Whether round, square, or oval: there is a suitable hairstyle for every face shape. Especially women with round faces think that their hairstyle makes them look fat. We prove the opposite!
A round face has a flat forehead, lots of space around the outside of the eyes, and lots of volume in the cheeks. The chin area also appears less contoured and rounded. With an unflattering hairstyle, your round face can quickly appear wide and flat. But don't worry: we have the five best hairstyles for women with round faces!
The round face shape can be easily concealed and stretched with a few simple but effective styling tricks. It doesn't matter whether it's short, long, straight, or curly: Yes! Women with a round face shape also have a multitude of options for their hairstyle - it just depends on the right cut. Let yourself be inspired in our picture gallery and you will be well prepared for the next hairdressing appointment.
Shoulder-length hair with layers or fringes cheats the face optically narrower and slimmer! If you want more than just a simple layered cut, the popular hairstyle "curtain bangs" can be something for you!
"Curtain Bangs" basically means nothing more than "curtain bangs". The bangs are parted in the middle - its highlights give the face an interesting outline.
More than just a bob! The "Curly Bob".
This bob variant should definitely be cut longer than the chin-length because if it ends with the chin, it draws the focus to the widest part of your face... so it's better to leave it a little longer!
Great waves and extraordinary hair color also help make you an absolute eye-catcher. Simply casual.
Another bob option for women with round faces: the long bob!
The shoulder-length hair visually stretches the contours of the face.
Would you like a short hairstyle? Then try the pixie cut!
Not only are you bang on trend, but you also conjure up your round face a little narrower and longer. The short layered cut lengthens the shape of the face upwards and makes the sides appear narrower.
Round face and beautiful updos, that's not possible? Of course!
It is only important that the hairstyle does not frame the face and curves are unintentionally staged. This is not the case, for example, with a high-tied bun or messy bun or a braid braided at the side, but the opposite: Your face is optically stretched.