Updo with Deep Side Part on Asian Women Having Round Face
Asian people are so blessed with thick, dark, luxurious, and straight tresses. What appears to be unique is that their hair, either dark brown or black appears more porous and can absorb moisture easily. That makes the hair more likely to be more voluminous and opportunely frizz. The extra volume that Asians have, to some extent, may be a problem for those that have a round face adorned with pronounced cheeks.
In order to deal with that, there are a number of hairstyles which need to be taken into account, particularly when dealing with the frizz as well as humidity. Also, most Asians will like hairstyle which can help to elongate their face.
A stylish and elegant updo with deep side part is obviously a great, sleek style which can be sported to sui formal occasions, such as proms or weddings.
The updo can add more volume right at the crown area of the head while the side-part is great option when diffusing the appearance of rounded look of the face.
It is important to maintain sleek look by raking dime-sized dollop of a frizz-maintaining hair serum all over your locks.
It is important to create a deep side part, created by dragging a thin-toothed comb in upward movement just a few inches above the ear. Combing the hair across the forehead and spraying it with hairspray devoted to deal with the frizzy hair are the next step to do.
Afterward, pull the hair in high ponytail. To set the style in place, use a curling iron so as to create a couple of large curls horizontally in the ponytail.