Jon Renau's easiPart HD Topper one-piece volumizer adds instant thickness and body, clipping in quickly for all-day comfort. The ultra natural feeling HD fiber can be styled with heat and parted in any direction. For extra volume and coverage, choose the new easiPart XL with a larger base construction.
- Fibre: Synthetic Heat-resistant
- Type: Single Monofilament w/PU Perimeter
- Style: Straight
- Length: 12"
- Base: 2.75" x 5"
- Weight: 1.4oz
- Application: Clip-in
- Hair-loss type: Beginning
- Colour Shown: FS6/30/27
Face Shape Style Guide
Your natural face shape speaks volumes about which styles will balance, complement and enhance you, and which won't. A great stylist is a portrait artist framing your face by contrasting opposites, making wide look taller, thin look fuller, and sharper look softer. So let's begin by getting a mirror and having a good look at you. Seven face shapes below offer the key features plus more detailed style info and a dedicated collection featuring many, but not all suitable wigs from our store selection. Although backed by science these style guide rules were made to be broken! If you want to top an oblong face with a 12-inch high mohawk, you go girl!
THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME:
From the top first look at your 1) forehead, then 2) cheekbones, then 3) jawline and 4) the length of your face. Is your forehead narrow, slimmer than your cheeks? Are your cheeks full and your face round, or does a wide chin paint a squarer picture? Are you are heart or diamond kinda girl? With seven basic faces at play you may fall between shapes, eg, oval/triangle/heart), which could make your face so beautifully unique and adaptable you could make a floor mop look sexy!
With a classic square-face the forehead, cheek and jaw are the same width and curves are few and far between. The signature wide jaw is likely your most striking facial feature. Square-faced girls were made for shoulder-length styles, long bangs, curly page-boys below the jawline, and top-heavy pixies with texture and air. The chief aim being to create volume and length with layers, that softens your square with a hint of oval, and not to add volume specifically to the sides.
Otherwise known as Pear-shaped, the Triangle is an endearing combination of a narrow forehead, full cheeks and wide jaw, often more rounded than square. Usually Job 1 is to balance the wider jawline with volume and width above the cheeks to the crown. Almost any top-heavy style can work wonders with layers and texture. Bangs and sideswept styles can add drama exactly where you need it.