kaylah-raye asked:

your last answer really helped! if you can, could you please give me some other haircuts for oval shaped faces? i loved the side bang one on that model, but i just don't think it would suit me. thanks (: <3

haircutsandcolors answered:

I’m sorry that the last post didn’t help on the cut! I especially like the straight bang because it shortens the face a little bit an makes it appear smaller and it’s also a really trendy cut! :)image

The middle part is hard to pull off but if you’re willing to grow your bangs out at all they look amazing on oval shaped faces!image

Last is kind of a mix between side and straight bang and it looks absolutely adorable on an oval face plus it’s the best of both worlds! :)




Hot Pink and Plum Brown Stacked Eyeliner Tutorial (Super Quick!)

If you already wear eyeliner on a daily basis, this is a super quick way to step up your game and add a streak of color but still keep things wearable for work or school.

It’s sort of the reverse of what I did in a previous stacked liner tutorial here, and it is probably easier to get more precision and intensity.


You will only need:

  1. A dark pencil liner of your choice. This can be brown, black, navy, plum, etc. I used a plum from Clinique called Intense Aubergine.
  2. A bright colored liquid liner of your choice; it can be matte, metallic, or glitter. Anything! I’m using a hot coral pink from Maybelline’s Hyper Glossy Liquid Liner line, called “Hot Pink”.

There are only 3 steps, and they’re all above. No lengthy text! Any colored liner you pop on over the dark color will add some vavavoom without looking over the top. (And the dark pencil liner acts as a “guiding line” for the liquid.)

One tip: Before applying the liquid liner, make sure you take off any excess on the back of your hand. You can build up the color if there’s not enough. It’s much harder to control the brush if you have too much product on it at the start.