Find your perfect earring based on your face shape
Take a selfie with your hair pulled back. Use the “mark-up” tool to draw an outline of your face. The shape of that outline is your geometric face shape.
Stand in front of a mirror and use a dry erase marker to outline your face. The shape of the outline is your geometric face shape.
Using the mirror or a selfie, mark dots at the outer edges or your forehead along your hairline, at your cheekbones and the bottom of your jaw. You can connect the dots to get an outline or just determine which horizontal lines are the longest and that will guide you to your face shape.
Your face is longer than it is wide. You have a curved jawline slightly narrower than your forehead. Your forehead is probably the widest part of your face.
Celebrities with oval face
You can wear almost any shape, but earrings that hit at your cheekbones like studs will show off your cheekbones. Another option is a round earring that will make your face look fuller.
Inverted triangle and heart
If your forehead is the widest part of your face and tapers down to a narrower chin with a straight hairline across your forehead. Heart shaped faces have a dip in the hairline.
Celebrities with oval face
Jennifer Love Hewitt
Celebrities with heart face
Balance this face shape with width at the jawline. 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. Add soft curves like a tear drop shape.
Your face length and width are about equal. Your jaw is also rounded. Your cheekbones are the widest part of your face.
Celebrities with round face
Long dangle earrings will lengthen your face and make it look slimmer. Avoid circular, hoops or button studs which emphasize the roundness.
You have a squared jaw and minimal curves to your face. Your forehead, cheekbones and jaw are about equal in width.
Balance your square jaw with soft rounded earrings. Anything with ovals, circles, hoops work well that are medium to long length.
Your forehead and chin are narrower than your cheekbones.
To balance your natural beauty choose earrings that are longer to emphasize the length in your face. But stay narrow since your cheekbones are wider, have slim earrings close to your face. You can also select earrings with weight at the bottom, like teardrops, to balance your cheekbones.
Rectangle and oblong
If your forehead, cheeks and jawline are nearly the same width you have a rectangular face shape. Your proportions are even, but your face is longer than a square shaped face. The difference between a rectangular and oolong face is how angular it is.
Play up your cheekbones with studs. Other choices are hoops and ovals. You’ll want to wear earrings with rounded edges rather than sharp angles.
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