Do you have a plump face and are looking for a way to make the fat appear less prominent? Giving yourself a hair makeover is a good idea. While makeup plays some part in playing down your plump features, what can dramatically change your look is a haircut. Experienced stylists know a variety of suitable hairstyles for fat women. You can also look up Short Hairstyles For Fat Women in magazines before going to your regular stylist.
If you have a face that is almost round, a hairstyle emphasizing your forehead can work well. A deep fringe along with layers that play down your plump cheeks is a suitable hairstyle. The best part about getting a short haircut is the ease with which you can manage it on a regular day. Running a brush through your short hair can be enough to take you through the day, with a few touch-ups to keep the look fresh. The texture and thickness of your hair goes a long way in determining the shape of your final haircut. For Afro features, thick hair styled in a very short crop looks smart and traditional. It can also bring out the planes of the forehead and cheeks. For those with smooth and straight hair, short layers or a boycut both highlight the features of the face. Adding a front wave to frame some of the forehead is a fine style addition with these basic hairstyles. Regular bobs, mixtures of bobs and blunt cuts, asymmetrical layers and chops look great with plump faces. It is also a smart idea to keep your hair parted at the side, to make the face appear slightly slender. A hairstyle that is too symmetrical can actually make your face look rounder than it is. For an edgy look, you can crop the hair on one side and style it in chin length layers on the other. Take a look at these hairstyles.
Hairstyle Smart Idea
This short wavy hairstyle is great for fine straight hair. See how a soft wave frames the forehead.
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