The purpose of this study is to understand the morphological characteristics of the image according to the face type and the direction of the parting to determine the degree of the direction and volume of the parting which is suitable for creating an image close to the standard type by supplementing the shortcomings of the face in the case of upstyle. To this end, face types were divided into three types. According to the face type, the mage of the upstyle form was analyzed to clarify matching and preference according to demographic characteristics. The data were collected from April 15 to May 5, 2020, for 350 adults in the Jeollabudo, and 331 questionnaires were used in the final analysis, excluding 19 copies, which were deemed inappropriate. The findings below were obtained by analyzing the harmony and preference of upstyle types by identifying the face types of women. First, for the technical statistics of the match and preference of upstyle by face, the right part was ranked first in both the suitability and preference in terms of how well the shape of the volume of each part of the standard type fits well. It is also observed that Center Parting matching has the highest correlation with center parting preference(r=.675, p<.01). In the round face type, all-back was ranked first, while the right parting was ranked first in preference. For the square type, all-back was ranked first in both matching and preference. Therefore, based on these findings, it was examined that each face shape could be imaged as a standard type, suggesting that they can be used in actual industrial fields.