Also note her center part. "If you want to wear a center part, the way to make it work for a round face is to have hair a few inches past your shoulders with layers that hit at the jaw," says hairstyle Chris McMillan in Allure Magazine. "Ask your stylist to cut in a bit on the sides to create subtle angles."
Musts for this look:
- To get pin-straight hair, invest in a flat iron. Also, check out How to Use a Flat Iron.
- Learning how to properly blow dry your hair can make a huge difference in your hair's appearance. See The Perfect Blowout -- How to Blow Dry Your Hair.
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