Lauren Conrad knows that if it's not broke, don't fix it, as these waves have become her signature. And with good reason: "It's about angling layers ... more
Lauren Conrad knows that if it's not broke, don't fix it, as these waves have become her signature. And with good reason: "It's about angling layers out the right way-not boxing the face in. That'll make a round face look shorter," hairstylist Andy Lecompte says. Steal her look by asking your stylist for loose, face-framing layers, the first ones beginning slightly past the chin. Add waves by wrapping sections of the hair around a one-and-a-quarter-inch-barrel curling iron, feathering it away from the face. Brush through curls with a wire-bristle brush, like Sheila Stotts's Application Brush, he says. "You can back-comb and tease with the same brush for volume and shine."
Round faces have that sweet and youthful appeal, but the right cut can add sophistication, too. Lauren Conrad, Adele, and more show us how it's done-and no lengths are off-limits.
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