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Faith Isaac

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faith_isaac asked:

08 Sep 2009

What kind of hairstyles works with a round face?

Im looking for a hairstyle that fits me, but doesnt make my face look any more round than it is. I'm looking for something thats got a kind of punk rawk/skater girl kinda feel to it. I was thinking of maybe dyeing my hair black then putting in Red highlight or maybe blue. Not really sure. But i know Deffinatly want something thats Punk Rawk(rock)/Skater girl. Thanks for your help!!

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isthereareas0nf0rmetol0vey0u

isthereareas0nf0rmetol0vey0u says:

Posted on 08 Sep 2009





Though there are lots of hairstyles out there, not all of them are meant for your round/chubby/"fat" face shape; in fact if you choose wrong, it could mean all the difference between a flattering new style and a hair disaster.



The main feature of a round face is the circular shape that is wide as long and usually characterized with a round chin and also round hairline.

When choosing a hairstyle your goal is to minimize the roundness of your face - to elongate it.



If you have a double chin, keep the hair around your face above chin level to draw the eyes upwards. The back may be grown a little longer.

One instant trick is to lift up hair at the crown by back-combing sections and spray at the roots. This will create the illusion of a more narrow face.



Keep in mind you want to find a style that you enjoy. There is no point choosing "the perfect style" if it is impossible to maintain, it feels unnatural, or you just don't like wearing it.





Short Haircuts



There are many short hairstyles that would look great on you.

The key is to add height and volume at the top of the head - this way the face will appear longer and slimmer. Also, opt for layers throughout the hair to remove bulk and weight from the sides. Keep the sides close to the face and promote height at the crown.



Be careful with short bob haircuts - your face can look rounder with a bob that falls right to your chin, especially if you were also blessed with a short neck. A few textured layers can really make this cut work.



A short neck can also be elongated by short hairstyles - but make sure it's a style that give height and sweeps off the face. Medium Haircuts



The layered shag is great shape for a round face - provides the right amount of length under the chin, frame and shape the face beautifully. But the greatest thing about this cut is its universality - it works great whether your hair is thick or fine, curly or straight.



It's best to avoid simple and straight hairstyles with full, blunt bangs.

Soft whispy bangs should do the trick, or you can opt to go for no bangs at all.

If you like shoulder length hair, you'll need a haircut with soft, graduated layers. You can also opt for bangs, but make sure they're also layered, longer and side-swept.







Long Haircuts

Long hair can be worn just as easily as short or medium hairstyles - just keep in mind to wear hair "forward" onto your face.

For long hair, getting layers are again the solution. A hairstyle that's long and flat will simply drag the face down - but soft layers are just the ticket to give light frame to a rounder face. Hair can be swept up and away from the face for a stylish hairstyle that's a sure winner.



Wavy hair can also hide roundness. The gentle waves makes round face look narrow.

isthereareas0nf0rmetol0vey0u

isthereareas0nf0rmetol0vey0u says:

Posted on 08 Sep 2009





The face has the widest point at the cheeks and ears. The face is clearly rounded around the chin and hairline.

If you have full cheeks, the wrong haircut can make your face look chubby.

Try cropped styles to give your face more definition or get bangs swept to the side. You could also go for feathered or layered hairstyles.

Celebrities with oval shaped faces are:

Kate Winslet, Hayden Panettiere, Marilyn Monroe.

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isthereareas0nf0rmetol0vey0u

isthereareas0nf0rmetol0vey0u says:

Posted on 08 Sep 2009

option one:

isthereareas0nf0rmetol0vey0u

isthereareas0nf0rmetol0vey0u says:

Posted on 08 Sep 2009

option two:

isthereareas0nf0rmetol0vey0u

isthereareas0nf0rmetol0vey0u says:

Posted on 08 Sep 2009

option three:

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 09 Sep 2009

you'd want to stay away from pulling al lyour hair back from your face. atleast leaving your side bang out and maybe even half your hair down



to get a more elongated look choppy layers and straight hair side bangs rather than full bangs



and get some (just a few on top) foils in a gold color to break up your color and give it more shape

missymm

missymm says:

Posted on 09 Sep 2009

um, i think maybe a lighter brown with blonde highlights would look good on you.

little_miss_sunshine

little_miss_sunshine says:

Posted on 09 Sep 2009

Volume on the top/fringe, sleek/close to your face on the sides and whatever you want on the bottom.

Avoid heavy full fringes and be very careful with center partings.

Side fringe/bangs look good, though if prone to spots get more of a side parting/fringe than complete fringe

Good luck x

myradiosayslala

myradiosayslala says:

Posted on 09 Sep 2009

:)

myradiosayslala

myradiosayslala says:

Posted on 09 Sep 2009

punk

myradiosayslala

myradiosayslala says:

Posted on 09 Sep 2009

:)

myradiosayslala

myradiosayslala says:

Posted on 09 Sep 2009

:)

myradiosayslala

myradiosayslala says:

Posted on 09 Sep 2009

:)

myradiosayslala

myradiosayslala says:

Posted on 09 Sep 2009

;)

myradiosayslala

myradiosayslala says:

Posted on 09 Sep 2009

:)

myradiosayslala

myradiosayslala says:

Posted on 09 Sep 2009

maybe some short messy curls ?

myradiosayslala

myradiosayslala says:

Posted on 09 Sep 2009

:)

myradiosayslala

myradiosayslala says:

Posted on 09 Sep 2009

hope it helps :p

x

cooldog1096

cooldog1096 says:

Posted on 11 Feb 2011

i wanted the same thing so i kinda just got chopped layers that stick out and then get your highlights to make the layers pop out more take little to no gel and separate the layers and scrunch it up it'll make you look really cute

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