You might want to keep your scissors on hand because you’re in for some great inspiration for your next short hairstyle, perfect for round faces.
Short hair is a major trend right now and while we’re still slap-bang in the middle of winter, you might want to start thinking ahead to your new season, new you hairdo.
If you have a round face, you may find that you are spoiled for choice in how you could choose to wear a short hairstyle. Here are ten short styles that’ll look flattering on a round face.
Low-maintanence and completely fresh. And if you’ve been looking to start anew with your hair, the buzz is you perfect starting point.
A pixie cut is a surprisingly versatile choice. You can you very short, but you can also opt for something a little longer and with bangs.
A tapered cut with some color can look very trendy, and you can easily show-off your curls or coils like Taraji P. Henson. It may take some effort to maintain, though.
A medium-length, wavy bob can look flattering on a round face. You can try a heatless method to achieve a wavy or curly look and protect your hair.
Rachel Evan Wood sure knows how to rock a bob. Here she opted for a chic, choppy, razor-cut bob. She’s also gone blue and wavy fot the brave.
This one is great because as long as your hair is long enough, you could pull it off at home with ease. Just ensure that you don’t wrap your hair too tight, as that can stress your scalp and damage your precious edges.
Not only are finger waves an ideal look for an occasion where you’re trying to look particularly cute, but they’re also quick and easy to achieve.
Lob With A Deep Side Part
Having a bob that’s either layered or wavy can flattering for a round face as it can add a some intersting, subtle angles to your face.
Middle parts are great. Go for an easy-breezy look like Drew Barrymore. Opt for curtain bangs to shape your face. If you’re not ready or willing to take the plunge, you can always fake it!
Selena Gomez added a little bump to her voluminous bob and it looks amazing and seriously on-trend. If you have longer hair, you could also add a bit of bump to a ponytail.