There are a lot of "rules" regarding hairstyles for women with round face shapes. But this doesn't mean that you can't experiment with cute hairstyles. In fact, BLACKPINK's Jennie Kim is proof that you can have fun with your hair, and look extra pretty, too! Check out her best lewks below and save them for future reference.
Most Flattering Hairstyles For Round Face Shapes, As Seen On Jennie Kim
Middle part lob hairstyle with two hairpins
Before, people with round faces were cautioned about parting their hair in the middle. But seeing Jennie look so good in this look, we're about to change our minds.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWFeatured VideoADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
The Hun is a coined word for half-high bun. Having volume on top of your head can lengthen the appearance of a round face shape.
Classic, super long hair
This carefree, "just woke up like this" hairstyle works all the time. Bouncy hair can downplay a round face.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Side part hairstyle with a cute barrette
Here's a charming hairstyle that can slim down plump cheeks.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Side braid hairstyle
Add a scarf or a ribbon to make a simple braided hairstyle look extra cute!
Long hairstyle with a center part, plus tiny face-framing braids
The tiny braids take the hair away from your face, which low-key enhances your facial bone structure.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Half up ponytail
This cool-girl hairstyle lengthens the shape of a round face. Plus, it lifts the cheekbones.
The quickest way to look put together? Wear a headband that matches the color of your outfit!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Side part low bun hairstyle
Going somewhere fancy? A low bun like this is super easy to achieve by yourself.
Long hairstyle with layers
Hands down, a face-framing layered hairstyle is the best choice for round faces because they slim down plump cheeks and define a soft jawline.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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