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northmansgirl asked:

05 Jan 2011

Haircut for a round chubby face and THICK shoulder lenghth hair?

I'm a teen and I am hair challenged! I've worn my hair strictly in a boring pony tail for 2 straight years. My hair is really thick and I hate managing it. I have straight hair, but it gets kind of puffy if I don't straighten which takes a long time. So I need a haircut that I will like wearing down and will look natural, not crazy, and is fairly easy to manage and not much styling necessary.

Also, I am truly hair challenged and have no idea about hair products or styling, or even wearing an flattering pony tail, so if anyone can suggest something to keep my hair more flat without straightening it it would be much appreciated.

Oh, wow, I sound picky! I'm just really scared of wearing my hair down.

I found this picture but I have no idea.

Thanks so much, anything is helpful!




ollieb says:

Posted on 05 Jan 2011

Um.. here are some good examples:

Try-- hairstyles with fullness and height at the crown. Off center parts help reduce roundness of the face. Short hair styles with a swept-back direction or hair styles that are longer than chin length are good as well. You can layer the top to achieve fullness and keep the rest of the cut relatively close to the face, this makes your round face shape appear longer and narrower.

Avoid-- chin length hair with a rounded line that mirrors face’s round shape. Center parts tend to accentuate roundness. Also, avoid styles with short-short crops, or straight "chopped" bangs. Fullness at side of ears also accentuates the round shape. A rounded haircut ending at the chin will certainly add weight to your already round face shape. Because the widest part of your face is at the cheeks and ears, you need to avoid having the fullness of the cut here, as it will make your face appear wider.

Hope this was helpful :)


samluv95 says:

Posted on 28 Jan 2011


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