Tips to remember while choosing Earrings
Earrings are a must have fashion accessory for every woman as the correct earrings will help you to define your features better. Many women unknowingly buy the latest models available without giving a thought whether the earrings suit them or not.
To avoid this blunder, it is essential to be well informed about your face shape and which earring model suits you the best before making your purchase.
If you have a triangular face like Rihanna and Victoria Beckham then you could emulate their style and choose earrings that have curves. A woman with a triangular face shape will have a broad forehead and prominent cheekbones but the rest of the face will narrow down to a pointy chin. These women have sharp angles in their faces.
Oval or circular earnings will help to soften the sharp edges of your face. It is better to avoid earnings that end with a point.
For women whose face structure resembles Nicole Kidman, there are a lot of varieties of earrings that you could choose from. A diamond shaped face has emphasis on the cheekbones as both the chin and the forehead are narrow in comparison.
Try short earrings which have wide designs or studs and small drop earrings. Alternatively you could also try earrings which are curvy but remember to avoid long thing earrings as they will make your face look longer.
Women with a thin face like Saran Jessica Parker and Julia Roberts need a lot of help to make their face appear fuller. They should be more careful while choosing earrings. A thin face shape is characterized by its length; there are no particular prominent features.
The models that work best for a thin face are studs and chandelier style earrings. You could also try different shaped earrings like circular, square and triangular shaped earrings to achieve fullness in your face.
Paris Hilton and Sandra Bullock are two celebrities who have a square face, if you also find yourself in the same league as them then it is better to follow their style.
For a woman who has a square face, all the features will have equal prominence because the forehead, cheekbones and jaw line are all located in the same line.
Any type of earring will suit a woman with a square face; just make sure that the model helps to achieve softness in your face. Celebrities often choose earnings which are circular or have rounded edges to achieve the soft look and to take away the sharp edges from their face.
Women whose face shape is similar to that of Jennifer Aniston and Sharon Stone should choose earrings that have wide bottoms so that their facial features can be highlighted. Round and oval earrings also suit heart shaped faces.
A heart shaped face is one where the forehead is most prominent feature in the face. The face shape narrows down as it moves to the chin.
Earrings which end with a point and short earrings should be avoided by women with heart shaped faces.
Megan Fox and Angelina Jolie are known for their oval face structures. These celebrities are well known to experiment with different models of earrings as most earring models will suit their face shape.
Oval shaped face can be defined as one where the forehead isn’t too wide and the line from the forehead blends with your cheekbones. The rest of the face may narrow down to your chin or you may have a rounded chin.
The features in an oval face can be easily highlighted by studs, oval earrings, teardrops and chandeliers. Although, it would be best to steer away from long thin earrings as they would only make the oval face look longer.
Celebrities like Salma Hayek, Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet have a round face. Women with a similar face shape should take care while choosing earrings as they need to focus on those models that will add angles to their face.
A woman with a round face will typically have prominent cheeks than the other features. The entire face will have a circular shape starting from the forehead to the chin.
Drop earrings, square and rectangular earrings are a good choice whereas small studs, large hoops and chunky earrings should be avoided at all costs.