Mens’s Haircuts and Hairstyles at Shelley’s Salon in Bridgend
At Shelley’s Salon, we pride ourselves on providing a high quality service to all our male clients. Whether you require a some traditional male grooming, a classic, creative or modern haircut – our team of qualified barbers and stylists are here to offer you advice on current men’s hair trends and which one would best suit you.
What Our Male Clients Say…
“With such a professional and Comfortable atmosphere , always willing to accommodate my busy schedule and great advise given regarding hair products . I wish I had found this salon years ago!”
(Ronnie Huxford – ‘Those Damn Crows’ Drummer & Co-Owner BRIDGEND Tattoo Studio)
Male Face Shapes – What Face Shape Do You Have?
Our stylists who will consider your face shape, hair type and lifestyle during your initial consultation. The importance of face shape can’t be overlooked – and should be one of the main influences when selecting your style! Find out what type of face shape you have below;
Oval Face: If you have an oval shaped face then lucky you! Oval faces suit nearly all hair styles because of their proportions and symmetry. Avoid full length fringes as they can make your oval face look round.
Square Face: Traditionally perceived as a strong rugged face shape. Softer styles are best to balance square faces and again, full length heavy fringes are not recommended.
Round Face: Round faces tend to be hard to choose hair styles for – they tend to lack in strong features and so you do not want hair that will detract too strongly from your face. Try to avoid hair coming onto the face as this will only make it look rounder.
Oblong Face: This face shape suits the vast majority of styles, however there are some ‘no-nos’ – try to avoid short hair on the sides or swept back hair on top as this will make your face look long.
Triangle: This is the hardest face shape to choose a style for. In order to balance a wide jaw line we recommend long hair with plenty of layers.
Diamond: Men with diamond face shaped sometimes tend to look gaunt – in order to avoid this we recommend longer hair with some shape around the face.
Heart: A longer hair style will balance a heart shaped face. If you would like a shorter style then we would recommend perhaps growing some facial hair even the face.