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Suburb / Postcode
Service / Treatment
Shop 4 22-28 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda 3182
Men's haircuts, Hair Highlights, Hair Toner, Hair Styling, Blow Dry
28 Wembley Av, Yarraville 3013
Children's Haircuts, Hair Styling, Permanent Waves, Hair Repair, Men's haircuts
723 Lower North East Road, Paradise 5075
Blow Wave, Hair Colouring, Hair Foil, Acrylic Nails, Children's Haircuts
19 55 George Street, Parramatta 2150
Ombre, Balayage, Semi Permanent Hair Colour, Men's haircuts, Children's Haircuts
Level 3 199 Clarence Street, Sydney Cbd 2000
Hair Tinting, Hair Foil, Blow Dry, Blow Wave, Men's haircuts
400 Illawarra Rd, Marrickville 2204
Semi Permanent Hair Colour, Barbers, Clipper Cut, Straighteners, Hair Tinting
172A Scarborough Beach Road, Mount Hawthorn 6016
Hair Treatments, Men's haircuts, Hair Styling, Hair Foil, Hair Colouring
3422 Surfers Paradise Boulevard, Surfers Paradise 4217
Hair Colouring, Hair Tinting, Nasal Hair Trimming, Hair Treatments, Clipper Cut
98 Ferguson St, Williamstown 3016
Spider Veins, Lymphatic Drainage, Hair Foil, Shellac Polish, Hair Styling
1004 Beaufort Street, Inglewood 6052
Blow Dry, Hair Toner, Hair Highlights, Permanent Waves, Women's Haircut
398 Rathdowne Street, Carlton North 3054
Men's haircuts, G String Wax, Arm Waxing, Formal Hair, Hair Highlights
8 31 Station Street, Nerang 4211
Skin Treatments, Threading, Leg Waxing, Face Waxing, Waxing
1134 South Rd, Clovelly Park 5042
Hair Styling, Children's Haircuts, Student's Haircuts, Hair Extensions, Blow Dry
Suite 3, 202 Coogee Bay Road, Coogee 2034
Hair Extensions, Head Massage, Hair Repair, Straighteners, Men's haircuts
87 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy 3065
Balayage, Barbers, Hair Toner, Women's Haircut, Blow Dry
75 Pelham Street, Carlton 3053
Men's haircuts, Clipper Cut, Blow Dry, Women's Haircut, Blow Wave
1 127 Military Road, Neutral Bay 2089
Makeup, Spray Tanning and Sunless Tanning, Eyebrow Tint, Face Waxing, Acne Treatments
Shop 6, 211 Main Street, Mornington 3931
Chest Waxing, Hair Styling, Children's Haircuts, Makeup, Gel Nails
631 Sydney Road, Brunswick 3056
Eyebrow and Eyelash Treatments, Formal Hair, Shave, Updos, Hair Toner
15 Saint Mangos Lane, Docklands 3008
Eyelash Perm, Brazilian Waxing, Threading, Hot Towel Shave, Foot Reflexology
95 Elgin Street , Carlton 3053
Women's Haircut, Hair Foil, Men's haircuts, Blow Dry, Blow Wave

Book women's haircut treatments for these cities

Women’s Hairstyles

Every iconic movie makeover from Sandy in Grease to The Princess Diaries involves a chop and change. And we’re not talking about paint-on leather leggings. We’re talking about hair. It is the clothes of the face – one of the first things that people notice about you. Changing your hair is also one of the easiest ways to update your look.

Before you decide whether lop it off or lob it up, it is important to determine your face shape and the weight of your hair. This will help you find a haircut that best frames your features.

Check out our guide to finding the perfect cut, just in time for your next visit to the salon:

The best cut for your face shape

If your face is heart-shaped… The forehead and cheekbones are wider with a narrow jaw line and chin. Spirit Animals: Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Lawrence

Draw attention to your eyes with side-swept bands. This can help to balance out the heart shape. If you want to keep it short and sweet, try a pixie-cut. It basically comes with built-in cheekbones. If you’re going long, keep the hair textured with long layers. It will balance the sharpness of the jaw.

If your face is round… The cheeks are prominent and rounded, and the width and length of the face is equal. Spirit Animals: Selena Gomez, Charlize Theron, Emma Stone

Choose hairstyles that create an illusion of length. If you are keeping it short and sweet, try a long bob (a.k.a. the lob).

Hair that hits the shoulder or collarbone will help to counterbalance the shape and give it structure. If you’re going long, ask your stylist for long, barely there layers at hit at the jawline. This will make your hair appear fuller, not your face.

If your face is square… The jaw is prominent and the chin is square; the forehead and jawline are roughly the same width. Spirit Animals: Megan Fox, Gwyneth Paltrow

You want to soften the angles of the face with waves, curls and the right kind of bangs. Avoid blunt bangs, and opt for a brow-grazing, side-sweeping fringe. If you are keeping it short and sweet , keep it textured. This will balance out the jaw line. If you’re going long, go for just over shoulder-length hair because it will play up your amazing cheekbones.

If your face is oval-shaped… The forehead may be slightly wider than the chin, and the length of the face is about one and a half times the width. Spirit Animals: Jennifer Aniston, Blake Lively

No matter the length, you will look best with layers near your cheekbones, lips or chin. This will help you to highlight your features. A fringe can help create width and balance. Make sure to blend it in properly with the rest of your hair otherwise it can tend to look a little severe.

If you’re keeping it short and sweet, avoid spiky. This can add length to your face. If you are going long, restrain your inner Rapunzel. Super long hair can make an oval face appear longer.

Women’s cuts for thick and fine hair

If your hair is fine… You want to turn up that volume. The right haircut will add body, and an illusion of thickness to your locks. Transform thin hair though texture. Opt for longer layers or embrace your curls. Avoid too many layers around the ends because it can make your hair look thin and wispy.

If your hair is thick… You are the envy of women everywhere. The only problem you may face is that it can be difficult to maintain. Layers can give your long, heavy hair lightness and movement. Start your layers are the jaw to prevent the heaviness of the hair from overpowering your face.

Now that you have found the Rachel to your Jennifer Aniston, we at Bookwell are here to help you book well. That means finding the Chris McMillan to your Jennifer Anniston or the Jen Atkin to your Khloe Kardashian. Good hair? Don’t care.