Every person has their personality, sense of styling and dressing. It reflects their inner self and inclination towards particular fashion trends. Choosing the correct accessories to stand out is one big agenda for that matter.
However, it’s totally fine to experiment with your looks now and then. But, mostly you need to choose the accessory that levels up your personality.
Most people are unaware of the fact that geometry plays a vital role in the style world. From dresses to accessories like engagement rings, earrings, necklace etc. everything depends on your face cut, body type, length and last your personal choice.
Here, we have compiled some ideas for you while choosing jewellery for you or your loved one based on their face cut. Whether it be an engagement or wedding anniversary gift, your knowledge of this facial geometry will help you choose the best of all.
1. Oval Shaped Face: Pearls, Teardrops, Ovals earrings:
Considered the most convenient shape to style, an oval-shaped face can go for almost every type of jewellery. You just need to avoid too much length like long dangles. Instead, go for round rings, those will add up the right proportion to your face. It will add up to the length of your face making it seem elongated.
The oval-shaped faces look nicer with hoops, studs, Huggies, triangle-shaped rings.
You can choose pearl studs, diamond teardrops, or gold hoops.
2. Round Shaped Face: Drop and long dangle earrings:
That cute round face just needs an elongated structure for attraction. Round-faced people have ears near to their faces. Your face seems circular with chin and forehead in right proportion with your cheeks. These types of faces hardly contain some sharp features. You need to add angles to your face.
Avoid wearing anything round, it will widen up your face. Instead go for dangles, drops or jewellery that adds up a length to your face. Tassels, chains, feathers are some quirky jewellery ideas.
3. Heart-Shaped Face: Teardrops flatter earrings:
While talking about your facial geometry, heart-shaped faces are narrower at the chin and have a broader forehead area. These face cuts have a bit sharper features than other face types. Avoid angular jewellery to keep it on a softer side. To balance out your face proportion, you must choose earrings with wider bottoms. You must avoid big and heavy elongated dangles for sure. You need to add a sharp edge to your facial geometry.
Always go for flat teardrops, triangle-shaped earrings with round edges, leaf rings.
4. Square Shaped Face: Long hoop and studs:
People with square-shaped faces are blessed with a strong attractive jaw line. It’s the centre of attraction for their face type. The chiselled face cut needs to soften up a bit with additional accessories. Square shaped faces have broad foreheads with almost similar width at cheeks and jaw line area. To add a bit of circular structure to your face, opt for round jewellery items.
You can go for long hoops, studs that draw attention to your ear section. It will get the focus shifted from your angular face structure.
Gold rings, diamond studs, hoops with multiple round figures are good choices for this face type.
5. Inverted Triangles Face: dangling earrings:
The inverted triangle face seems similar to the heart-shaped face type. A slight difference is that inverted triangle faces have a strong jaw line and sharp face cut whereas heart-shaped faces are a bit elongated in comparison and contain softer features.
The inverted triangle face has a lot of empty areas besides your cheeks. You can wear earpieces with wider bottoms that are longer and compliments your face length. This way the bottom of your face gets in correct proportion with your forehead area.
Always choose long dangles with triangle or leafy shapes at the bottom. This way your smaller chin will get all the attention shifted to the earrings.
6. Diamond Shaped Face: teardrop earrings and stud earrings:
The diamond-shaped face cut is somewhat close to the oval-shaped face. The difference here lies in the more angular cut and strong features. The eyes grab the most attention being the widest part of the face. The chin and forehead areas are in the same proportion. Diamond-shaped people need to balance the lower part of the face with the wider section of the face. The attention needs to be shifted from strong cheekbones.
You must avoid anything too long or too short.
Teardrop earrings without any sharp angles, leafy long designs, studs with diamonds or pearls, flat jewellery with wider bottoms in round or oval shape will surely do the justice.
7. Narrow Shaped Face: short dangle, pearls and flattering earrings:
Narrow shaped faces have no sharp features rather than the elongated face structure. There is no wide forehead, chin or strong jaw line to state it as a strong characteristic. This kind of face needs a volume to its face. People with such face types must go for short dangles, pearls for a round structure illusion or some sort of flattering earrings.
Jewellery is a lifetime investment, so grab the best of it so you can treasure it forever.