Anonymous: tell me about someone important to you

Ooh I haven’t had an ask like this before. Well, he’s kind, determined, strong willed and has my favourite eyes in the world.

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Anonymous: Do you have any idea on what hairstyles would look nice on a round face? Thanks, I love your tumblr xx

Hey there,

I have quite a round face myself (well I have big cheeks), so I find that having long layers really work for me. I also try to give my hair some body when I blow dry it so it downplays roundness. Don’t be afraid of volume; just make sure to balance out the shape by adding height at the crown. Or perhaps you could give it some light tousled curls (wavy texture) that bends right at the cheekbone, this will help define the features. I would avoid fringes that hit above the eye brows, which can shorten the face and make it look rounder, or side fringes which can bulk up and make the face appear wider.

Also don’t be afraid to ask your hairdresser for some tips. I’m sure they’ll happily give you some styling ideas and tips :)

I hope this helped a little. I suck at hair haha


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people who randomly decide to compliment you are so important

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