Women’s haircuts for a full face should not “lick” the head because such a hairstyle visually enlarges the facial features and adds volume in the cheek area. There is no need to part in the middle of the head. If you have a round face, you need to avoid clear geometric divisions; a side parting with bangs on the side will look better.
Avoid excessive hair volume, formed at the level of the widest part of the face – this will only accentuate the imbalance. It is not recommended to lower the thick straight bangs below the eyebrows or, conversely, make it very short. In the first version, you will emphasize the volume of the cheeks, and in the second, the spherical shape of the outline. Straight, thick bangs are possible only in the version up to the middle of the forehead, combined with a short hairstyle and additional volume in the crown area.
Super-short pixie haircuts are very rare for donuts. An exception may be girls with pretty facial features and a perfect hairstyle contour in the back of the head. The level of the hair cut should not coincide with the jawline: choose medium-length hairstyles with a cascading texture – this is what works in your version.
If you are a happy owner of curly hair, there is no need for constant straightening – it will be enough to remove the volume of hair in the cheeks and cheekbones using the cascade technique. A haircut for a plump face, regardless of the length of the hair, should visually stretch the face and hide the protruding cheeks.
For this, many professional techniques can harmonize facial features, express the image and hide flaws. A good stylist will unmistakably determine which haircut is suitable for a full face, considering its characteristics and hair type.