Brushing your just dried hair to the front of your face after having parted the middle will give your face a fuller more natural look.
This style goes well with both long and short hair and if you happen to have bangs they will be integrated to the rest of the hair without being naughty and uncompromising. The layers created with emphasize your stunning features. No matter how your face is shaped, be it round, oval, square, heart or long, you will always find a hairstyle and cut to suit you, there may be a few that are not to pleasing but trust me you will find one to suit you. Back to the issue of bangs for a bit, if you have a square face then possibly avoid extensive, thick and dull bangs, which only create more positions on an angular face. Have blunt bangs longer on each side so as to relax the look. Bangs can be an issue of hair texture rather than face shape.
Make sure that the part you create is not overly defined and that there is an element of unruliness to the style. Long hair is far from boring and this style is able to present it as sophisticated yet smart.
Soft natural long hairstyle frames the face with layers down the side of the face emphasizing your natural features.