In my humble and honest opinion i belive long hair(at least shoulder length)brings out a "chubby" woman's sensuality.It also slims the appearance of being chubby while adding accents to her curves.Hair color really doesn't matter as long as she can pull it off and wear it well.
I agree. Shoulder length. And straight. Don't do up any of those curly things. And I agree with caitlinlea. Give yourself a do that makes you FEEL good, and it in turn will make you look good.
Depends on the type of the hair and the shape of the woman's face. If it is too round, the hair should be more straight to the shoulder, sometimes a short hair cut looks amazing, my sister has short hair and she has a beautiful face, other woman I know has long straight hair and she looks amazing too. I believe the best advice ever should come from a real hair professional, I think it worth to pay someone to decide with a woman what to do with her hair and then after she can just maintain it. I do not agree with the " What makes you feel good it is right", many times it is not true, some chubby women may feel terrific wearing a mini-skirt or a skinny jeans, but they will not look good at all and people will comment about the outfit,which is not okay. Same with the hair. Look for a expert in this case!
anything straight that you can pull up and away from your face.
i also it depends on the type of the hair and the shape of the woman's face,but If you like it, then don't worry about whether it's "right" for you or not.just do it yourself.
A shoulder length, curly or layered, a ponytail would do or bobcut should also look good....checkout for more http://www.beautytipshub.com/hair-care/ … -face.html
dont do anything too long, that would be unflattering, so i suggest you pick a hairstyle with wome wispy face-framing layers, something shoulder-length as well or just a little past your shoulders.
professional style but not short and not long.around the face to take the plumpness off the face. However with a big smile on your face no one will notice your hair or weight. They will just be happy you are making them smile too.! smiles are contagious.
Curly and teased... Bigger hair slims the face... Not to long or your face will look short and blocky... Not to short or your head will look huge... Just past the Shoulders is good!
What difference does it make? Guys are not looking much at the hair, other than if it is totally weird, despite all the stylist and hair products commercials and adverts. Bottom line: Chubby is chubby. Remember the revival of the old saying during the last Presidential campaign about putting lipstick on a pig.
Face shape has more to do with the best hairstyle for you than body size. Some chubby women still have long slender faces while others may have more of a round face. The shape of the face should dictate hairstyle, the clothing you wear will do more than a hairstyle for giving a slimmer look and shoes can help too. Shoes with a bit of heel will give you a taller look and a more upright posture accenting the curves.
The best would probably be a short bob that curves round your face because it bring attention to the face and not the body.
I am 10 years old, but you should still definitely take my advice.
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