Best Hairstyles for Heart-Shaped Faces Every Pinay Can Try

Got a heart-shaped face? Check out this roundup of our favorite hairstyles for heart-shaped faces so you'll know the best look for you.

Do you notice your forehead being wider and your face tapering down to a slightly pointy chin? If you do, then, you have a beautiful heart-shaped face. Not everyone has this unique feature which is why you should feel lucky because it means you also have well-defined cheekbones. However, with this also comes the challenge of finding the right hairstyle that will complement these nice features. You want to look for ones that can accentuate your beautiful eyes and cheekbones. Don’t worry because we’ve got the best hairstyles for heart-shaped faces that will look good on you. Check these out!

1. Long Side-Swept Bangs

Asian girl is smiling wearing an orange top and one of the hairstyles for heart-shaped faces
Have long, side-swept bangs to frame your heart-shaped face. Credit: Shutterstock

Flatter your heart-shaped face with long side-swept bangs hairstyle. As your forehead tends to be wider, the side-swept fringe balances that off and brings the focus to your eyes.

Editor’s tip: Make sure your long hair looks refreshed and full of life by using VO5 Revive Me Daily Shampoo. It helps lock in moisture, leaving your hair smooth, soft, and shiny. It also works on all hair types! 

2. Long hair with bangs

Asian woman with bangs and half updo hairstyle for heart-shaped faces
Try wispy bangs for a more relaxed look. Credit: Natasha Estelle

Bangs are a good way to cover the forehead which is important to a heart-shaped face. Whether it’s side-swept, curtain, or see-through, bangs always work well. As for the length, this is especially nice if you have long straight hair.

3. Bouncy Pixie Cut

girl wearing a sleeveless top and scarf around her neck is sporting a pixie cut which is one of the hairstyles for heart-shaped faces
A bit of bounce and volume at the top can help give your face balance. Credit: Shutterstock

A bouncy pixie cut is also one of the best hairstyles for heart-shaped faces. As most of the hair can be found at the top of your head, the bangs cover your forehead while showing off your gorgeous cheeks and jawline.

Editor’s tip: Boost your hair’s natural volume by washing it with Dove Oxygen & Nourishment Shampoo and Dove Oxygen & Nourishment Conditioner. This duo can help you get bouncy hair especially if you have flat and limp tresses. 

4. Long Choppy Bob

Asian woman with a choppy bob hairstyle wearing a blue printed dress
Layers and waves also complement a heart-shaped face. Credit: Hariono Halim

This long, choppy bob is definitely a winner because it frames your face and accentuates your cheekbones. The layers at the tip of your hair soften your slightly pointy chin, so go ahead and wear this bob hairstyle for heart-shaped faces.

5. Straight Lob

Closeup shot of a woman with straight long bob wearing a black one-shoulder dress
Go for a sleek lob if you want a simple but sexy look. Credit: indigitalimages.com

A sleek and straight lob can also work with your heart-shaped face. If you’re wearing this ‘do with a center part, let your hair fall on the side of your cheeks to let it frame your face and give it a more balanced shape.

Editor’s tip: Style your straight bob with the help of VO5 Frizz Free Cream. It helps tame frizz so you get a sleek and polished ‘do. It can even act as a heat protectant when you apply it on damp hair before blow-drying. 

6. Short Hair Curls

Asian woman with short curly hair wearing a white top
Short curly hair can complement a heart-shaped face, too. Credit: Hariono Halim

Got natural curls? You’re in luck, because short curly hair can complement a heart-shaped face when you cut and style it correctly. If you’re going for a pixie cut or very short bob, let the top of your hair be thicker so the volume can help veer attention away from your wide forehead and pointy chin.

Editor’s tip: When the stylist cuts your curly hair, it should be when your hair is dry so that he can see where the curls fall. Then, you can style and define your curls using TONI&GUY Volume Plumping Mousse

7. Bob with Side Part

Asian woman with a side-parted short hairstyle for heart-shaped faces
Create a side part to help make your forehead appear less wide. Credit: Shutterstock

This is one of the best hairstyles for heart-shaped faces because it lets a good part of the hair slightly cover your forehead. It is similar to a hairstyle with side-swept bangs—only without the fringe. In the same way, it draws attention to your cheekbones and eyes too.

8. Brushed Back Layered Hair

girl wearing a white top has her hands crossed over her chest while smiling at the camera
Keep your hair’s volume and bounce. Credit: Shutterstock

You don’t always have to cover your forehead when you have a heart-shaped face. You can wear a brushed-back ‘do. Just maintain the bounce and volume so your forehead and chin have some sort of a backdrop instead of being prominent. A layered, shoulder-length hair is perfect for a brushed-back style.

9. Long and Wavy

Asian woman with long wavy hairstyle wearing a long-sleeved gray top
Big waves add glam to your everyday look. Credit: Hariono Halim

Waves are a great accent too, just as layers are. A wavy hairstyle exudes youth, sweetness, and life. Make big waves using a curler with a large barrel if you want a romantic look with subtle glam. You can even add a curly side fringe into the mix!

10. Head Wrap

Woman with long hair with a white head wrap smiling outdoors
Just put on a head wrap on a bad hair day to look chic in a snap. Credit: Shutterstock

Got only a minute to style your hair? Put on a head wrap. Aside from being a pretty hair accessory, a head wrap helps make your forehead less prominent. It’s also great if you’re in the mood for something ’80s.

There are so many hairstyles that you can choose from. The best hairstyles for heart-shaped faces can even be combined to create an even newer look, so feel free to experiment. And most importantly, have fun!

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