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Face shape and hair help

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When I was young I would always get a marine hair cut as my father was in the corps, that went on until I was around 12 I grew my hair long and only recently I started cutting it short but the problem is I have no idea what hair looks good on me or how to style it right.
a few pictures here
http://i862.photobucket.com/albums/a...to08070110.jpg
http://i862.photobucket.com/albums/a...08070109_3.jpg
http://i862.photobucket.com/albums/a...08070109_1.jpg
http://i862.photobucket.com/albums/a...to08070109.jpg
sorry the pictures suck but ill take a new one if i need to.
so what hairstyles would look good with my face, and what is my face shape anyways? examples would be nice
 

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Your face is.....round, I guess. A little on the pudgy side. The way it is now you kind of look much younger than you probably are, because your face is so pudgy. Maybe you should try growing your hair long again? With your eyebrows you almost look like David Krumholtz:
 

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Originally Posted by TobinMarcus
Dude. You know he looks just like Spencer Rice.
Great show. Funny as hell !!!!!!!


That actually crossed my mind.
 

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