Face Shape Haircut Mistakes
Should you cut fringe like Christina Ricci? See if your haircut is flattering your face
What suits your shape: Most styles will suit you. (Lucky!) "Everything we do to flatter heart, round or square faces is meant to make them look more oval-shaped," Buckett says.
From straight, sleek styles to Diana Ross-inspired masses of curls
Medium: Kate Winslet
A one-length cut with subtle layers in front and on the sides is truly versatile, and switching from a middle to a deep side part complements waves or straight strands
Short: Eva Longoria
A chin-length, side-parted bob like Eva wore earlier this year -- worn wavy or straight -- works on most women, regardless of the shape of the face.