This ultra-short hairstyle with short layers and a side-swept bang can help balance the length of a long face.
A classic bob that ends just below the chin can create the illusion of width and add symmetry to a long face shape.
A short bob with one side slightly longer than the other can soften the angles of a long face and add visual interest.
A short bob paired with wispy, face-framing bangs can soften the forehead and length of a long face.
A layered lob (long bob) with textured ends can add volume and movement, creating a flattering frame for a long face.
A short, curly bob can add volume and create a visually appealing balance to a long face shape.
Side-swept bangs combined with shaggy layers can help break up the length of a long face and add texture.
A spiky pixie cut with textured layers can add height and dimension, diverting attention from the length of a long face.
This cropped haircut with plenty of texture and choppy layers can create the illusion of width and bring balance to a long face.
For those who want a bold and edgy look, a short faux hawk with shaved sides and longer hair at the center can create the illusion of width and add a unique style to a long face shape.