As the mercury rises, you might start to consider a chin-skimming, neck-baring bob or a closely cropped cut. Take your cues from the A-lister's featured here, and find a silhouette that complements your face frame, not one that competes with it.

Ashley Judd

The added dimension of Ashley's sweet, ear-framing curls draw attention to her eyes and the apples of her cheeks. Use blush and eye highlighters to play up this effect.


Tina Majorino

Former "Veronica Mars" star Tina Majorino wear her tresses in stay-put twists.


Charlize Theron

Beachy waves and sandy, sculpted makeup soften squarer face frames like Charlize Theron's.

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Vanessa Hudgens

If you're growing out your cut, follow Vanessa's lead and use sculpting pomade to experiment with different slicked-back styles.


Milla Jovovich

Women with more prominent chins and slender mugs like the beautiful Milla Jovovich should try a cropped cut that hits below the ear to add width to their face frame.


January Jones

For black-tie events, try January's current signature look of softly-coiled, retro-inspired sections. Just remember to wind your hair away from your face as you use a one-inch curling iron to avoid any 1980s perm flashbacks.

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Kathleen Robertson

Robertson ups the glam factor of her shorter style by curling her asymmetrical chin-length section and rocking a bold red lip.


Tilda Swinton

Women with more angular cheekbones like Tilda Swinton can play with volumized hair bases to soften their look.


Morena Baccarin

A sky-high styling means that dainty TV star Morena Baccarin gets a vertical boost. Manicured arches also help to anchor stronger statement looks like this one.

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Ginnifer Goodwin

Women with wider faces like Ginnifer can experiment with finger-wave bangs to emphasize prominent cheekbones without making their mugs look fuller.


Jane Fonda

If you crave thicker strands, do as Jane Fonda does, and use a combination of highlights and lowlights to add extra depth to structured layers.


Evan Rachel Wood

Wood manages her short strands by twisting sections of alternating width and securing them with open-ended bobby pins.

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