Full moon, apple, plum, with baby-effect cheeks… there are so many ways to define the round face and so are the short cuts indicated to streamline it
An old rule is that the round face does not marry well with the short cut, because it would make it even more plump. Still, the latest cutting techniques are designed specifically to slim down the rounder faces.
Let’s start with the basics, that is, that the short cuts are divided substantially into two categories: the very short and the helmets. In the first case, the “sleazing” effect is achieved with clever parades of strands of various levels; the carts for round faces, on the other hand, must follow the perimeter of the head and stop at the height of the chin, never above, at most just below the jaw.
In the middle there is a whole wide range of variants that are structured according to the type of hair (hedgehog, choppy, smooth), its structure (big, medium, thin), and of course the desired look. But the staples remain the same for all the cuts chosen: yes to the volume on the top of the head and to the tufts paraded at the height of cheekbones and cheeks; lengths that stop mid-face, neither the looks nor the excess volume on the sides of the face. To clarify your ideas, look at the cuts of the gallery at the top.