FLATTERING EARRINGS FOR YOUR FACE SHAPE

We all have different face structures and not all kinds of accessories suit all faces. Before we break down which earrings will work best for your particular face shape, let’s explore why earrings are your ideal upgrade. They’re one of the most ancient adornments human beings used and continue to be extremely popular. All other accessories like necklace or bracelet are just an add on but earrings bring the focus to your face. They help light up your smile and certainly add a charm to your entire look. Wearing the correct earring shape can be very flattering and can help to accentuate and bring your best features to the fore and take attention away from you’re not so great ones. 

Have you ever compulsively shopped for earrings, and then never wore them a second time? We won’t judge because we’ve done it too… too many times to count! While earrings are a great way to perk up your outfit and get you ready for any occasion in a jiffy, the mistake we all make is picking out the wrong ones. Well, we’re about to change that forever with this guide to the trendiest earring styles that suit your face shape. 

We’ve got the guide to each and every woman’s face shape, plus the perfect ethnic earrings to match! Find your face shape in the list below! 

Round Face 

If your face is circular, meaning widest at the cheekbones with no taper to the chin, then you have a Round Face. Drop or dangle earrings will elongate your face and make it look slimmer like the ones below. Avoid large circular earrings, hoops and button studs which only emphasize the roundness.  

Round-Face

Long and narrow face 

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 type of round earrings will widen your face and make it look fuller, like the ones below. 

Long-Narrow-Face

Square face 

If you have a face where the width of your forehead, cheeks and jawline are similar, you have a Square face. You need to soften the hard edges of your face. To do this go for earrings that are medium to long with rounded edges. Oval shapes soften things up, and circular earrings and hoop earrings work well too. Stay away from square studs or any kind of earring with a square as it only reinforces the squareness. 

Square-Face

Heart-shaped face  

If your forehead is wider than your cheeks and the lower half of your face narrows like a heart then you have a heart-shaped face. In this case, you need to counter balance your sharp chin with chandelier or tear drop earrings. Earrings that are wider at the bottom than the top help fill in the lower portion of your face, so your face is more balanced. 

Heart-Shaped-Face

Oval face 

If your forehead is not too wide, and your face narrows down towards the chin then you have an oval-shaped face that can pull off any earring style. Go crazy with terracotta earrings, studs, danglers, drops, anything you can get your hands on! However, studs or triangular earrings will complement your lovely cheekbones. 

Oval-Face

Inverted Triangle Shape Face
If your forehead is the widest part of your face, tapering down to a narrower, pointy chin, then you have an Inverted triangle face shape. It is similar to a heart shaped face but the difference is that the heart shape is shorter and there is usually a widow’s peak. To balance this face shape, choose earrings that DE-emphasize the wide forehead, and create the illusion of width at the jawline. Chandelier or tear drop earrings work well.  

Inverted-Triangle-Face

Now that you are sorted, it’s time to be carefree and shop your favorites only from Rajwadi.com.

 

Payal.D

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