People with a round face tend to have this concern about not getting a proper style to fit their face. If you want to individualize your haircut, even a simple hair design such as a shaved stripe would be enough to stand out. In reading those Twiggy magazines of 1967, one thing especially stood out in my mind: it took a full three hours for Twiggy to make her face up for a photo shoot. In order to get that wide-eyed look, she applied three sets of false eyelashes, then hand-painted bold eyelashes (she called them “twiggies”) on her bottom lids. As a child of ten, three hours in the makeup chair was pretty hard for me to fathom, and I really didn’t understand why it would take that long. Nevertheless, I thought the Twiggy look was the coolest thing ever! I loved her big, expressive eyes, and her vulnerable little girl look-and, her wardrobe was outta sight! My personal favorites were the mod outfits with bold designs and vibrant colors.
A straight A-line bob may end up being the best haircut you’ve ever had, especially if you decide to take a bold chance with a dramatic rusty color. A long bob with straight bangs works to enhance the angles of a round face and camouflage its width. Part your hair in the middle or on the side, and let the front pieces drop down a few inches below the chin. It’s actually quite common for women to have facial and body hair, but there’s a social stigma attached when hair on the face is visible, and most women will go to great lengths to remove it. At one time or another, all women will have plucked out a hair from the chin or the upper lip, they’ll have probably tidied up their eyebrows, and it’s part of most women’s daily routine to shave the legs and armpits, but over time it might seem like you’re beginning to spend longer periods ridding yourself of unwanted hair.
The best results are often attained by choosing an enriching overnight facial treatment or mask which can be used prior to going to bed. Find a moisturizer that can be washed off in the morning after revitalizing, regenerating, moisturizing, and renewing facial skin during your sleep while restoring the skin’s pH balance, in readiness for makeup the following day. Twiggy (born Lesley Hornby September 19, 1949) was just a normal teenager living in England, until one day in 1966, she decided to get her hair cut and colored fashion designer by celebrity hairdresser Leonard at The House of Leonard in Mayfair. Leonard was looking for models to try his new crop haircut out on, and afterward, displayed photos of Lesley’s new look in his salon. Fashion journalist, Deidre McSharry, saw the photos, and was impressed. She arranged to meet Hornby, and took more photos of her for her publication, the Daily Express. When the issue emerged a few weeks later, sixteen-year-old Lesley Hornby was declared “the face of ’66,” becoming the first prominent teenage model.