Which hairstyle is best for oversized women? Believe it or not, many oversized women ask this question. Are things really that different when it comes to oversize hairstyles for women? Yes and no.
First, let's take a look at what is common when choosing hairstyles between plus size women and women in general.
A hairstyle should complement the shape of your face. Although every face is basically oval, there are many deviations in the dimensions of the face that cause it to deviate from a purely oval shape. Below are the basic face shapes and hairstyles that complement them.
pear – This face shape has a wide chin and a narrow forehead. It is desirable to have a hairstyle that widens the forehead and at the same time draws attention away from the chin. The hair should be fuller at the top and swept away from the face to create the illusion of a fuller forehead. Avoid styles that are wider on the chin to soften a square jaw line.
place – A square forehead and an angular jaw line are the characteristics of the square face shape. Hair swept across the face and covering the forehead softens sharp angles. Shorter lengths that extend just below the chin also help soften a square jaw.
oval – Like the oversized hourglass, an oval face is suitable for almost any style. Withdrawn or worn hair shows the most of an oval face. Long hairstyles or shorter hair with some curls also look flattering on an oval face.
Round – The widest part of a round face is on the cheeks. Your goal should be to lengthen both the top and bottom of your face. Build some height on top of your head while avoiding shorter, combed back styles.
Heart-shaped – This is a triangular face shape that is wider on the forehead and has a narrow chin. Wear styles that widen your chin, e.g. B. Layered styles that slope towards your face. Shorter lengths to the middle of your neck work best.
Oversized women with long hair look particularly elegant with their hair pinned up. This works very well for formal occasions when you wear a dress or evening dress. In general, shorter, oversized women should consider shorter hairstyles to balance their torso against their legs. A silk scarf or headband tied across the forehead and under the back of the hair can add an accent to oversized hairstyles.
In the end, it is important to complement your natural properties and express your individual style and personality with your clothes, your accessories and the choice of an oversize hairstyle.