Some of our most conscious beauty efforts are directed towards looking anything but fat. Exercise, diet, make- up tricks and a hoard of other tactics are used to hide that unsightly fat from the body as well as from the face. There is no harm in having chubby cheeks though. As a matter of fact, a little fat adds that bright glow as you beam. Chubby faces look cute all the time. The key is not to hide it. You should flaunt your chubbiness as an asset and a good idea to begin with is to wear your hair the right way.
How To Hide Double Chin With Hair?
- Part it right
A central parting is a strict no for round faces. They make the jaw line appear plumper than it is. A central parting also draws unnecessary attention to all the wrong areas on your face. The solution? Go for side parting, a zig zag line towards the left or all the hair swept to one side for that easy- going appeal. If you like, you can also add highlights to experiment with your side swept look
- Wavy curtains
Do not straighten your hair if you are trying to chisel out your face cut. Waves and curls add an interest. They create an effect of trimmed cheekbones and a narrower jaw line. The idea is to take away the focal point from the chubby cheeks and redirect it towards your nose and eyes so that your face appears at its best. Wavy or curly hair act as a lovely natural frame for round faces. With the impression of added volume that comes with such styles, what more can you possibly ask for?
- Dimension with a bang
Bangs can add a lot of dimension to all face types. But wait before you decide to chop them off in any random style. While attempting to hide any excess fat on the face, you should always go for side swept styles. The same applies to bangs as well. Go for a good length that can be swept in any direction that you find suitable. You can also try a half updo with the side swept bangs. An updo works as the perfect trick to create an elongating effect. As a result, your face would appear longer and less round
- Layered volume
Try the various layered haircuts as a means of experimenting with your overall look. Layers create the illusion of volume and bounce. Both are amazing elements that make the face appear slimmer. Go for ombre shades that complement your skin tone. It is better to stay towards the darker shades otherwise the cheeks may look rounder which you may not approve of
- All the mess
Messy hairstyles are the coolest style out there. Not only do they work for all personalities, but they also create such a beautiful balance of sophistication and practicality that no one can complain. Choose a carefree messy bun or braids in the Bohemian style. Make sure that you allow maximum loose strands to fall in a wispy flutter framing your face. The messy strands will do half the job of cutting down the edges of your cheeks, making you look the way you wanted to
- Side ponytail
Another easy hairstyle that can go pretty well with a round face is the side ponytail. Easy to tie and easier to carry all day long, a side ponytail ensures that your hair is not a hindrance when you have to work and look good at the same time. You can experiment with the style of the ponytail as well. Try mini braids running through your hairdo or add some colourful streaks that are not of a permanent nature. You could also think about donning some attractive hair accessory instead of a boring hair tie
- Coloured fringe
This is a fun twist to the usual hairstyles that almost every girl can try. Just get a fringe long enough to hang beyond your chin and partly covering your cheeks. You can add that extra touch by colouring the fringe in a catchy shade that is not so common to be spotted. A coloured fringe is stylish, trendy and quite expressive all at the same time