Tuesday, 10 December 2013

Fringes for round faces

Fringes for round faces

Its that time of year where we are all getting itchy feet and need a change. Its time to have "BANGS". There is a fringe for everyone but here is a variety of shapes for round faces.

There are certain shapes to avoid, you can end up making your face rounder or even add to corners to end up looking more masculine.

A straight across "school girl" fringe will make your face rounder, accentuating cheek bones, so if you have no bones it will just show off cheek. 

Try having a slightly softer edge to it, this creates a bit more femininity. Having longer sides to your fringe will also create a longer face shape. 

A slightly sweepy fringe looks really pretty on a round face, make sure its heavy enough to give an impact and hold its shape.

Again keep the longer edges to your fringe to give a soft slope. 

When you have a round face its great to have soft layering and your fringe blend into the rest of your haircut.

Im a huge fan of the Alexa Chung fringe, it's one that i've decided to go for this winter!

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2 weeks till christmas!

2 weeks till CHRISTMAS

Are you having a mad panic and trying to think of the perfect gift. Im here to help!!

Do you have a family member or friend that likes the finer things in life and loves to be treated.....

Aveda have a beautiful range of christmas gift sets this year, they are limited edition so once they are gone, they are gone!!!

Changing Lives in Nepal 
2,400 families can buy food and clothing, repair their homes,send their children to school and save for the future because more than 4,9000 people were hired to make more than 1,400,000 sheets of paper for these gift sets. That's a lot of lives changed. And because it protects 34,000 acres of forest it also fights climate change which could change all our lives!

Not only do these presents change lives but they are also beautiful gifts. Pop in to your local Aveda salon!!

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