If your hair are long, don't make them short because length of your hair conceals roundness of your face. Long hair, whether straight or wavy, both work for a chubby face.
Try a long choppy pixie cut for a fat face, in order to narrow your cheekbones and slim down a full jawline. The long fringe and choppy pieces throughout the crown visually elongate a chubby face. This unique style for round faces looks best on women over 50.
A hairstyle for a round chubby face can be any length, even a short asymmetrical style works. Super-short on one side and long and wavy on the other, this cut gives you the best of both worlds: is it a bob or a pixie?
The haircuts and styles that look good on a round chubby face are sleek straight hair with a side parting, side fringes with feathered waves, and a bob cut with a side fringe. You need cuts and styles that help you give the illusion of cutting down the roundness and making your face look a little longer instead.
Long hairstyles with loose locks are generally very flattering for round faces. Straight tresses on both sides of your face cover it partially, and it seems narrower. Besides, they create long vertical lines next to your cute full face, elongating it visually to your advantage.
As far as hairstyles that make your face look thinner go, long hair is one of the easiest options. "Long hair instantly slims most face shapes. Think about getting semi-permanent hair extensions to speed up the process," says Lopez.
These haircuts shorten and round out the face. Furthermore, the shorter the blunt cut is, the more facial features are exposed, contributing to the circular appearance. Blunt haircuts that are jaw length or shorter tend to have the most noticeable rounding effect on the face.
Women with double chins and thick necks can never go wrong with a long bob, enhanced with a beautiful color and beachy waves. This hair length can skillfully elongate a short neck and remove the focus from an undefined chin. Besides, it fits both young girls and women over 50 and requires minimal styling.
49. Chubby Face & Long Hair with Bangs. Geometric contrasts are surprisingly good for round faces. The attention-grabbing combination of long straight strands and thick short bangs lifts the cheekbones and slims down the cheeks.
Get your hair cut in layers and maintain the length if you do not want to go short. Simply sport a middle partition and let your shiny strands fall on both sides. The middle partition will elongate the face, while the layers on the sides will camouflage the cheeks.
What you're looking for: If it's less than two and a quarter inches from your ear to the pencil, green light—short hair (like a chin-length bob) will look great on you. If it's more than two and a quarter inches, you may want to consider keeping a bit of length (think: a shoulder-grazing lob or longer).
For those with rounder or wider faces and foreheads, curtain bangs can help narrow the width of the face and balance out your features in a more flattering manner. Naturally, this means that if you have a small and narrower forehead, it's wise to stay away from this style as it can make your features look narrower.
“It's a good way to wear a fringe when you're older because it keeps it soft and more feminine,” she says. The other all-important detail is how you dry it.
This is one of the best hairstyles to hide sagging neck (among the shorter ones) or rather distract attention from it, and it's perfect for thick hair. Its point is a proportional silhouette achieved with volume on the crown and longer strands framing the face.
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.
The angled cut creates the illusion of a slimmer face. Ask your stylist to allow the hair framing your face to hit just at your jawline and go as short as you'd like in the back.
Go for bangs
Celebrity stylist Mitch Stone recommends bangs for any age, but especially for his more mature clients. Bangs are always in style and can complement any face shape – but make sure your stylist understands your face shape first.
Super-short pixie cuts
Not only do they draw attention to every line and wrinkle on your face, ultra-short hairstyles tend to be preferred by women of a certain age, making even young women look significantly older than they actually are when they get one.
Bangs Done Right
Bangs can add a youthful quality to your face by making it appear smaller. But be careful to not have a bang that is too short. You want your bangs to come down long enough over your forehead so they don't accentuate any fine lines around your eyes.
Being a style that's hard to carry, Pulitano says “a curtain fringe won't suit all face types.” “I would avoid it for round shaped faces and square jawlines. I would also avoid it if you have a strong cowlick, as your fringe will jump up in the centre and split in the wrong place all the time.”
A great way to divert attention from the forehead is to ensure your hair's volume isn't falling to the ends, which can often happen with thicker, longer lengths. "Short-to-medium length haircuts will help add some natural volume around the parting," says M.
The Korean Air Bangs is generally a thin layer of fringe that is commonly found along the hairline to the eyebrows or lashes. This famously known type of bangs creates that fresh, light, and tidy look that is easy on the eyes. Unlike most bangs, the Korean Air Bangs do not give off a suffocating look.
Ultimately, short hair can make you look older, but it doesn't have to. “The way you style your short hair has a bigger impact on how old it makes you look rather than the actual haircut itself,” she says. This leads us to the importance of texture in a short haircut, and its instant de-aging effects.