Shoulder-length or longer is the best choice for a round face. The length will create lines that draw attention away from the round edges of the face. This in the end will make the face appear longer by illusion.
Ask for Your hairstylist to cut your hair with texturized, blended ends. This will take the bulk out of your hair, which can add roundness to your face. Some celebrities go to the extreme by really thinning their hair as to appear lighter. If you are blessed with really thick hair you might want to go this route.
Half up half down hairstyles can really elongate your face if you add volume and height to the hair in the front. To start the style, add waves at the root by wrapping hair around a small 1/2-inch curling iron. This adds texture and volume. Spray some shining serum, then backcomb hair at the crown of your head and loosely pin half of your hair up.
Long layers are ideal for a round face. The cut is well known as “shaggy cut “. This particular style is all the rage in the early 2000 when Jennifer Aniston becomes synonymous with the cut. The idea is to cut layers that hit at your cheeks to help elongate your face and create a more oval shape.
Another neat trick is center part. A center part is great option for round face shapes because it balances out the face and draws the eye to the center of your hair, not the roundness of your cheeks.
If you are the one who always comb your hair with one side part and never change it, it’s time to do so. Changing your part can make a big difference in your face shape. Try a side part that sweeps across the face (or side-swept bangs), adding more angles to your overall face shape. If you opt for shorter cut, choose a bob that is a little longer in the front and shorter in the back and hits between the chin and shoulder. This creates an illusion in the front that appears to lengthen the face.
Here is another updo for that will complement your round face shape. Create waves with a curling iron, and then loosely pulled back into a low, side bun look excellent on a round face shape. The loose waves in front create a soft eye line that leads to the full, low bun, causing the face to appear more linear.
Women with round faces should avoid super-short or chin-length, blunt bobs. This will widen the face even more by drawing the eye out.
Hairstyles for Round Face Shape Pictures