What do Shag, Lob and Bob have in common? In addition to the fact that they look good on everyone, they are particularly flattering round facial hairstyles. As someone who sees himself as a person at the peak from round to round, I can wholeheartedly subscribe to this expert-approved theory because I had two of the three (and Instagram posts proving it).
But in general, the goal of the round faces is to create the illusion of length. According to hairdresser Jessica Shakir, this can be achieved by "adding long layers to your haircut that pull the eye down, or by wearing hairstyles that increase the size of the top of the head, pulling the eye up."
"When you add layers to your cut, just make sure your levels start over the chin so your face does not get wider!" She says. Root A root spray such as the Root Plant Spray from NuMe ($ 18) is the best way to ensure that volume or style is preserved.
"To make volume immediately, I inject it on the base of the desired dry section of hair and then gently comb it back from below," she explains. Spray This spray is so versatile that it can also be applied to wet hair. Little Wonder Brush ($ 11) – Removes all entanglements without disturbing the style you just created. First of all, some visual inspirations that motivate you to actually follow Shakir's advice.
Georgia May Jagger
The shaggy praise of our dreams.
These teeny tendrils give just the right amount of volume.
This bubble ponytail is personalized "Business in Front, Party in the Back".
A disheveled web is exactly what we expect from this a-list minimalist.
Love the voluminous waves that just framing one side of her face.
We literally can not stop staring at every perfectly placed wave in this praise.
Nothing fits a round face as well as a set of adorable Milkmaid braids.
Slim and smooth to the rear. Nothing is easier or more breathtaking than this.
We love the combination of a low bun with loose threads on one side.
The classic praise is always chic.
Obsessed with this pretty elf.
Side swept hair is a guaranteed style gain.
The attitude of Miss Jackson to high-low hairstyles is mind-boggling.
A smooth, smooth bun makes the cheekbones really radiate.
Space bun for victory.
Love the elegant vibe of a shallow big chop.
Kinky strands that frame the face are too beautiful.
Make your face shine by putting down a down style with a hairdressing headband.
What's not to love about this polished version of the Pixies, though?
Why wear a simple side braid if you can add some pizazz on the opposite side with loose threads?
Braids along the hairline are an easy way to lift a simple bun.
If you want to make a top knot, make sure there is enough volume.
A high ponytail suitable for a queen.
The side pop makes this hairstyle flattering for round faces.
More curls for the girls!
Taraji P. Henson
What's fancier than a dull bob with a duller pony?
A slender bob with side bangs drops us back.
A badass braided updo that puts your face at the center.
This list is not complete without a classic bob.