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15 hairstyles to make your face look smaller so you don’t have to edit your selfies anymore

Not all of us can have small, symmetric faces that can keep up with the whirlwind of hairstyle trends. It’s fun, but some styles just don’t work for every face shape – and that’s perfectly fine!

The right choice of a hairstyle plays a huge part in helping to conceal some facial imperfections in regards to its shape. With the right style applied to your hair, you can distract attention from what you’re insecure about, and bring out your stronger features.

Many of us wish for slimmer faces, and with these hairstyles, your wish may just come true!

1. Voluminous Topknot + Ballerina Bun

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A voluminous topknot or creates a vertical illusion, lengthening your face for a slimming effect. Anything that helps your face achieve height and volume is your bae. With the right tugs and pinches at the correct places, you’re good to go!

  • Pull your hair up into a nice high pony. Release a couple pieces of hair around the face on either side.
  • Coil the pony around itself until you have a nice big bun, and secure it to your head.
  • Bonus points for Sarah Hyland for her ombré locks that add dimension!

2. Low Bun

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This, girlfriends, is the answer. Be it for work or a black-tie affair, this effortless classic beauty takes the cake. Face-framing waves break up the roundness and shadow your features to give it an illusion of sharpness. To get Kate Bosworth’s to-go hair, it’s as simple as three steps –

  • Keeping the sides of your hair intact, sweep hair back into a low pony.
  • Pin into a bun.
  • Pull pieces loose around the face to soften the look.

3. Side Braid

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We’re a huge fan of the side braid, mostly because of how it completely transforms any look. It’s great because while it opens up your face it’s pretty enough to draw the attention away from the shape of your face. Pull out the wispy hairs located in your sideburn area to frame your face better – but make sure it doesn’t cross the fine line between effortless and messy.

  • Spritz in some curl-enhancing spray and scrunch your hair for some loose, beachy waves.
  • Gather hair to one side and part in three sections.
  • Braid hair loosely and secure it at the bottom.

4. French Braid

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Apart from the normal three-piece braid, a french braid is another great way to accentuate your facial features. Just remember to add volume to the crown of your head to give your face a more elongated look. Apply hair styling products such as hairspray to keep it in shape for the whole day!

5. Double Braid

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Nothing could be further from the truth than the notion that braids don’t go well with round faces. A high four-strand or three-strand braid elongates the overall length of the face and does perfect justice to any face shape.

And to add more spunk to your overall look, throw in some accessories just like how Rita Ora did. Yum.

6. Crown Braid

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Kirsten Dunst is the perfect example of a Hollywood star with a softer, rounder looking face. She looks ethereal and graceful with her intricately braided crown braid. The secret to this is that the braid is clear-cut, defined, and, of course, the sleek, smooth finish.

  • Section your hair into two large parts.
  • Beginning on the left side, braid the hair into a classic three-strand braid from the ear down all the way to the ends, then secure with a clear elastic. Braid the right side of the hair the same way.
  • Take the left braid up and over the top of your head as far as it will reach, pinning along the top with bobby pins. Repeat and finish for the other side as well.
  • Accessorise by placing a headband, or a simple flower crown to add flair.

7. Side Part + Old Hollywood Curls

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Dress up a side part with luxurious looking curls. Miranda Kerr is the perfect example of old-school glamour. Get her look by –

  • Blowing out hair and using a 2-inch barrel curling iron—or if you’re feeling extra fancy, use hot rollers.
  • Tease the curls by combing them with your fingers, just to loosen them a little more.
  • Finish by spritzing hairspray to keep hold throughout the day!

9. Long, Luscious Curls

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Chrissy Teigen has held the secret to achieving the slim-effect. Her curls. Curls will help you frame the face by adding volume. If this is a look you love, ask your stylist for layers that start slightly below the chin and are angled outward. This will help open up your face, making it appear longer.

10. Straight Hair + Middle Parting

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Mila Kunis knows that if it’s not broke, don’t fix it, as this style has become her signature. And with good reason: the layered cut makes a huge difference. Have your hair straightened and curled towards the tips (or ask a stylist too!) Have your hair parted from the middle and let it fall down equally and look gorgeous.

11. Side Swept Bangs

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Side-swept bangs, like what Emma Stone usually sports, offer up even more structure to a rounded face, creating the illusion of sharper cheekbones. Add gentle waves or curls for additional texture, which effectively deflect the roundness of the face to create a slimmer look.

12. High Ponytail

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Miranda Kerr has long been a fan of the high ponytail, and so are we as this hairstyle creates an impeccable definition for face shapes. It elongates the whole face, and besides, you should show off what your mama gave you because the essential key to looking beautiful is confidence.

  • First, apply a volumizing mousse and pull hair up to create a tight pony.
  • Next, use a thick curling wand to add extra volume and thickness to voluminous tail.
  • Once done, mist with a light hairspray to tame flyaway hairs.

13. Retro Ponytail

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You may disagree with vehemence, but a long ponytail with face-framing bangs helps streamline a rounder face, making it look more shapely. Take a page out of Sarah Hyland’s book and her retro pony that helps her draw attention upwards.

  • Part small sections of hair on the sides. Gather the rest of the hair and secure it with a ponytail using rubber bands.
  • Take the section on the right and twist it along its length.
  • Move it back, crossing it over to the other side and secure it to the ponytail using bobby pins and U-pins. Do the same for the left.

14. Tousled Bob

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Short hair can have a slimming effect as well, as long as texture and fullness is on your side. Remember ladies, these are the keys to making your face look smaller in proportion.

  • Part your hair on the opposite side (to create volume)
  • Use a curling wand to wave sections of hair throughout your entire head.
  • Run your hands into the curls a few time to give it that tousle and messy-glam look.

15. Asymmetrical Bob (Textured)

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The round face looks good with choppy cuts, which is why when you have a round face it is often recommended to get layers. A tip would be to get it cut at your hairdresser’s, but remember to show him/her some sample pictures so that they have a clearer picture of what you are looking for!

What haircut can make you look thinner?

Does long or short hair make you look thinner?

Do we look thinner or fatter with various haircuts? Absolutely! With the proper hairstyle, you can really hide wide cheekbones or chubby cheeks, as well as make the massive chin better-looking. All you have to do is to visit an experienced hairdresser and take into account some useful tips!

Long or Short, That Is the Question!

A lot of readers ask us about hair lengths that work best for round, chubby faces.

Does long hair make you look thinner?

Gils with long hair who wish to seem slimmer should use graded or multi-layered stepped haircuts. Strands of different lengths will make you look thinner by hiding the necessary areas. The perfect length of a haircut is up to your chest level, and the layers should begin either above your chin or below it, so that the layered strands could frame and soften the face lines.

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Does short hair make you look thinner?

It is believed that short hair isn’t suitable for women with round faces. However, that’s not true. The key to success is to not add volume to the sides. The perfect ones will be cuts with choppy strands framing the face, asymmetric side-parted hairstyles, angled bobs/lobs, and styles with volume on top of the head.

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The trick of long bangs

Still wondering how to make face look thinner with hair if you have bangs? Very often, this detail can change a haircut beyond any recognition. If you want to balance out the roundness of your face, long side-swept bangs below the eyebrows are exactly what you need. A fringe shifts the focus and makes your face shape more oval and elongated.

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What Hair Color Makes You Look Thinner?

Needless to say that women do everything possible to look and feel stunning, and, therefore, they always try to experiment with their appearance. Does dark or light hair make you look thinner? In most cases, our natural hair hue matches perfectly with the color of our eyes. But very often, dyeing the hair even several shades darker or lighter, warmer or cooler can make an incredible difference and flatter the appearance like nothing else – the skin looks more radiant and healthier, the eyes look brighter, and the whole image becomes more vivid.

Does black hair make you look thinner? Well, that doesn’t work for everybody. Actually, in some cases, dark hair color can make you look older. But, in case you want to experiment, start with a balayage or any other highlights. The coloring techniques involving a smooth transition from dark roots to bright ends is a great way to slim down the face shape.

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Face-framing highlights may also work great.

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Your hairstylist will see your face, your hair, and will choose the best variant for you.

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Hair colors that make your face look thinner (depending on your color type):

  • “Winter”. These are girls with a cool skin undertone and high contrast, often dark hair and dark brown or brightly colored eyes. Does dark hair make you look thinner if you’re the winter type? The answer is yes! In case you want to dilute the black color, you can add some cool tone red hues.
  • “Spring”. If you have a warm skin tone and bright eyes, you’re likely to be the spring type. Does blonde hair make you look thinner? Well, warm toned blondes (strawberry blonde, honey blonde, caramel blonde) will flatter you, and you can actually experiment with adding some cool-toned blonde highlights.
  • “Summer”. Girls with a cool skin undertone and medium or low contrast belong to the summer color type. They should dye their hair using the balayage technique in soft blonde tones or cool chocolate brown hues.
  • “Autumn”. This type is characterized by a warm skin undertone and often warm green/brown eyes. Darker warm red and warm brown hair perfectly suits this type (copper, chestnut brown).

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So, now you see that the proper length and color of your hair can flatter your appearance and make you look thinner. Use these simple recommendations and stay gorgeous!

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25 Hairstyles To Slim Down Round Faces Jyotsana Rao Hyderabd040-395603080 July 9, 2019

Do people always pull your cheeks and call you cute? Have you always dreamed of being called ‘hot’ instead of ‘cute’? If you’re one of those countless women in this situation, do not despair. In fact, I would say, you should rejoice! Because, girl, you’ve got that perfect combination of cute and sexy going that someone with a slim face just can’t pull off. But, if you would still like to accentuate a few of your features and take some attention away from the roundness of your face, I’m here to guide you.

Take a look at the collection of hairstyles below and learn how to make the most of your round face shape!

25 Hairstyles For Round Chubby Faces

  1. Boho Waves
  2. A Straight, Divine Part
  3. The Pixie Cut
  4. The Mohawk
  5. Bold Bangs
  6. The Sleek And Straight Look
  7. Lovely Layers
  8. Blonde Bob
  9. Long And Luscious Bangs
  10. The Side Part
  11. A-Line Hairstyle
  12. The High Bun
  13. The High Ponytail
  14. The Waterfall Twist
  15. The Half Updo
  16. Milkmaid Braid
  17. Twisted Ponytail
  18. Tight Curls With Fringes
  19. The Side-Twisted Curly Hair
  20. Side Bangs
  21. Loose Ponytail
  22. The Center Part
  23. The Broken Up Curls
  24. Perfectly Pulled Back
  25. The Vintage Glam Look

1. Boho Waves

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This relaxed look with a side part and super bouncy waves gives off some serious boho vibes. The highlight of this look is that the longer layers help to elongate the face and create more volume near the neck.

What You Need
  • Texturizing spray
  • Heat protectant serum/spray
  • 1. 5 inch curling iron
  • Paddle brush
  • Sea salt spray
How To Style
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant and texturizing spray.
  2. Picking up 2 inch sections of hair at a time, curl all your hair.
  3. With the help of a paddle brush, gently brush out all the curls.
  4. Part your hair to one side.
  5. Finish off the look by spritzing on some sea salt spray and scrunching up your curls with your hands.

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2. A Straight, Divine Part

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This badass short bob is sure to awaken a sense of power within you. Modern and sleek, this look is especially perfect for working women who want to give off an air of total control and who do not have the time to mess around with intricate hairstyles. The deep side part manages to conceal some of your cheeks. The volume added at the roots elongates your face.

  • Heat protectant serum/spray
  • Straightening iron
  • Volumizing mousse
  • Smoothening serum
  1. Get your hair cut into a short bob.
  2. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant.
  3. Picking up 1 inch sections of hair at a time, straighten all your hair.
  4. Take a dollop of volumizing mousse in your hands and work it into the roots of your hair to create volume at the top.
  5. Create a deep parting on one side.
  6. Finish off with some smoothening serum to get rid of any frizz.

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3. The Pixie Cut

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God, no one does a pixie cut better than Ginnifer Goodwin. A pixie cut with a side parting recoups the broad jaw and chin line. The volume created by the subtle spikes on top add length to your face and are the perfect mixture of edgy and feminine.

  • Texturizing spray
  • Volumizing mousse
  • Fine-toothed comb
  1. Get your hair cut into a pixie with choppy layers.
  2. Spritz on some texturizing spray.
  3. Take a dollop of volumizing mousse and work it into the hair at the top of your head.
  4. Use a fine-toothed comb to create some spikes and to part your hair to one side.

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4. The Mohawk

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OK, I know you must be thinking, what woman in her right mind would voluntarily sport a Mohawk? I’ll tell you what kind of woman. The kind who believes in making her own rules, and playing by them. Plus, it draws the eyes upwards, thus diverting attention away from the roundness of your face.

  • Texturizing spray
  • Strong hold hair gel
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some texturizing spray.
  2. Spread some strong hold hair gel all over your fingers.
  3. With the help of your fingers, push all the hair on top of your head towards the center to create a Mohawk.

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5. Bold Bangs

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Now, this is a look I have experimented with and absolutely love. Getting these dramatic bangs almost makes you feel like a whole new person and gives you a kind of confidence you never knew you had. While the straightened layers frame your face from the sides, the edgy bangs play up the eyes, making them the focus.

  • Heat protectant serum/spray
  • Straightening iron
  • Smoothening serum
  1. Get your hair cut into layers and straight bangs that end at your eyebrows.
  2. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant.
  3. Picking up 1 inch sections of hair at a time, straighten all your hair.
  4. Straighten your bangs until they are absolutely poker straight.
  5. Finish off with a smoothening serum to get rid of any frizz.

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6. The Sleek And Straight Look

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It doesn’t matter if you are a college student, a working woman, or a full-time mother. This hairstyle caters to every woman’s needs. The shoulder length hair will help streamline the roundness of your face and accentuate your chin and neck.

  • Heat protectant serum/spray
  • Volumizing mousse
  • Straightening iron
  • Smoothening serum
  1. Get your hair cut into a long bob that is shorter at the back of your head and longer in front, on either side of your face.
  2. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant and a small dollop of volumizing mousse.
  3. Picking up 1 inch sections of hair at a time, straighten all your hair.
  4. Part your hair onto one side.
  5. Finish off with some smoothening serum to get a sleek look.

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7. Lovely Layers

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Honestly, Gigi Hadid can do no wrong. Take this style, for example. Her layered cut done up in bouncy curls add volume all around her face, thus exaggerating her look, instead of focusing on her round face. Absolutely genius, this style.

  • Volumizing mousse
  • 3 inch hair rollers
  • Blowdryer
  • Round brush
  • Smoothening serum
  • Medium hold hairspray
  1. Get your hair cut into some long layers.
  2. Prep your washed, damp hair with some volumizing mousse.
  3. Picking up 4-5 inch sections of hair at a time, insert the rollers into all of your hair.
  4. Blowdry all your rolled up hair until it is completely dry.
  5. Remove the rollers and gently run a round brush throughout your curls to unravel them.
  6. Part your hair on one side.
  7. Finish off with some smoothening serum and medium hold hairspray to get a more polished look.

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8. Blonde Bob

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If you are looking for the best short hairstyles for fat faces, then here it is! There is definitely something classically romantic about soft curls. And when done on a short shag bob, they instantly draw the attention away from the widest part of your face and make it appear thinner.

  • Texturizing spray
  • Heat protectant serum/spray
  • 1.5 inch curling iron
  • Straightening iron
  • Paddle brush
  1. Get your hair cut into a short bob and side swept bangs.
  2. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant and texturizing spray.
  3. Picking up 2 inch sections of hair at a time, curl the ends of all your hair.
  4. Straighten your bangs.
  5. Part your bangs onto one side.
  6. Gently run a paddle brush throughout your curls to loosen them up and finish off the look.

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9. Long And Luscious Bangs

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Now this is a style that I want to try out on a date night. Look, how girly and romantic it looks! The luscious bangs done up in curls softly frame your face while the tousled side braid draws the attention towards it. It also elongates your face.

  • Texturizing spray
  • Heat protectant serum/spray
  • 2 inch curling iron
  • Hair elastics
  • Light hold hairspray
  1. Get your hair cut into layers and long, face framing bangs.
  2. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant and texturizing spray.
  3. Picking up 2-3 inch sections of hair at a time, curl all your hair.
  4. Run your fingers throughout your curls to unravel them.
  5. Gather all your hair in the front on one side and braid it right till the end.
  6. Secure the ends with a hair elastic.
  7. Part your bangs on to one side. (You can curl your bangs once more to get a more polished look)
  8. Finish off with a few spritzes of light-hold hairspray.

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10. The Side Part

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This look has something mysterious about it, doesn’t it? It kinda reminds me of a classic Bond girl who has killer hair and hides dangerous secrets. Parting your hair above the middle of either eyebrow helps in creating asymmetry in your face, resulting in face-flattering angles.

  • Texturizing spray
  • Heat protectant serum/spray
  • Straightening iron
  • Sea salt spray
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant and texturizing spray.
  2. Picking up 2 inch sections of hair at a time, straighten all your hair.
  3. Spritz on some sea salt spray on the lower half of your hair and scrunch it up with your fingers to create some rough waves.
  4. Create a deep parting one side and flip all your hair over your shoulder to finish off the look.

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11. A-Line Hairstyle

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A long bob with pointed edges on either side, this style is edgy in the most literal sense of the word. The sharp and equal hair on both sides provide symmetry to your face and make your face and neck look longer. Plus, it will make you look incredibly smart and put together.

  • Heat protectant serum/spray
  • Straightening iron
  • Smoothening serum
  1. Get your hair cut into an A-line bob that is short at the back and tapers towards longer ends in the front.
  2. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant.
  3. Picking up 1 inch sections of hair at a time, straighten your hair until they are poker straight.
  4. Finish off with some smoothening serum to get rid of any frizz.

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12. The High Bun

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Kendall Jenner is always on top of the hair game, isn’t she? Her choppy bangs picturesquely frame her face from all three sides and conceal her cheeks. The high bun draws the attention upwards. Basically, this style ticks all the boxes in our checklist of face slimming hairstyles.

  • Texturizing spray
  • Heat protectant serum/spray
  • Straightening iron
  • Bobby pins
  • Fine-toothed comb
  • Light hold hairspray
  1. Get your hair cut into two tiered bangs that are longer on the sides and short in the middle.
  2. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant and texturizing spray.
  3. Picking up 1 inch sections of hair at a time, straighten all your hair.
  4. Leaving your bangs out, gather all your into a bun at the very top of your head.
  5. Secure the bun to your head by pushing bobby pins into it all around the bun’s circumference.
  6. Use a fine-toothed comb to smoothen your bangs.
  7. Finish off the look with some light hold hairspray.

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13. The High Ponytail

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This look is the epitome of the typical high school teenager style. The wavy high ponytail creates an impeccable definition for round face shapes. It draws the attention to the top of your head, and adds to its height and volume, underplaying the roundness of your face. This is the best hairstyle for round chubby face as it is doable in less than five minutes.

  • Texturizing spray
  • Wide-toothed comb
  • Hair elastics
  • Sea salt spray

1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some texturizing spray.
2. Comb all your hair back and tie it into a high ponytail.
3. Spritz on some sea salt spray onto your ponytail and scrunch it up with your hands to create some beachy waves.

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14. The Waterfall Twist

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The first time I watched a tutorial for this look I was like there is no way I’m going to be able to do this. Then I actually tried it out and proved myself wrong. Not only is waterfall effect created by this look stunning, but it also drapes your hair perfectly around your face to slim down its roundness.

  • Texturizing spray
  • Fine-toothed comb
  • Bobby pins
  • Sea salt spray
  • Light hold hairspray
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some texturizing spray.
  2. From the left side of your face, pick up a 2 inch section of hair from near your temple.
  3. Divide this section into 3 horizontal parts. We will label the bottom section as section 1, middle section as section 2, and the top section as section 3.
  4. Twist section 1 OVER section 2. Now, section 1 is your middle section.
  5. Now, twist section 3 over section 1. Then, drop section 3. There are now only 2 sections remaining in your hand.
  6. Twist the bottom section OVER the top of the top section.
  7. Then, pick up a section of hair from the top from right next to the section 3 that we had dropped. Twist this new section 3 over the middle section and drop it completely. This is basically creating the waterfall effect.
  8. Continue doing this till you have reached the back of your head.
  9. At the end, simply braid the hair a couple of times and pin it at the back of your head.
  10. Repeat step 2 to 9 on the other side.
  11. Spritz on some sea salt spray and scrunch up your hair with your hands to get some beachy waves.
  12. Finish off with some light hold hairspray to secure the style in place.

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15. The Half Updo

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Have a wedding to attend? Perhaps a fancy dinner party? If it’s a formal occasion, this style is perfect for it. The teased up pouf at the top of your head fulfills its sole purpose of adding volume on top. Thus, it makes your face look slimmer in contrast. Pretty clever, isn’t it?

  • Texturizing spray
  • Heat protectant serum/spray
  • 2 inch curling iron
  • Sectioning clip
  • Teasing comb
  • Fine-toothed comb
  • Bobby pins
  • Smoothening serum
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant and texturizing spray.
  2. Curl the lower half of all your hair.
  3. About 1 inch in, section off all the hair along the front hairline around your face, using a sectioning clip.
  4. Start teasing the hair behind your sectioned off hair, using a teasing comb.
  5. Once all that hair has been teased, comb back the sectioned off hair and smooth it over the teased part to cover it, with the help of a fine-toothed comb.
  6. Gather all the hair covering your teased hair and pin it in the center at the back of your head.
  7. Finish off with some smoothening serum to get rid of any frizz

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16. Milkmaid Braid

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There’s a reason why this milkmaid braid look is there on every hair YouTuber’s channel right now. Not only is this braided stupid simple to recreate, but it also looks so intricate that it completely diverts the attention from your face.

  • Texturizing spray
  • Hair elastics
  • U pins
  • Bobby pins
  • Medium hold hairspray
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some texturizing spray.
  2. Part your hair down the middle and divide your hair into two sections, one on each side.
  3. Leave aside a few strands of hair in front to frame your face.
  4. Braid both sections of your hair till the ends and secure them with hair elastics so that you end up with two pigtails.
  5. Take your left pigtail, place it on top of your head like a headband, and pin it above your right ear.
  6. Use some bobby pins and U pins along the length of the left braid to further secure it to your head. (Pro-tip: spray some hairspray onto your bobby pins and U pins before putting them in as the hairspray will prevent them from slipping out of your hair too easily)
  7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 with your right braid.
  8. Finish off with a few spritzes of medium hold hairspray to secure the braids in place.

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17. Twisted Ponytail

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If you’re tired of the routine low ponytail hairstyles, then it’s time to try this sexy twist. This look simply involves a bit of twisting at the back and flipping the ponytail in front. The bangs slim down your face and the ponytail draws attention towards your neck.

  • Texturizing spray
  • Hair elastics
  • Light hold hairspray
  1. Get your hair cut into two tiered bangs that are longer on the sides and short in the middle.
  2. Prep your washed, dried hair with some texturizing spray.
  3. Leaving aside your bangs, gather all your hair onto one side, over one shoulder.
  4. From the opposite side of where all your hair has been gathered, pick up a 2 inch section of hair from under your ear and divide it into 2 sections.
  5. Start twisting these 2 sections of hair towards the directions where all your hair is gathered. Keep adding more hair to this twisted braid with each subsequent twist.
  6. Once you have reached till opposite end of your neck, gather the twisted braid and the rest of your hair and tie it into a ponytail.
  7. Finish off with a few spritzes of light hold hairspray to secure the twisted braid in place.

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18. Tight Curls With Fringes

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There’s something kitsch about this hair look, and I mean that in the best possible way. The tight curls capture attention in such a way that anyone looking at you will not be able to notice anything else, especially the roundness of your face. This hairstyle is great for anyone with high cheekbones and a prominent forehead.

  • Heat protectant serum/spray
  • 3/4th inch curling iron
  • Straightening iron
  • Strong hold hairspray
  1. Get your hair cut into some straight bangs that fall right up till your eyebrows.
  2. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant.
  3. Picking up 1 inch sections of hair at a time, curl all your hair, right from the roots till the ends.
  4. Straighten your bangs.
  5. Finish off with some strong-hold hairspray to prevent the curls from unraveling throughout the day.

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19. The Side-Twisted Curly Hair

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If you are a biker chick (or like to pretend that you are one) then this look is made just for you. The faux cornrows on one side draw attention towards your hair and the voluminous and wild curls burrow your face and make it look smaller.

  • Volumizing mousse
  • Heat protectant serum/spray
  • 1.5 inch curling iron
  • Paddle brush
  • Fine-toothed comb
  • Bobby pins
  • Light hold hairspray
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant and volumizing mousse.
  2. Picking up 2 inch sections of hair at a time, curl all your hair.
  3. Gently run a paddle brush through your curls to roughen them up a little.
  4. Part your hair onto one side.
  5. On the side with lesser hair, using a fine-toothed comb, divide your hair into 4 sections, starting from your parting till your ear.
  6. French twist (adding more hair with each subsequent twist) each of the 4 sections of hair, starting from near your forehead till you reach the point where your parting ends.
  7. Secure the twisted hair with the help of bobby pins.
  8. Finish off the look with a few spritzes of light hold hairspray.

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20. Side Bangs

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When I think of a rich, elegant woman hosting a gala dinner, this is the picture that springs to my mind. The long, side swept fringe is perfect for anyone with a round face and a long forehead. The classy bun can be done up in about 5 minutes.

  • Heat protectant serum/spray
  • Straightening iron
  • Hair elastics
  • Bobby pins
  • Smoothening serum
  • Light hold hairspray
  1. Get your hair cut into long side swept bangs.
  2. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant.
  3. Leaving out your bangs, gather all your hair and tie it into a low ponytail.
  4. Twist the ponytail right till the end and roll it up into a messy bun.
  5. Secure the bun to the back of your head by pushing bobby pins into the bun, all around its circumference.
  6. Straighten your bangs and sweep them over to one side.
  7. Finish off with some smoothening serum and light hold hairspray to get a more polished look.

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21. Loose Ponytail

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When I look at this hairstyle, I imagine a bohemian artist who lives in a little shack on the beach. The low ponytail with beachy waves looks so effortless because it literally requires minimal time and effort. The messy tendrils and the middle partition work perfectly together to frame your face and hide your wide cheekbones.

  • Sea salt spray
  • Hair elastics
  1. Spritz some sea salt spray onto your washed, wet hair.
  2. Scrunch up your hair with your hands and let your hair air dry.
  3. Part your hair down the middle.
  4. Leave out a few strands of hair in front to frame your face.
  5. Gather all your hair at the neck and tie it into a low ponytail to finish off the look.

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22. The Center Part

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If you want to look like an ethereal being, then opt for this style. A center partition with long layers and soft curls is the perfect option for a round face. Long hair helps elongate the face and curls give fullness near your neck. Hence, it is perfect in every way possible.

  • Heat protectant serum/spray
  • 2 inch curling iron
  • Round brush
  • Smoothening serum
  • Light hold hairspray
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant.
  2. Picking up 4 inch sections of hair at a time, curl all your hair.
  3. Gently run a round brush through your hair to loosen up the curls.
  4. Part your hair down the middle.
  5. Finish off with some smoothening serum and light hold hairspray to give a polished look to your curls.

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23. The Broken Up Curls

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This style is as simple to do as it looks. Even a hairstyling novice can perfect this look the first time they try it. The shoulder length curls not only make you look sexy but also make your face seem thinner and elongated.

  • Heat protectant serum/spray
  • Texturizing spray
  • 1 inch curling iron
  • Paddle brush
  • Sea salt spray
  1. Get your hair cut into a shoulder length bob.
  2. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant and texturizing spray.
  3. Picking up 2 inch sections of hair at a time, curl all your hair.
  4. Run a paddle brush throughout your curls to roughen them up.
  5. Finish off with a few spritzes of sea salt spray and scrunching up your hair with your hands.

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24. Perfectly Pulled Back

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If you are the maid-of-honor at your BFF’s wedding or are looking for a prom hairstyle, then this is just the look for you. A round face can look extra perfect when the hair is pulled back nicely, showcasing all your beauty. Curls look best on round faces as they add bounce and volume to your hairstyle. The side parted bangs help in creating a youthful look.

    • Texturizing spray
    • Heat protectant serum/spray
    • Hair elastic
    • Bobby pins
    • U pins
    • 1 inch curling iron
    • Bejeweled hair clip
    • Light hold hairspray
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant and texturizing spray.
  2. Part your hair on one side.
  3. Leaving out a few tendrils of hair to frame your face, gather all your hair into a low ponytail.
  4. Divide the ponytail into two parts, twist them right till their ends, then roll them up into a bun.
  5. Secure the bun to the back of your head by pushing bobby pins into the bun all around its circumference.
  6. Curl the tendrils of hair that you left out in the front to achieve a softer look.
  7. Add a bejeweled clip wherever you desire and finish off with a few spritzes of light hold hairspray.

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25. The Vintage Glam Look

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If you have always harbored the desire to look like those gorgeous pin-up girls, then you have come to the right place. This vintage glam look with a side parting and tight curls is the perfect choice to complement your round face. The deep side partitioning helps to soften up the roundness of your face.

  • Heat protectant serum/spray
  • 1.5 inch curling iron
  • Bobby pins
  • Strong hold hairspray
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant.
  2. Part your hair on one side.
  3. Picking up 2 inch sections of hair at a time, curl all your hair, right from the roots till the ends.
  4. Pick up a couple of curls from the front and pin them up to the side of your face to get a fuller and curlier look.
  5. Finish off with some strong hold hairspray to prevent the curls from unraveling through the day.

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Here ends our list of best hairstyles for round chubby faces. So stop obsessing over the roundness of your face right now and try these looks to slim it down. Though, if you ask me, you look beautiful no matter what the shape of your face is! Comment below and let us know which looks you liked best!

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LOB

An asymmetrical long bob, or lob, is the absolute best hairstyle if you want to make your face look thinner. Opt for a lob at least three inches below the chin in the front, and angled shorter in the back. It can extend down to your collarbone, and make sure to ask your hairstylist to add some shattered layers to help define your face. Parting it down the middle, the way the hair falls along the face will also help to elongate your face.

LONG LAYERS

If you have long hair, a long, layered cut is another ideal hairstyle to create the illusion of a thin face. Long layers help elongate a round face. One thing to keep in mind when styling, is to keep volume in the lower sections of your hair, to help balance your face. Too much volume on the sides of your face will only make your face look rounder. Add Schwarzkopf styliste ULTIME™ Biotin+ Volume™ Mousse to freshly washed hair, and let it air-dry. If you’re working with second-day hair, massage Schwarzkopf styliste ULTIMETM Biotin+ VolumeTM Magic Volume Powder into your roots for added texture and of course volume.

SIDESWEPT BANGS

Side swept bangs are another great option if you’re trying to elongate your face. It’s a misconception that a straight bang will make you look slimmer; if you have a round face, this is actually one of the worst cuts for you. Instead, cut a long, side sweep bang gently around your face and cheekbones. Side swept bangs are ideal for downplaying the roundness of your face and can be cut into most haircuts. They should be cut no shorter than halfway down your nose, and should have “shattered” ends. To style your bangs into a deep side part, apply Schwarzkopf styliste ULTIMETM Amino-Q HoldTM Gel at your part to keep your bangs in place without weighing them down. Then, run any leftover product through your strands for added shine.

If you’re looking for a haircut that will make your face look thinner, look no further. Schwarzkopf has your hairstyle guide on hand. Before hitting the salon for your next appointment, consider the texture of your hair and styling routine. Then stock up on all your favorite products from the Schwarzkopf ULTIME line and give your stylist a call.

By Heather Listhartke

Do you find that during the winter months you simply feel a little off? A combination of holiday weight gain, the cold weather and perhaps not being as active as you were in the warmer months, can make you feel blah all winter long. You simply don’t feel like you look your best. One way to boost your spirits is to get a new hairdo and why not consider a hairstyle that will flatter your face and make you look thinner.

Here are 10 hairstyles that can give you more slender appearance.

Asymmetrical Bob

If you have short hair or are thinking of going short, an asymmetrical bob is a great option. An asymmetrical bob means your hair is short in the back and longer in the front. Parting your hair in the middle allows your hair to frame your face in the same way that long hair does and makes you look slimmer by elongating your face.

Wispy Bangs
Add wispy bangs to your do, rather than heavy or blunt bangs. The blunter the bangs the more your face will look rounder. On the other hand, if you fringe the bangs shorter in the middle and longer on the edges, you’ll get the slimming look you desire.

Face-Framing Layers

Like long hair and asymmetrical bobs, having face framing layers will elongate your face for a slimming look. Keep the layers long so that they fall below your chin. It will make your jawline look lower and your face longer and thinner.

Part to the Side

Whatever your hairstyle, parting it off to the side will create a look that softens your face by creating an off-center effect. This makes your face look less round. In combination with long layers or an asymmetrical bob, you could really give off a thinner persona.

Up-do With ‘Flyaways’
Ever wondered why someone would style their hair in some kind of up-do, but then leave bangs or hair out on the sides, a.k.a. flyaways? It’s to soften and frame your face.

Vertical Up-Do
A vertical up-do is also a good way to add length. The height of your hair allows you to look thinner and slim down by drawing the eye upward.

Wavy/Curly Hair

Giving your hair a wavy or curly affect is another great way to make your face appear thinner. Long, loose, voluminous waves that frame your face can narrow your look.

Highlights
Highlights are always a way to not only look younger but also bring light to your appearance. The brighter color creates vertical, slimming lines. The key is to concentrate highlights more on the top layers with darker shades underneath.

Texture

Texture is a great way to make you look slimmer. You can go edgy and keep the longer layers by creating a mid-length shaggy bob. Texture and movement tend to make your face look sllimmer, while blunt cuts make the face look fuller and rounder.

Go Long

Long hair tends to look more slenderizing than short hair. If you have short hair, you can consider extensions and if you already have long hair, consider some of the other options listed above like adding texture and highlights to revamp your long locks.

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Losing weight is not very easy and you just cannot do it overnight, but you can get a slimming effect and a slimmer look on your face within few minutes, by getting the right hairstyle.

A slimmer face can give you a smarter and thinner appearance and if you want to get that, the right hairstyle can be actually helpful.

Here we have collected a bunch of hairstyles, for short, medium as well as long hairs that can give your face a slimming effect. Read on,

Face framing hairstyle on short hairs for a slimmer look

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If you have short hairs and you are planning to get a hairstyle that will slim down the look of your face you can easily try out this hairstyle.

Here the hairs frame the face, covering the sides in a subtle way. The side swept upper section also adds to the overall slimmer look of the face.

Long straight hairstyle for a slimmer face

Here the hairs have been parted at the side of the head and then the hairs at the front have been side swept covering one side of the forehead.

The length of the hairs has been taken to the front from both the sides which have helped in covering the more roundish shape of the face.

One side swept curled hairstyle to get a slimmer face

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Check out this hairstyle if you have long hairs. The layers present in this hairstyle subtly works to hide the broad jaw line; on the other hand the curls have been added in a fashion so that the length of the face is highlighted more, which has naturally given a slimmer look to the face.

Bob hairstyle for a slimmer look

You can always go bob the right way and hide the more roundish appearance of your face. Here the haircut nicely covers the forehead section which then has been swept sidewise to give the face a longer look.

On the other hand, the length of the hairs has been kept just above the chin, which naturally makes the face look longer and slimmer.

Up do with open hairs for slimmer look

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This is another beautiful hairstyle that you can easily get for that slimmer look.

Here the hairs have been pinned at the back to create a bouffant type up do and then the length of the hairs has been kept loose.

This type of up dos naturally adds to the length of the face and hence this hairstyle will make your face appear slimmer.

Layers on straight hairs for a slimmer look

Long layers can always make your face appear longer. Here the most prominent layer has ended way below the chin which helps in giving the face a slim look.

The use of the highlights is the other point to note.

Here the highlights have played a crucial role in highlighting certain facial features and you should keep the right placement of the highlights in mind while getting the hairstyle for a perfect slimming effect.

Side bun hairstyle to look slim

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Side buns can also be a great casual hairstyle to get a slimmer look.

Here the hairs have been parted at the side and one side of the hairs has been swept from over the forehead, which adds to the length of the face.

The placement of the bun at the side has helped in making the jaw line appear less broad and as a combined effect the face has a slimmer look.

The right pixie cut for looking slim

Pixie cut is ruling the fashion world now and you can get the right pixie cut along with proper highlights for that slimmer look. Check out the hairstyle in the above picture.

Here the cut has been made framing the face and covering the sides, which has sliced out the broad look near the jaw line.

The use of highlights on the hairs over the forehead, but absence of the shade at the sides, has perfectly given the face a slimmer look.

Highlighted open hairstyle for a slimmer face

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This simple open hairstyle has drastically helped in giving the face a longer and slimmer look owing to the intelligent use of the highlights.

Here the hairs have been parted at the middle and then taken to one side.

The highlights are present covering the locks over the forehead and then again on the length of the hairs but the hairs right after the face have been kept dark which has helped in getting the look.

Short haircut for a thinner face

Check out this short hairstyle for a thinner looking face. Here the side swept bunch of hairs from over the forehead has added to the longer look of the face and the light curls on the side hides the wide jaw line while making the eye and chin areas more prominent.

If you are getting a short hairstyle, you can always follow this pattern to get a slimmer look.

Long open hairstyle for slimmer look

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This is another hairstyle that you can easily get for a slimmer look.

The locks of hairs on the forehead hide the sides and the perfect highlighting on the hairs has made the broadness of the face appear less prominent.

The point to note here is that the front hair locks which has been placed covering the forehead extends till the corner of the eyes, which work as the key for getting the slimmer look.

Fluffy shoulder length hairstyle to look slimmer

This puffy and curly hairstyle with just the right touch of highlights not only makes the face appear slimmer, but can give you an overall thinner look.

The hairs at the front covers the sides of the broad forehead in a subtle way while the fluffy look of the hairs takes the eyes more to the hairs than towards the broad jaw line.

The highlights also play a good role in giving the final finish to the look.

Sleek medium length hairstyle for a slimmer look

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This easy hairstyle can easily make you appear 10 pounds less and hence if you are worried about looking fat, getting this hairstyle can be a good pick.

Here the hairs have been parted from extreme side and have been rolled to the other side in a fashion that it has naturally covered the broadness of the forehead.

The sleek and toned down hairs has simply added to the look and helped the face to look slimmer.

Neat bun for slimming effect

Even a neat, tied hairstyle can give your face the right slimming effect and this one is a perfect example of that.

Here the hairs have been parted at the side, and have been swept down in an angular way to cover a side of the forehead.

It should be noted that here the front sweep of the hairs have continued till the end of the corner of the eye and have been swept back directly over one ear.

Loose back bun for a slimmer looking face

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Here a lose back bun has been done at the back of the head after parting the hairs at the side, but it is not the bun that gives the face the slimming effect, it is the front locks covering the forehead till the jaw bone that makes the face look really slimmer.

Also note that here the front locks have been highlighted neatly to make them match naturally with the natural tone of the skin, so that the broad dimension of the face can be blurred easily.

Long layered haircut for looking thinner

In this hairstyle the first layer has ended just above the jaw line, which hides the wide jaw perfectly and the next layer ends at a length from the chin, which gives a longer look to the face.

Curling the hairs nicely to make the chin section more prominent has worked effectively in this case. If you have long hairs and a broader face you can always get this hairstyle to get a slimmer look.

Curly short hairstyle for slimmer looking face

Latest easy winter hairstyles for medium length hair

Curly short hairstyles done in the right way can easily hide the broadness of the face, giving a longer and slimmer look to the overall appearance.

Here the intricately curled hairs have been parted at one side and the section swept over the forehead has covered not only one side of the forehead but till the jaw line of the side, which is the key of the slimming effect of this hairstyle.

Front bang hairstyle for short hairs and a slimmer face

The front bangs covering the whole of the forehead coupled with the slightly rounded hairs covering the sides of the face works nicely for giving a slimmer look to the face.

The use of the chocolate highlights on the hairs has also helped in making the facial features more prominent and the jaw line appear less broad.

Top knot for making your face look slimmer

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Top knots are another effective hairstyle to make your face appear thinner and slimmer.

Top knots directly add to the total length of the face and hence they automatically make the face look slimmer. The bigger the top bun, the slimmer your face will appear.

5 Hairstyles That Will Make Your Face Look Thinner

When we have a round face or big cheeks we do tend to become a little conscious at time but do not know how to deal with it. What we look at here is the makeup that can make those cheeks look thinner, say using a bronzer and the second knight in shining armour is our hair. There are some pretty cool hairstyles that can come to the rescue in this case. They make you look thinner or cuter may we say. So here are 5 top hairstyles that can help you out especially in this season.

Side Swept Bangs

Your chubby cheeks will look slimmer if you trim your hair in a particular way. It basically gives an illusion of toning. What you need is a side swept bang as it will highlight your eyes rather than the cheeks.

Occasion: Casual, Party

Age group: All age groups

Mixed Layers

A cut with consistent layers looks really nice when they are of different lengths. Some can be short and rest can be long. The shortest strands can be of chin length as well… you can basically experiment with the kind of layers you want. Leave them loose and see how it looks especially if you have chubby cheeks,

Occasion: Party

Age group: All age groups

Half Up Do

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This hairstyle or such hairstyles actually look your face look slimmer. They pull up your face when you pull the hair up. It shifts all the focus on your eyes instead of the cheeks.

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Occasion: Casual

Age group: 20-30

Short & Sharp Bob

This one may make you think that you will look chubbier but they actually make your face look slimmer and cuter, especially if you have a short length of hair. Here you have trust your barber definitely. Be very specific that you want the focus away from your cheeks and not on the cheeks.

Occasion: Party, Casual

Age group: Any age.

The Bun

This messy bun looks very chic. Create an elongated bun on top of the head as that will add length to your face. You can take out a few strands here and there like you see in the pic and some on the sides of your face. The hairstyle is mildly stylish and classy.

Occasion: Casual, Party

Age group: 20-40

So we hope you like these hairstyles and are willing to try something new at least. However, if you like to leave your hair open without any cut play smart by taking all the tresses and keeping them on one side. That looks really hot too.

We’ve all seen haircuts we love on other people, but it can be hard to know what suits you best, particularly if you’re looking for something to slim down your face.

We caught up with Jamie Stevens, X Factor Stylist and Matrix Global Ambassador, to find out his recommendations for face-flattering styles.

SHORT HAIR

What to choose: If you want to go really short, keep the hair slightly longer around your face as this will define your cheekbones, contouring your face. Sweeping fringes on a short crop will give you versatility; you can keep it down or go for a cool quiff depending on your mood.

What to avoid: Avoid going for an Emma Watson-style pixie haircut, but opt instead for something softer and longer (think Anne Hathaway or Emma Willis).

BOBS

What to choose: Opt for bobs that sit between the jaw and shoulder, a la Reese Witherspoon. This will open up your décolletage area, giving the illusion of a slimmed down silhouette. Softness is key, nothing too blunt or heavy and avoid too much shaping around your face as this will enhance any roundness around your face.

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What to avoid: Avoid A-line bobs above the jaw, like Kristen Wiig’s below.

LONG HAIR

What to choose: Long sweeping or peek-a-boo fringes will be the best to make your face appear slimmer as they highlight cheek bones and soften the roundness of the face. Cuts such as Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Sienna Miller are perfect examples.

What to avoid: Too many layers, anything too choppy or with too much shaping around the face as it makes your face appear rounder.

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FRINGES

What to choose: Long sweeping fringes like Taylor Swift’s are great for slimming down the face.

What to avoid: Don’t go for anything too severe such as a statement short blunt fringe as this can make the face appear wider.

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Did you ever have this problem before: You go to the hairdresser, all prepared to be primped up to fabulous, and when they ask, “So, how do you want me to cut your hair?” and your mind goes blank?

Well, it certainly has happened to many of us, and most of the time, we just say, “Oh, just make me pretty!” Either that or we’ll go, “Trim a bit here, layer a bit there.”

And before you know it, you leave the hair salon looking no different from when you went in, and $20 poorer.

Take charge of your hair today and try out these hairstyles for a more refreshing look, and most importantly, to make your big face (if you’ve got one, that is) looks smaller!

Asymmetrical Bob

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This hairstyle is short at the back, longer in front. The middle parting helps to elongate your face and provides a natural slimming effect.

Side swept fringe

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This is a flattering look for round or square shape face because it gives the illusion of a less wide face. Work with wispy bangs too instead of heavy bangs as that makes you look chubbier.

Layered Hair

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Getting layers near the cheekbone will accentuate your bone structure, giving your features a chance to stand out together with the illusion of a slimmer face.

Big Bun Up

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This one makes your face appear slender and slimmer. For greater effects, work with bigger buns using accessories.

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Tapered Crop

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With side fringe resting on cheekbones, it draws attention to your cheekbones, helping to give an illusion of a slimmer face. Short hair doesn’t necessarily make one look rounder!

Soft Waves

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Not only does it make your face look smaller, it makes your head look smaller too. No more worries about being called fat or chubby.

Long Bob

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To make your face look longer and slender, curl the ends of your bob so that it draws attention away from your cheeks or chin. Pair this with a side swept fringe and pretty headband, and you’re set to go!

Loose Updo

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Similar to a bun up hairstyle, this one means that you let your hair fall around your face so that it not only elongates but makes your face look slender. You can even get creative with braids and other accessories.

Half Up Half Down

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Classic hairstyle; elegance yet gives the illusion of a slim face. Curl the bottom parts of your hair because curls make hair less boring!

Long Layered Curls

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This one is my personal favourites. Longer hair naturally makes one look slimmer. Adding curls simply makes you look more sophisticated.

Give these hairstyles a try and who knows, you might make better use of your money at the hairdresser this time round!

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