If you are like many women out there and have been gifted a round face, there are specific hairstyles for round face shapes that will make you look more beautiful.
But before we proceed to give you hairstyle ideas, here’s an important question…
Are you sure you have a round face?
To make sure that you are going to get your best look with these hairstyle tips, it’s important that you first make sure you have a round face.
One simple way is to put your hair into a ponytail and go in front of the mirror. Then draw the outline of your face on the mirror with a lip stick around your face. Then step back and see what shape it is more similar to.
Here is a list of face shapes to help you see which one your face drawing is more similar to…
Another great technique to see if your face is really round is to ask other people like your friends or family members to guess your face shape. Since they will have an outsider’s look, they can say more accurately.
OK, so now that you are sure you have a round face, let’s see what kind of hair style will look best on you…
The best hairstyles that will look good on you are those that add length to your face.
#1 – Long, Luscious Layers
If this is a look you love, you’re going to want to ask your stylist for layers that start slightly below the chin and are angled outward, not inward. This will help open up your face, making it appear longer.
#2 – Hairstyles for Round Face Shapes – A Pretty Pixie
If you’ve wanted to pull off a fierce pixie, like Ginnifer Goodwin’s, but were always scared to short, go right ahead. The volume from your hair at the top of your head will even slightlu elongate your face.
#3 – A Voluminous Lob
A long bob, like Kirsten Dunst’s that has texture and volume perfectly complements a round face.
#4 – Sleek, Straight Strands
You may not think so, but straight hair that’s shoulder-length or longer, like Mindy Kaling’s helps streamline a circular face.
#5 – Hairstyles for Round Face Shapes – Sexy Side Part
Creting a side part above the middle of either eyebrow, like Mila Kunis is doing here, helps create the illusion of length to a rounder shaped face.
#6 – Below the Brow bangs
A fringe that falls just below your brows, like Jennifer Hudson’s, complements the shape of a rounded face. It also calls attention to your eyes.
#7 – Sweet Side-Swept Bangs
Side-swept bangs, like Emma Stone’s, offer up even more structure to a rounded face, creating the illusion of sharper cheekbones.