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Last edited by curlinicator; 02-01-2013 at 12:53 PM.
I think it would work pretty well. Keep in mind that she has a square face, but all the things I have read about round face shapes it doesn't do anything it shouldn't (as in, no straight cropped bangs, it's not chin-length, etc).
3b or 3c, med porosity, high density, coarse, mid-back length

2x week wash: Baking soda + honey cleanser, Organix Coconut Milk Conditioner leave-in, coconut oil, Organix Coconut Milk Weightless Styling Mousse, Dep Sport Gel (Marathon Hold)

2x week 2nd day: Shea Moisture Curl & Style Hair Milk (on wet hair)

biweekly super-diluted white vinegar rinse
I think pretty much anything works for a round face shape.
Well, everything except like chin-length bobs and anything that squashes the face (like heavy bangs) and makes it look wider, because that's its "problem" or disproportion or whatever already.
3b or 3c, med porosity, high density, coarse, mid-back length

2x week wash: Baking soda + honey cleanser, Organix Coconut Milk Conditioner leave-in, coconut oil, Organix Coconut Milk Weightless Styling Mousse, Dep Sport Gel (Marathon Hold)

2x week 2nd day: Shea Moisture Curl & Style Hair Milk (on wet hair)

biweekly super-diluted white vinegar rinse
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Last edited by curlinicator; 02-01-2013 at 12:54 PM.
I like the fact that most of the hair is off your face. When round faced people try to cover their face, I think it only accentuates the roundness. Go for it......Bet it will look awesome
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Last edited by curlinicator; 02-01-2013 at 12:54 PM.
The cut looks cute!. I don't know what your hair type is, but just make sure you do not get too much volume out towards the side. That make round faces look wider.

I have a round face too. We need the volume on top but not such much on the sides. And it helps to have some length. Its all an ilusion.

Good luck! I am in the same boat. I need a layered cut badly. I have it all one length and it's not flattering. It worked well before because I was blowdrying it straight, but I recently decided to go curly and am nursing my curls back to life.
fine texture w/normal-abundant density
3b(canapy & sides), 3c(underlayer)?

co-wash: suave tropical coconut
leave-in: Biolage Conditioning Balm
styler: Biotera curling cream &Mastey EMPLACE sculpting spray gel
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Last edited by curlinicator; 02-01-2013 at 12:54 PM.
I would play it safe. Cut the first layers so that they fall (dry) on the collar bone or a few inches below chin. That way you can see how the layered curls behave. I'd rather do that and return for a second cut if I decide to go with shorter layers than cry in the shower because they are too short. I am going to do that. I have cut my hair short (shoulders) and a few times and have always decided to grow it out the same day. The moral of the story is...I don't like short hair on me.

I have 3b but fine and is easier for me to weigh the curls down for more volume control.
fine texture w/normal-abundant density
3b(canapy & sides), 3c(underlayer)?

co-wash: suave tropical coconut
leave-in: Biolage Conditioning Balm
styler: Biotera curling cream &Mastey EMPLACE sculpting spray gel
By the way ..how long is your hair right now? Where do your shortest layers start from?
fine texture w/normal-abundant density
3b(canapy & sides), 3c(underlayer)?

co-wash: suave tropical coconut
leave-in: Biolage Conditioning Balm
styler: Biotera curling cream &Mastey EMPLACE sculpting spray gel
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Last edited by curlinicator; 02-01-2013 at 12:54 PM.
Let me know (if you got the cut) how it turned out. I will be going for mine next week.
fine texture w/normal-abundant density
3b(canapy & sides), 3c(underlayer)?

co-wash: suave tropical coconut
leave-in: Biolage Conditioning Balm
styler: Biotera curling cream &Mastey EMPLACE sculpting spray gel
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Last edited by curlinicator; 02-01-2013 at 12:55 PM.

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