I think it chic, but not every face can wear it. Any ideas for round-shape faces?
We consulted with our hair guru. He says that it is best to offset round faces with angular styles: in other words, do the opposite of your face shape. Think square. So for those with round faces, angled layers, blunt cuts like bobs, etc work the best.
No wonder I'm not digging my new bob, wish i had read this post first :( Next time, it's square for me!
Bleargh - I've tried this but my hair is flat on top and frizzy on the ends, so it ends up looking like a pyramid. Too much maintenance!
Choc- I think you just have to have the right cut...I tend to have VERY poofy, frizzy, wavy hair that can look like a pyramid. My "hair guy" thins it out some way to get rid of that pyramid look. Good luck!