#1: Center Part and Razored Ends
Texture and layers are a great option for adding narrowness to a rounder face shape. A middle part with cheekbone framing can give more of an oval appearance. Want to know a little hack? Texture the ends of your layers. This one small adjustment can add movement and remove bulkiness from your ends. Allowing your curls to not weigh down.
#2: Long Bob Blunt Cut with Textured Ends
When considering short hair, don’t shy away from it because of your face shape. Providing it with the right angle and layers, the haircut can complement you with a style that you’ll love. The long bob, blunt cut with textured ends is great for thicker hair to help soften the bulk it condenses.
#3: Vanilla Blonde Mid-Length Cut
#4: Face-Framing Medium Cut with Curtain Bangs
My favorite style for the busy but youthful client is a style with highlights at the ends. It helps to pair with a style that is lived-in like a medium cut with face-framing curtain bangs. Collectively, the style looks chic and intentional while still remaining low-maintenance.
#5: Copper Wavy Hair with Pops of Blonde
Pop some blonde in your copper wavy hair for a fresh change. The short, wavy layers will draw more attention to your hair’s movement. The blonde pop frames your face for an edgy effect. When you go to the salon for touch-ups, you can play with many different tones, making this a versatile color.
#6: Center-Parted Curls with Layers
Center-parted curls are a soft and pretty way to accentuate your natural texture. Adding the side part to your curly cut to balance out the shape helps even out the volume and texture. I recommend doing a dry haircut to avoid shrinkage and create a custom silhouette.
#7: Dimensional and Multi-Layered Shaggy Haircut
Try a feathered cut with shorter layers to flatter your wide-shaped face. The shorter pieces that follow your round face, softly bring your sides inward. This camouflages your width. Ask for extra texturizing so that your layers can have movement and a weightless look.
#8: Soft Disheveled Medium Shag with Brow-Length Bangs
If you are interested in a soft medium shag with bangs, be sure to find a stylist that has the eye for creating this style. The layers at the crown help to customize the look, making your face appear elongated or soft. The right stylist will know how to work with your features.
#9: Low-Maintenance Rooted Blonde Lob
Inspiration can strike while browsing for looks. Some examples like the best length for round faces is a common search. Ideally, you’d want it to be sassy but low-maintenance. A style like a rooted blonde lob, gives a transition to the color and canvas while elongating the shape of your face.
#10: Buttery Blonde Razored Shag
Achieve that 70s bombshell vibe with a buttery blonde razored shag. Razor cutting is one of the best ways to cut a shag haircut because it allows your stylist to achieve softer layers and tapering around your face. Shag cuts are great for framing round face shapes. Remember to use a dry texture spray for more separation and volume.
#11: Balanced Curly Shag
If you want a more balanced curly style to get away from the triangle shape, try to find a stylist who knows how to cut shaggy layers into curly hair. Round layering will give you a great balance to your layers so they shape your hair nicely.
#12: Beautiful Face-Framing Layers with Balayage
You should consider face-framing layers if you’ve been toying with the idea of getting bangs. Ask your stylist to slide cut or point cut your face-framing for better blending and flow of the rest of your hair. Paired with a bold money piece and balayage, these face-framing layers will have so much more dimension.
#13: Blonde Medium-Length Shaggy Cut
A medium-length shag is a flattering haircut for women with round faces because the layers elongate your face. It’s a versatile mid-length cut that is highly recommended by professionals. Getting textured, shaggy layers and adding in tousled waves create a picture-perfect lived-in look. I recommend spraying a bit of AIIR Texture AIR texture spray to get the undone look.
#14: Carefree Vibes Highlights with Medium-Length Wavy Style
Shoulder-length hair for round faces allows you to wear it smooth, wavy, tousled, or glam. It’s easy to style and always looks great. The shape of the cut has a slight angle which always gives your hair a style, no matter how it’s worn. All women can rock this style if they are wanting a low-maintenance cut.
#15: Trendy Shoulder-Length Choppy Cut
What’s great about a shoulder-length choppy cut is how suitable it is for any hair type and face shape. This haircut offers lived-in vibes, for sure! Ask your stylist to use a feather plier razor for this chop and to use it in smooth downward strokes, removing weight in every section.
#16: Medium Face-Framing Hair with Soft Waves
A medium face-framing haircut complements a round face shape. The middle part is the style that gives your face the perfect balance. The face frame on medium-layered haircuts looks way better with waves, providing a more voluminous edge. It even makes a great transition from short to long hairstyles.
#17: Alluring Asymmetrical Bob Medium-Length Hairstyle
An asymmetrical bob medium-length hairstyle is perfect for women wanting to maintain length but also wanting to add some flair to the cut. Creating asymmetry in a cut is a great way for any woman to see what shorter hair would look like without fully committing to it.
#18: Textured Shaggy Lob
Shaggy lobs for round face shapes are the superior choice. Messy hair around the cheeks and chin creates a slimmer appearance. A side part also compliments this style. Wavy hair works best with a shaggy lob, but for straight hair, you can create movement with an iron.
#19: Sweet Medium-Length Angled Bob Cut
A medium-length angled bob cut has a super straight and well-aligned base. The peak at your ends gives lightness to the medium cut for round faces.
#20: Trendsetting Long Wavy Bob with Side Bangs
A long wavy bob with side bangs is a trendy cut for young women looking to update their style. Create a messy vibe by scrunching this mid-length style with some gel. A long bob is also convenient because you can still pull it up to get your workout in. The soft waves around your face and side bangs look great on round face shapes.
#21: Sleek Straight Bob with Bangs
Opt for a straight bob with bangs if you’re down for a new hair transformation, and want to flaunt medium-length wispy hair. This shoulder-grazing haircut looks flattering and really complements the roundness of your face, and the style can make a nice go-to cut for ladies with thin hair. It’s perfect for women who are growing out short hairstyles, too. The bangs in this bob hairstyle are there to hide a more prominent forehead, balance out facial features and accentuate a unique eye color.
#22: Modern Shag Haircut with Side Bangs and Choppy Ends
Lovin’ a good medium shag haircut with side bangs? If so, give this shag a try! This wavy, mid-length hair is one of those stunning shag medium hairstyles for round faces and it’s a modern version of the typical, classic shag. Thanks to the added streaks of the blonde shade, it looks more flattering.
#23: Stunning Curly Hair
Graze your shoulders with curly hair with your round face to bring life back to the curvature of your curls and give you height. Curly medium-length haircuts for round faces require a variety of height and width in the right places. The length instantly brings width to under your face, balancing a rounder face, while the lift from the shape gives a feel of elongation, which this shape needs.
#24: Curtain Bangs and a Wavy Hairstyle
Packed with a fresher and classy vibe, curtain bangs for round faces on mid-length hair never fail to add an extra flair to a chop. This fringe draws attention down to your cheek area. It’s also optimum for a shoulder-grazing shag, boosting the wavy hair texture. Feel free to paint subtle light brown highlights on your dark tresses to shake things up.
#25: Texturized and Medium Layered Lob
A texturized and medium layered bob with a side-part, when volumized with waves, becomes very elegant-looking. Parting a long bob to one side adds fullness to your hair, which flatters a round face shape. Copy the style in the picture by using a 1.25″ curling iron, alternating between loose curls and crimped waves.
#26: Organic Middle Part Natural Waves
Organic middle-part natural waves for a round face shape give balance to a wider face, while the one-length medium hairstyle creates a slimmer feel, skimming the sides of the face. Medium haircuts for round faces look great with natural-looking loose waves that add an in-and-out effect to your hair.
#27: Modern Simplicity Highlights with Medium Wavy Hair
Those modern simplicity highlights with medium wavy hair are a gem! The soft waves create movement, which accentuates the added bright blonde strands. Keep the length where it grazes your neck to complement your round face shape better.
#28: Layered Loveliness with Wide Bangs
A layered loveliness with wide, long bangs makes a dazzling, cute-looking hair style. Choose a type of fringe that goes well with this medium hair with layers, and can be parted in the middle to frame your face. Ladies with fine hair will enjoy this layered hairstyle. It offers a voluminous and full-bodied edge.
#29: Straight Shoulder-Length Shag With Bangs
A straight shoulder-length shag with bangs is an upgraded version of the classic ’90s hair. A shag on shoulder-length hair is way better with texture as it adds spontaneous movement to your haircut. The style works great on natural straight locks and complements round faces the most!
#30: Asymmetrical Bob Medium-Length Hairstyle
An asymmetrical bob is a medium-length hairstyle that creates a flattering frame for round faces. The first step is to cut the perimeter blunt. That way, it’s easier to connect the asymmetry at the back. Use vertical layers or texturize your ends to create a more rounded feel, avoiding an overly geometric look.
#31: Medium Shaggy Strands with Wispy Bangs
Medium shaggy strands with wispy bangs—these get along so well and make a perfect match. They make an optimum hairstyle for women with round faces and medium to fine-density hair. A shag with bangs like this never fails to appear cute and super stylish. Medium shaggy hair with wispier bangs offers women with fuller faces, freedom. This shaggy cut is very versatile.
The shag texture and loose style are for women who don’t want to straighten or style their hair daily. This shaggy cut complements all face shapes, especially round faces. Just make sure you’re comfortable with the length and texture of your bangs. If you prefer straight heavy hair, then this shag cut isn’t for you. Shags work best on medium hair for round faces.
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#32: One-Length Lob with Blunt Ends Medium Hairstyle
This medium-length haircut for a round face shape is a lob with no layers. The straight haircut falls just under the shoulders to hit the collarbone area. Avoiding layers with this mid-length cut is always better so you don’t get that flipped out effect. If you are considering this chop, I suggest using Bumble and bumble’s Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil Primer. This pre-styler will protect your hair from heat and UV rays. Styling with this product makes it really easy to achieve that perfectly straightened look. You can also easily use a 1-inch wand to create gorgeous, tousled beach waves.
#33: Messy Textured Shoulder-Length Bob
This mid-length cut is the hot length right now and everyone calls it the lob. This medium-length bob works on many hair types and is customizable. The cut is chic and trendy, yet age-appropriate for all women. It looks adorable straight or with a curl and is truly universal. Another huge bonus is that it grows out nicely. The look is such a modern update to a woman’s everyday style. Since the bob is slightly longer around the front, it’s great for creating a slimmer face and softening the angles of round-shaped faces.
#34: Mid-Length Lob with Side-Swept Bangs
For your next haircut, go for an extra-long long bob with a side-swept fringe. Square layers are kept mostly in the back. The length on the sides was kept with a blunt perimeter for a modern edge. This side parting haircut is a great introduction for women looking for a change from their regular long layered haircut. Long bobs can be as short as above the shoulders, collarbone-length, or somewhere in between your collarbone and chest. The longer length extends your face vertically, helping to balance your round face.
This wavy lob with bangs that are side-swept continues the elongating effect as opposed to straight across bangs. This length is still great for the active girl who likes to tie her hair back, as well as for the girl who likes to play with her natural wavy texture or wear it sleek and straight. As for products, I recommend Kevin Murphy’s Smooth.Again for taming your frizz, and the dry texture spray by Davines as a great finisher for tousled hairstyles for round faces.
#35: Classy Collarbone-Length Lob
A collarbone-length hairstyle with a center part for a round face is absolutely timeless. The haircut is adjustable and can range from edgy to conservative. It’s easy to change from day to date night by adding tousled waves. The long bob is versatile and a never-ending trendy cut! Consultation is key with your hairdresser. Determining the perfect length for this look is important. Here, we wanted to conceal unwanted features, so we discussed length and movement, which are key for round face shapes.
#36: Asymmetrical Wavy Layered Ombre Medium-Length Haircut
This medium-layered hairstyle is a textured lob haircut with an ombre color. Women with a round face can wear this lob. It can be sleek and classy or edgy and full of texture. This bob haircut is super easy to style and works well with most face shapes, especially rounder faces. It can also easily go from casual to professional. To style, I suggest, simply adding a little light mousse to your damp hair, rough dry it, then enhance the waves with a big barrel curling iron. Now add some texture spray and run your fingers through to finish the style!
#37: Side-Parted Medium-Length Waves on a Bronde Lob
This is a dimensional bronde, root-stretched hair color with a long, texturized lob haircut, and medium-length waves. The haircut was done with a slightly blunt inversion toward the face. The last three inches of hair were textured with a razor. For mid-length styles like this, use a 1 1/4-inch barrel curling iron to create the “twist out” beach waves. If you’re a woman with a round face considering this medium-length haircut, add a fringe around your brow. Bangs for a round face can help to elongate your face.
#38: Perfectly Undone Melted Lob
This melted, perfectly undone “lob” or mid-length cut is for any fashion-forward and artsy kind of woman. It’s ideal for anyone who likes maintenance. If you have medium-textured hair, and a lot of it, ask your stylist to texturize it to keep that wispy look.
#39: Cute Long Textured Bob
Try a long textured bob with a deep side part. It offers styling versatility and the ease of creating a chic, undone look at home. Depending on your hair type, I recommend you use a beach texturizer like Kevin Murphy Beach.Resort spray on wet hair, then something to piece out the layers once dry like Kevin Murphy Bedroom.Hair. This long bob is ideal for women with medium to thick hair and enough hair to have lots of layers. For a woman with a round face, styling can be really important in creating a flattering style.
#40: Effortless Middle-Parted Chic Cut
Consider a middle-parted cut for a rounder face shape. Bedhead and messy waves are very trendy right now, and this type of haircut shows them off perfectly. If you have a round face and want medium-length hair, styling is simple. Simply wave your hair with either a flat iron or larger barrel curling iron, break up the curls with your fingers, and then spray a texture spray all over for added grit and volume. Allowing your crown area to have a volume also gives your look a fuller edge. To preserve your style, spray dry shampoo at the roots on second and third-day hair.
#41: Wavy Long Layers and Textured Fringe
Go for a beautiful mid-length haircut with long layers and a textured fringe. Bangs for round faces help to elongate the face. If you have finer hair, use something for volume like a mouse or texture spray like Shu Uemura Texture Wave. For coarser hair, use something for smoothing like Virtue Smoothing Cream.
Haircuts like this are for women willing to style their bangs every morning. Bangs are a commitment, so if you are up to styling them every day, this is for you. Blunt bangs cut right over your eyebrows help facial framing for round face shapes. This textured medium-length cut works best for hair types that are on the fine to medium side.