8 Best Haircuts for a Round Face, As Inspired By Celebrities

As Kunis demonstrates, a bombshell blowout is a great fit for a round face shape. The highlights add modest contour and support the long layers of the style.

Mila Kunis

Despite Dunst's somewhat blunt chop, movement and a pleasing frame are created by a tousled finish and beachy, windswept bangs, which are probably enhanced by a dry texture spray.

Kirsten Dunst

Nyong'o's naturally curly pixie actually elongates her complexion so if you're looking for an illusion, take note. Playing up organic texture helps to create a close-crop that's stylish, fun, and memorable.

Lupita Nyong o

Tumbled lengths cut a few inches past the shoulder, whether worn split in the middle or flung carelessly to one side, give off an effortless boho vibe. For a final appearance

Kate Bosworth

In contrast to abrupt, single-length ends, Stone's bob emphasizes delicate layers. A side-swept bang, blended lengths, and thoughtful styling all work together to create a structurally pleasing framing for the actor's face.

Emma Stone

A long, sweeping bang lean combined with a rounded bob work with Diaz's facial shape instead than against it, creating a delicate, beautiful overall appearance.

Cameron Diaz

Round faces are prettily framed by curtain bangs, or simply the appearance of curtain bangs, as in Chan's long-layered cut. Curl the front parts away from your face at the cheekbones to make the most of the style.

Gemma Chan

Barrymore is the one who goes all out bohemian. Air-dried waves that are long and rumpled complement almost any face shape, but they look especially lovely when paired with a round complexion.

Drew Barrymore