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If you have a diamond face shape, then congratulations: you have one of the rarest and most unique frames out there. Celebrities such as Tyra Banks, Rihanna, and Garcelle Beauvais Nilon all share your face shape. The diamond face shape is characterized by wide cheekbones. If you have a diamond face shape, then your chin is probably narrow and pointy as well. This is a very beautiful face shape that many celebrities are seen with, but how do you style it with a pair of summer sunglasses?
Here are our top three choices for sunglasses if you have a diamond face shape.
Vintage Rectangular Sunglasses
When it comes to looking ultra-hip this summer, our rectangular-shaped vintage sunglasses are a total hit. You'll love the way it complements your high cheekbones if you have a diamond face shape. Additionally, the fascinating bold color choices will make you an unstoppable summer sensation.
In order to make your beautiful diamond face shape stand out in a more flattering way, it's always a good idea to go with a contrasting look. In this case, a pair of oval sunglasses will really help your face to stand out. We highly suggest our FENCHI sunglasses which feature a coating mirror cat eye for extra effect.
Perhaps more than any other face shape, the diamond looks fabulous with cat-eye sunglasses. The way in which cat-eye sunglasses are shaped upwards really work well against your high cheekbones, which creates a very nice overall look while you strut your summer stuff.
Don't let summer pass you by. If you have a diamond face shape, test out these three types of stylish sunglasses. You'll look stunning in the summertime, that's for sure!
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