Heart-shaped faces have the most width at the cheek, eye, and forehead areas, with a narrow to pointy chin. Sometimes they will also have a higher forehead.
Oblong faces are as long as they are wide. Straight sides, a high forehead, and larger than average distance between the bottom of the lip and the tip of the chin are common attributes of the oblong face.
Oval-shaped faces are generally balanced: the length is greater than the width.
Round faces are as wide as they are long, but with soft, rounded edges.
Square-shaped faces have a strong jawline that’s wide at the chin, and cheeks appear flatter.