Beauty Tips For A Round Face
A Round Face
Round faces tend to give a person a more lively, youthful look, but for those who do not know how to work their round face shape may actually distract from there facial features and can even make their face appear heavier. It's very important for women out there with round shaped faces to know how to flaunt this wonderful attribute correctly.
Work Those Eyebrows
If you have a round face, try giving your eye brows a good arch, this will help level your face out a bit making your face not appear 'too' round. Eyebrows that tend to be straight and flat will make your head appear heavier.
Dark On The Eyes And Lips
Wearing darker eye makeup or lipstick brings more focus to the center of your face, and if you have a round one, like myself, you want to always make sure that insides of your face instead of the side to side corners is what you focus on. Wearing darker mascara, eye shadow, or eyeliner is a great way to properly display your round face. Dark lipstick or wearing juicy lip gloss in the center of your lips is another helpful option as well.
Give Height to Your Hair
Lighten Your Foundation Down the Center
When It Comes to Blush, Use Not So Much
Avoid Big Earrings
Big or oversized earrings, usually are a major 'don't' for round faces, since they distract from your best facial features. If your going to wear earrings, try going with a not so big, but not too small earrings that are symmetrical shapes like triangles, squares, or circles.
So there's the basic know how tips on flaunting that beautiful round face or yours.
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