Layers should be cut in a circular style to contrast the strong angle of your jawbone. Circular layers also give curls more movement, and bring balancing volume to the crown of the head. Also try experimenting with a deep or asymmetrical side part to add more angles to the rounded edges of your shape. If you’re a fan of the look, make sure it’s parted as you wear it when you get a cut, or else risk too-short fly-away pieces on the sides.
If you have highly textured hair
Rounded square shapes are best complemented by volume at and just beneath the crown, so cutting silky layers that create movement in this area will emphasize your best assets. For short cuts, the top sides of the crown should have slightly longer strands than the sides of the head, to help balance out your strong jawline and to make sure the round curves of your face don’t override your features.
Meanwhile, medium and longer lengths shine brightest with slimming layers at the sides of the face, so that eyes and lips take center stage. There is only one length to refrain from cutting a blunt edge at—the chin—as this will make your strands lose its natural wave pattern, and instead cling to the round-meets-square shape of your face.
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