your best features and not someone else’s.

Shoulder Length Layers and Sweepy Bangs

Shoulder Length Layers and Sweepy Bangs hairstyleInstagram @geekycuts

Q&A with style creator, Timothy Hays
Level 4 Stylist @ Salon Red in Candler Park, GA


How would you describe this look?

This is a medium/shoulder length look with long layers and a long, sweepy bang.

Any advice for someone considering it?

This is a cut that should style well without too much effort.

To style this look, I like to use Bumble and bumble Thickening Spray at the roots. Blow dry the bangs back and forth to break up the cowlicks, then lift and blow dry at the roots for extra body.

Collarbone Length Blunt Cut

Collarbone Length Blunt Cut hairstyleInstagram @alex_fromsenoj

Q&A with style creator, Alex Moffitt
Apprenticing Designer @ Senoj Salon in Bloomington, IN


How would you describe this look?

This is a collarbone length blunt cut with minimal layers for added texture, coupled with a sassy curved babydoll bang.

My favorite part of this cut is the bang! I find that bangs that are styled to lay straight across the forehead are a bold look. It’s essentially a visual representation of this client’s individual personality.

Any advice for someone considering it?

A blunt cut with layers is a pretty easy style and maintain, regardless of your hair texture. What you need to think about when choosing this look are the bangs. Bangs can be fickle and sometimes require a lot of attention. Bangs are great for those who want a bold look and are willing to maintain them!

If a client wants to replicate this smooth straight look, they need to take into consideration their natural texture and normal hair routine. For those who have naturally wavy/curly hair or even a cowlick, they will most likely need to iron their hair every time they style.

Fun To The Max

Fun To The Max hairstyleInstagram @kasey_erokhin

Q&A with style creator, Kasey Erokhin
Junior Stylist @ Salotto Salon & Blowdry Lounge in Rancho Bernardo, CA


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as fun to the max! It was important for me to provide as much movement to the hair as possible with this cut. Our vision was easy, sexy, shaggy and care-free hair.

My favorite part about the haircut was how each layer curled with a wand. It was as though it danced around the face! TEXTURE TEXTURE TEXTURE!

Any advice for someone considering it?

When you think about getting bangs and textured layers, think about all the fun you’ll have styling it! I used R+Co Park Avenuw blowout balm to give this cut some control and sass. Once the hair was wanded, I had the client tilt her head upside down so I could spray Outer Space flexible hairspray from R+Co as I worked my hands through the hair. This is a super fun and easy way to create volume and definition for the waves.

This cut is for your inner rocker and disco queen. Take this bangin’ cut from a day at the office with sleek straight layers to full of volume for nighttime fun!

Textured Long Bob

Textured Long Bob hairstyleInstagram @chrisrossonhair

Q&A with style creator, Chris Rosson
Hairstylist @ Taboo Salon in Los Angeles, CA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a textured lob or long bob haircut. My favorite thing about this cut is all of the texture that was cut into the interior of the haircut.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

This look was styled with a thickening spray applied to wet hair before drying, then finished with a 1 1/4-inch curling iron and texturing spray for separation and definition.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is universally flattering. The length is something that works for most women. We added a side swept fringe to make this look fit her personal style.

Lived-In Lob

Lived-In Lob hairstyleInstagram @hairforbuddha

Q&A with style creator, Kate Spinks
Owner / Operator @ Hair For Buddha in Erina, NSW, Australia


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a lived-in lob! It is a beautiful, shoulder-length style that is slightly longer at front with textured layers in the back for movement. It is a great length to still pull up off your face and into a ponytail to wear to the gym.

I love this versatility of either wearing it straight and sleek or with a lived-in wave. Take your pick!

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

Eleven Australia products are a must-have! I can’t go past Hydrate My Hair Moisture Duo shampoo and Conditioner.

Their Miracle Hair Treatment can be applied after showering and used as a stand alone for controlling frizz and delivering moisture to hair. Their Sea Salt Spray is a texture spray added over the top of your miracle hair treatment to give hair beachy texture with volume and thickness. The Give Me Hold Flexible Hairspray is used to finish off the hair because it is a great workable hairspray that doesn’t weigh the hair down.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I recommend for this look for a heart shaped face to soften the strong jawline and to enhance killer cheekbones. It will give those with dead straight hair a little texture and movement which is great. It is also idea for curly haired clients to wear with their lived-in curl. This style is fun and cheeky!

Textured Ashy Lob

Textured Ashy Lob hairstyleInstagram @shaylalynn

Q&A with style creator, Shayla Lynn
Senior Stylist @ Ricci Hair Co. in Edmonton, AB


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would describe this on-trend look as a textured ashy lob. It’s a balayage technique with her natural hair color acting as a shadow root.

My favorite thing about this look is how fashion forward it is without being a totally scary change. This client came in with longer hair and a golden tone and we really refreshed her with this cut and new cool tone.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I use a 1-inch flat iron to add waves while keeping the ends straight to give that added texture. My favorite styling products for this look are the new Kevin Murphy Bedroom.Hair and Smooth.Again heat protectant.

To maintain this blonde, you should definitely be using a purple conditioner. My favorite is Kevin Murphy Blonde Angel Treatment. Make sure to pair it with a reconstructing shampoo like Kerastase Bain De Force.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

The color in this look is a little more edgy and harder for everyone to wear, but talk to your stylist about how bright you can go and what tones are best for your skin. It’s a very low maintenance and versatile technique that can be toned down to match your lifestyle.

The great thing about this cut is that it’s wearable for anyone. A lob is a lower commitment way to cut your hair into something on trend. If you have very curly hair, I would stay away from a blunt lob.

Flattering In-Between Hair

Q&A with style creator, Stacey Guerra
Stylist @ Butterfly Studio Salon in New York, NY


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I call this the fresh and effortless! I love that it’s a fun and flattering way to embrace the in-between length. Clients often don’t like their “in between length”, but this breaks the rules!

The cut is shorter than long hair and longer than short hair. This length is perfect for someone who is ready to transition away from longer hair, but doesn’t want anything too drastic. It’s a great option for taking a leap and transforming yourself with a new signature ‘do while playing it a bit safe.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

First I used Shu Uemura’s Ample Angora volumizing light foam mousse to give the hair texture. I roughly pre-dried the hair to about 80% dry, then used a round brush to create soft waves. To finish off the style, I applied Oribe’s Fiber Groom and Dry Texturizing Spray creating a second-day hair look that enhances the cut. It’s not quite bedhead because it’s a little more polished, but not overly perfect.

If you’re not the savvy type when it comes to blow drying your way to a wavy look with a round brush, a curling wand or 1 1/4-inch curling iron will give it the same effect.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

The low maintenance length and style works for most face shapes. Because medium hair can mean so many things, it is among the most versatile and popular options because it can be customized in so many ways. The midi look is having a moment as a trend and is highly requested by clients who want to change it up, but are seeking a “safe” change.

Match your chop with sunkissed, natural-looking highlights like these painted by master colorist Keith Bocklet to soften your look for the ultimate effortless hair statement this season.

1. Swept Away

The glamour styles are really coming back on trend and this cute style is really easy to do. Big ringlets cascade around the perimeter to add softness and smoothing a medium sized section back really makes the face pop.

A medium length hairstyle for a heart shaped face

How to Style:

  1. Drop down a medium section of hair by your neck and clip the rest of your hair up to make it easier for styling.
  2. Take small pieces of hair from the section you dropped down and curl with a larger sized curling iron (about 1 – 1 ½ “).
  3. Spray entire curled section with hairspray and then drop down another section and curl. Continue this process until your entire head is curled.
  4. Flat iron your bangs forward to smooth.
  5. Being careful as to not break up any of your curls, take a top section of hair and secure back into pins.

Recommended Products:
I enjoy using a flexible hold hairspray for curls so they don’t look too stiff. Try Healthy Sexy Hair’s Soy Touchable Weightless Flexible Hold Hairspray before and after curling. The ingredients in the spray are softening and heat protecting.

Best Hair Type and Face Shape:
Heart shaped faces benefit from this style because the curls help fill in volume around the narrow jaw line. Thin to thick textured haired can definitely try this style out.

Tip: Try purchasing a curling iron with different heat temperature settings so you can control the heat. If you have thin fine hair you won’t need scorching temperatures that may burn your hair. I love ceramic curling irons from Jilbere.

2. Rich Ringlets

A deep side part, lovely ringlets, and reddish highlights are the ingredients that make this style fresh and interesting. Even though there are no bangs or tons of layers, the exaggeration of other elements make this style fun and in style.

A heart face shape with curly medium hair

How to Style:

  1. Part your hair deep to one side and comb through.
  2. Prep your hair with a heat protectant and then section out a bottom section of hair.
  3. Use a 1” sized curling iron and curl the pieces of the dropped down section until entire section is curled.
  4. Then drop down another section of hair and repeat until the entire head is curled. When curling focus on curling the ends rather than the roots so you get a smoother look at the roots as shown in the picture.

Recommended Products:
Start by using Prive’s Shine Serum throughout the hair before curling to add shine and protection. For a flexible hold hairspray try Paul Mitchell’s Super Clean Light Hold Finishing Spray. It is an aerosol spray that you can use before and after each curl to keep it soft and in place.

Best Hair Type and Face Shape:
Curls work great for heart shaped faces because they add volume around the chin and help balance out your shape. Medium to thick textured hair is best for this style.

Tip: If your hair doesn’t hold curl well throughout the day, pack a small travel sized hairspray in your purse for touch ups.

3. Tousled Tendrils

This beautiful style looks glamorous and sophisticated with its full-bodied shape and side swept bangs. Making the curls tousled and not perfect adds a new dimension and a look of effortlessness.

Medium Hairstyles For Heart Shaped Faces

How to Style:

  1. Part your hair to one side and blow dry hair with a round brush or paddle brush to smooth.
  2. When hair is completely dry section out the very top layer or bangs with a hair clip. Use a 1” sized barrel curling iron and curl your entire head.
  3. When you are done curling spray with a light hold hairspray or texture spray.
  4. Then put a small amount of serum in your hands, rub, and pull through the curls to break them up a bit and make them look loose.
  5. Remove the clip from the top section you left out and use a flat iron to smooth and flip back over the curls to blend in.

Recommended Products:
Try Kerastase’s Double Force Hairspray for medium hold after your curl. Spray and scrunch to add the fun whimsical texture. Then run a serum through with your hands like Redken’s Glass.

Best Hair Type and Face Shape:
This style minimizes a wide forehead that happens on heart shaped faces by pulling long bangs or layers over from the side. The voluminous curls help to balance the narrow jaw line and make this style perfect for heart shaped faces. This style probably would not work on girls with extremely fine hair.

Tip: If your long bangs or layers are weighing you down in the front, use a cute clip or bobby pin to help keep them up and to the side and not in your face. 

4. Angled Bob

The bob has been around for decades and this long a-line style is still popular in 2012. By adding funky pastel colors and texture bans and layers, this style will for sure be a head turner.

Angled Bob Medium Hairstyles For Heart Shaped Faces Angled Bob Medium Hairstyles For Heart Shaped Faces Side View

How to Style:

  1. Put the appropriate styling products in your hair after getting out of the shower and towel drying.
  2. Use your blow dryer to remove most of the moisture in your hair and then section off medium sized section, starting at your nape.
  3. Take your blow dryer and a medium sized round brush and blow dry each section dropping a new section down after the last one is completely dry.
  4. Blow dry hair under or out depending on the look you are going for.
  5. Blow dry your bangs forward and the side to finish off the look.

Recommended Products:
Use a mousse of foam right on toweled dried hair before you blow dry to amp up the volume. I love using foams on fine hair like Wella’s Enrich Bouncy Foam. Foams are lighter than a mousse and are less likely to weigh your hair down throughout the day.

Best Hair Type and Face Shape:
Long bangs that come forward and to the side help hide a wide heart shaped forehead. Keeping the length a bit longer in the front also helps balance out the face shape. Most hair types and textures can pull this off. Girls with curls may find difficulty in flat ironing their hair this smooth so keep that in mind when consulting with your stylist.

Tip: Bringing in two photos of the same haircut or style to your stylist will help a lot. Having photos of the cut from different angles will help you both get a better understanding of what’s going on with the haircut.

5. Simple Sophistication

I’m in love with this style for its beautiful length and simple styling. This look is also a great example of a shorter haircut that has ombre hair coloring – so on trend right now! Simple, natural shapes and colors that are healthy and shiny are what 2012 is all about.

A medium wavy hairstyle for a heart face

How to Style:

  1. Blow dry hair with a round brush or paddle brush to smooth.
  2. When hair is completely dry take a 1” barrel curling iron and take medium sized vertical sections of hair, starting at the face, and curl back and away from your face.
  3. When you are done curling spray with a light hold hairspray or texture spray. Try not to touch your hair too much so the curls stay in their original shape.

Recommended Products:
Use Kerastase’s Oleo Relax while wet to protect your hair from heat and tame down frizz. Then try L’Oreal’s Elnett Satin Extra Strong Hold Hair Spray. Spray lightly after you finish curling to secure hair in place.

Best Hair Type and Face Shape:
These soft curls are full of volume around the chin making them great for heart shaped faces. This style is great for all hair types.

Tip: Think about your wardrobe before choosing any style. Are your clothes more alternative, conservative, colorful, or simple? Look for clues in your clothes to help aid you in choosing a hairstyle. Feel free to think outside the box but oftentimes starting in your closet can help.

6. Healthy Strands

Healthy shiny hair is always in style and this fabulous mid-length cut is a great example. There are long layers in the cut that help add movement but always consider using color to help enhance your style as well. The deep rich tones in the hairstyle definitely take this simple style up a notch.

A healthy medium length haircut

How to Style:

  1. Use your blow dryer and a paddle brush to smooth and remove moisture from your hair.
  2. When hair is almost dry use controlled movements with the paddle and blow-dryer to part hair over and smooth until hair is completely dry.

Recommended Products:
Pureology Glossing Mist is fabulous for adding shine. Spray on hair before or after flat ironing and run through with an iron or your fingers. You can also put this product on wet hair for ultimate smoothing and shine.

Best Hair Type and Face Shape:
The key elements for heart shaped faces are sweeping bangs and appropriately cut layers. This style is perfect for thin to thick hair with straight to wavy texture.

Tip: Use a dry shampoo on day two of this style to help your look last. The dry shampoo has a powdery texture to help absorb oils or grease in your hair. 

7. Chiseled Layers

This adorable cut frames the face beautifully with chiseled layers in the front and longer layers throughout. An extreme part also helps frame the face and create a fun shape. This is also a fabulous, amazing example of a rich red color. Reds and copper colors are very on trend for 2012. This particular photo shows a deeper base with subtle copper highlighting throughout to help create movement and depth.

How To Style:

  1. Use your blow dryer to remove most of the moisture in your hair and then section off medium sized section, starting at your nape.
  2. Take your blow dryer and a medium sized round brush and blow dry each section dropping a new section down after the last one is completely dry.
  3. Blow dry your hair under to create this particular style.
  4. Really pull hair up and back when you reach the top sections of your add for optimal volume.
  5. Use a flat iron to really smooth your bangs forward and to the side.

Recommended Products:
Whenever you blow-dry or use heat on your hair you will want to use some sort of protecting product. You can use Moroccan Oil’s Signature Treatment Serum in your hair wet and dry to protect hair from heat, humidity, frizz, and more.

Best Face Shapes & Hair Types:
Heart shaped faces rejoice! The layers are cut to add visual interest around a narrower chin and full side bangs minimize a wider forehead.

Tip: Use the flat iron to help flick under any pieces that didn’t quite make the cut with your blow dryer. Flat iron quickly so as not to burn or damage any strands.

8. Textured Curls

Shoulder length curls look beautiful in any color but this rich chocolate is gorgeous. Curls are great for creating the illusion of highlights as the light bounces off all the different layers of hair making it totally multi-dimensional.

Medium hairstyle with chocolate brown hair color

How to Style:

  1. Diffuse naturally curly hair. If you have straight hair, try curling it with a 1” sized barrel curling iron. Spray with hairspray before and after each piece to really keep the curl tight.
  2. When you are finished curling, spray your entire head of curls again with hairspray and scrunch up with your fingers to add texture.
  3. Keep hair parted to the side and curl the front bang piece up and away from your face.

Recommended Products:
Use Redken Curl Wise 14 Curl Defining Cream For Coarse Hair to enhance your curls and lock ‘em in. Use some hairspray while wet and dry to help tame frizz. Try BigSexyHair Spray and Play Volumizing Hair Spray.

Best Hair Type and Face Shape:
Brow framing layers and jaw balancing curls help this style become a great choice for heart shaped faces. This style is great for wavy to curly hair, thick or thin.

Tip: Always make sure you blow-dryer comes with a diffuser or ask a sales rep to help you find one that will attach to your dryer model.

9. Star Struck

Reese is stunning in this shoulder sweeping hairstyle. The side sweeping bangs soften and frame her face with blunt ends and slight layering keep the fullness to this cut. Reese is the classic example of a heart shaped face and she shows how effortless it is to look fabulous.

Reese Witherspoon's medium length hairstyle

How to Style:

  1. Blow dry your entire head with a paddle brush to remove all the moisture.
  2. Keep your part deep and to the side for a pretty side swept look.
  3. Keep hair straight and use a flat iron if you need to for any pieces that still look a little rough.

Recommended Products:
This style is not completely sleek, it has a fun texture to it that you can achieve by spraying in Prive’s Texture Spray. It has a light hold but a waxy finish to really amp up your style.

Best Hair Type and Face Shape:
Heart shaped faces are best balanced with side swept bangs and volume around the chin. This style is full around her jaw line making it perfect for her face shape.

Tip: Don’t box yourself into one particular face shape. All faces are different so ask your stylist what they think will look best on you.