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For most women the length of their morning routine depends on whether or not they need to wash and style their hair.
But the expert stylists at Barney Martin in Sydney have shared a range of industry secrets to help you choose the best cut for your face shape - which in turn will minimise the amount of upkeep it needs.
Alarm - Minutes - Day
So you'll be able to snooze that alarm for an extra 15 minutes each day.
Hairstyle - Shape
Nearly every hairstyle flatters this shape.
'Finding a style that works for your hair texture is the most important thing,' the salon told FEMAIL.
Styles - Colours - Salon - Alexa - Chung
'One of the most requested styles and colours in the salon is Alexa Chung. Pretty much any face shape and hair type works with the layered shag style and oval face shape.
'She has a long grown out fringe which can be adapted for most hair types and face shapes. It's a great cut for anyone that is time poor as a spritz with some sea salt spray is all you need to get you out the door looking styled.'
ROUND - SHAPE
These shapes should avoid anything that puts emphasis on the face width.
Fringes - Layers - Face
'So strong fringes and layers around the face should be avoided,' they suggest.
'Opt for something below your chin. With curly or wavy hair, going too short may add more width to your face. Short styles with volume on top will elongate your face.'
HEART - SHAPE
'Try to draw attention to your eyes and cheekbones with a fringe or width in the sides of the hair,' they explain.
Jawline - Cut
'Heart-shaped faces generally have a stronger jawline so opt for a cut that will soften it.'
Hair - Face - Look
The longer your hair is the longer it will make your face look.
'It's often best to go with shorter styles or those that have plenty...
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