Let's try this. First, draw two oval shapes: one for the head and one below for the jaw. Then, draw some guide lines for the face and ears, which will be done later, and then do the same with some features of the face, such as the neck, the nose, the lips and the eyes. Try to draw everything separately to implement each element correctly on the face. These guide lines will help you determine the basic proportion of each facial feature. Now, refine the features according to these proportions. If it's for satirical or comical purposes, the cartoon style usually tends to exaggerate some features of the character that is being drawn, but there should also be an adequate balance between the height and the size of the eyes, or the shape of the lips, for example. Additionally, you can find thousands of templates on Freepik, which can act as a starting point to create your own style in your favorite graphics software.