This post is also available in: Spanish
Hello, dear friends! Here I bring you my tip #5 to help you stand out from the crowd and always look spectacular.
Keeping our focus on the face, and following last week’s tip about how to choose the right earrings according to the shape of your face, as it’s summertime, the season where sunglasses are worn the most- I thought now would be the perfect time to teach you how to choose the perfect style to match your face.
So… do your sunglasses match your face?
As I said last week, knowing what kind of face we have is easy for some, but not that much for others. Stand in front of the mirror, draw your face, and then take a look at this image:
Basically, the rule for wearing sunglasses the right way, is the same as with the earrings. We need to wear a shape which is the OPPOSITE to the shape of our face.
If your face is olval-shaped, you can wear any kind of sunglasses. There’s no limit for this kind of face!
If you have a round face, the best sunglasses to wear are the wide and rectangular ones. Never try round glasses as the will accentuate the shape of your face, and that’s what you’re trying to avoid.
For rectangular faces, what I recommend is to wear round or “cats eye” sunglasses.
If your face has angular features or is square-shaped, you can wear round, oval or catseye sunglasses.
If your face is triangle-shaped, you can wear oval or butterfly type sunglasses, whether they have designs on top or not.
If you have a diamond shaped face I recommend to wear round and pilot sunglasses.
If you got a heart-shaped face, you should wear cats eye or round sunglasses.
And that’s all. If you put this tip into practice, I’m sure you’ll look spectacular next time you wear sunglasses. So, put them on girls!
Clarlin Rivera – Joyería Contemporánea
Location: Gol Plaza – local #6B, Calle Altagracia No.13, La Romana, República Dominicana.
Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday, from 9am – 2pm and 3pm – 6pm
Contact: (829) 345-0228 – [email protected]
About Clarlin Rivera
Clarlin Rivera Paredes was born in La Romana, Dominican Republic in 1981, where currently resides. Throughout her career, Rivera has done collective exhibitions at the “San Juan Beauty Show” in Puerto Rico in 2007 and 2011. She was also part of the collective exhibition entitled “Eindwerk” in Syntra Brussels, Belgium, and finally in 2013 at “RotaBazaar “in La Romana.