Hairstyles for Round Faces – The Do’s and Don’ts

Women with round faces often fret over suitable hairstyles as their main aim is to camouflage the chubbiness of their face. However, it is likely that they may end up choosing an inappropriate hairstyle and become even more frustrated. To avoid this situation, it is essential to know which hairstyle you should carry and which ones are ‘Nay’ for your round face cut.

Women with round faces often fret over suitable hairstyles as their main aim is to camouflage the chubbiness of their face. However, it is likely that they may end up choosing an inappropriate hairstyle and become even more frustrated. To avoid this situation, it is essential to know which hairstyle you should carry and which ones are ‘Nay’ for your round face cut.

Long Hair for a Slim Look

If your hair are long, don’t make them short because length of your hair conceals roundness of your face. Long hair, whether straight or wavy, both work for a chubby face. In addition, long hair work as a curtain as they significantly overcome the round shape of your face.

If you have a round face, wearing center part can be a bad idea, and if you really want to wear it, allow the layers to hit your jaw line.

Short Hair & Round Face, Not a Big Trouble

Not everyone keeps long hair. Some feel more comfortable with shorter hair, but the fact is short hair doesn’t go well with round structures. However, don’t feel discouraged or disappointed because a long bob haircut can save you from looking fat. However, it is essential that your hair length goes a few inches below the chin.

Another idea to camouflage round face with short hair is to have side-swept bangs or long bangs.

Those who have short hair and round face should avoid short haircuts such as jaw-length bobs, and if they can’t keep or grow long hair, bangs and layers are a good rescue.

Managing Curls with Round Face

Curly hair aren’t an issue if they go down below the chin, but if you have curls and your hair length is short it will only add more breadth to the sides of your face.

The Not too Long, Not too Short Hair

Hair that is neither short nor long are shoulder-length hair which go with all types of face cuts. So, if your face is round, and you can’t manage either of the lengths, the shoulder-length hair styles will be best for you.

Updos, Nay or Yay?

Updos and tying your hair at the back of your head won’t flatter the roundness of tour face. They will, in fact, make you look rounder. Updos, however, aren’t a bad idea if you wear them with some lift at the top.

These are some dos and don’ts that can save you from choosing wrong hairstyles and can help you in selecting the right ones. However, before you make up your mind, you should consult an expert hairstylist who can further assist you in enhancing your looks. The suggestions of a hairstylist before hair makeover are crucial.

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