Haircuts That Make You Look Thinner

Hair is also a significant part of woman’s beauty and has to be rightly treated. Follow some simple tips for your hair and use the best hairstyle for your appearance.

Long Layers
Long layers that are vertical-shaped, not horizontal, can elongate your face shape. Layers should not be too short nor too wide. Curls can shrink a considerable amount when cutting layers, so be careful about the length.

Change is Good
If you haven’t changed your hairstyle in awhile, find a photo of a new style and get your haircut. A bad hairstyle can make you look 10 years older.When it comes to improving our appearance, we are always searching for the fastest way to reach our goals. While quick fixes often fail, even the slightest change in your hairstyle can produce noticeably positive effects.

Say No to Traditional Bobs
Certain bob hairstyles will add a few pounds instead of visually subtracting pounds. If you want your face to look slimmer, wearing a bob hairstyle that frames your face will call more attention to that roundness. Chin-length bobs also tend to add volume on the sides of the head, which will make your face look even wider

Bangs and Side Parts are Slimming
Long, side-swept bangs are great for hiding a high forehead. Steer clear of blunt-cut bangs. Full, straight-across bangs will reduce the overall length of the face. Stick to wispy, side-swept bangs to perk your style up without compromising your efforts. Sweeping your bangs or any long layers diagonally to the side breaks up and softens a round face, and accentuates your cheekbones.

Avoid Pyramid Head
Add volume at the top of the head. It will draw the focus to your eyes as well as your forehead. The flat hair on the top of your head or “pyramid head” does not have any face-thinning qualities.Use duckbill clips along with a diffuser to dry your hair. This will lift hair at the roots and add needed volume to the crown of your head.

Accessorize
 Placement is the secret when it comes to using hair accessories to your advantage. If you place the hair accessories near the base of an updo or as close to the crown of your head as possible, you will achieve a more elongated look.

Credits:Naturallycurly