As you know, we love earrings because they are a wonderful way to perk up your face and make you look classy and fabulous at any age. But be careful you don’t make the mistake of wearing earrings that are “in style” but don’t really suit you. There are many things to consider when choosing the right pair. Here are some tips for getting it right.
Match Your Earrings to Your Face Shape
Earrings can make your face look wide, thin, long or fat depending on your face shape.
Round faces are wider at the cheekbones and narrow at the forehead and jawline. Your face takes an overall circular form. Dangling or Tear Drop long earrings best compliment this face shape. They help elongate the face. Earrings with the sleek and long build are your best pick.
Your face may narrow slightly to a rounded chin. Women with oval face shape, the luckiest ones. You can wear almost all styles of earrings.
Oversized hoop earrings or earrings with rounded edges or shapes are great choices because they bring attention to your earrings and help soften your face’s natural angles. Stay away from square studs or any kind of earring with as square, as it only reinforces the squareness.
If you have a long, thin face, choose earrings that emphasize the width of your face.
Studs, clustered earrings, short dangles, hoops in a medium to large size. Any time of round earrings will widen your face, and make it look fuller.
To balance the triangle shaped face shape, choose earrings that de-emphasize the wide forehead, and create the illusion of width at the jawline. Chandelier or teardrop earrings work well. Our cherries are the perfect option for this type of shape.
Excellent cheekbones are a sign of a diamond-shaped face. The forehead and chin of your face are narrower than your cheekbones. Balance your natural features with earrings that are wider at the middle this will help fill in the lower portion of your face, so your face is more balanced.
So now that you know what works for you, time to bring out your earrings! If you have any questions, leave it in the comments!