Best haircut for round faces


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ASYMMETRICAL

Best haircut for round faces

“A round face looks really good with an uneven cut, meaning a mix of lengths,  “If you add a deep side part and long, side-swept bangs, you’ll look slimmer.” Use a light finishing cream, such as Ojon AnimatedVolumizing Cream, to coax—and keep—bangs to the side.


LONG LAYERS

“If you want to wear a center part, the way to make it work for a round face is to have hair a few inches past your shoulders with layers that hit at the jaw,””Ask your stylist to cut in a bit on the sides to create subtle angles,”  Prevent short layers from frizzing, which can add bulk around your face, by smoothing on a silicone serum like Garnier FructisSleek & Shine Anti-Frizz Serum.

SLEEK PONYTAIL

 

An easy way to add definition is with a sleek ponytail secured at—or above—the height of your ears,  The key? Keeping your hair smooth opposed to big and bouncy, which can add bulk.  a light lotion (try HerCut The Ponytail Stying Lotion) on dry hair before pulling it back.

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PIECEY BOB

 

The key to wearing hair above the shoulders is styling it imprecisely,  It’s a soft, layered cut worn intentionally mussed.” Use a thickening spray like Samy Fat Hair 0Calories Thickening Spray and a round brush on damp hair “to add a bit of movement and wave.”

DEFINED PIXIE

Try a pixie suggests Paul. “All those little pieces help emphasize the cheekbones and eyes; it’s almost as if you build in cheekbones with this cut.” Apply a pomade (we like Bumble and BumbleSumotech) to damp hair for definition and texture.

ANGLED BOB

 

“Try long, dramatic layers that sweep along the chin, and a shortening of the hair as you go back to the nape of the neck This cut gives you structure and angles. The hard lines of it balance out the soft lines of a round face.” Use a voluming spray, such as Oscar BlandiVolume Volumizing Spray, to add body at the roots for extra slimming, but be wary of adding any at the sides—that can widen the face.

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