I honestly do love my Sunglasses, especially ever since I started wearing contact lenses. At first, I never really liked the idea of having a piece of glass cover my eyes- coloured or not- but when I got glasses, I kind of didn't have a choice anymore. By the way, has anyone else felt like they were going to cry when they first started wearing sunglasses because of this weird pressure point between your eyebrows?
#1 Rubi- Mikaela Sunnies
These are my favourite sunglasses ever, period. What I really like about them is the fact that they are so reflective and shiny. You could most likely use them as tiny mirrors and do your full Face of makeup using only these; this is the level of reflective we're dealing with here. Apart from that, they're also very complimentary to most face shapes, especially since mine is a mix between circle, heart and square which makes finding sunglasses that look good a horror.
#2 Rubi- Rosegold sunglasses
Rose gold has blown up in 2016. Suddenly, everywhere you go, you see Rose Gold phone cases, jewellery, hair dyes, etc. And yet, I had never seen rose gold sunglasses before these. What I like about this pair is that it's versatile in terms of outfit choices. If you want to go for a casual, hippie look then these will be a perfect accessory to wear alongside but if you are all about the glam, luxurious life then once again, these will be a perfect accessory. As for how they look on me, I would give them a solid 9/10 because they compliment all the angles of my face perfectly. Although, I wouldn't recommend these to someone with a more narrow face and tiny chin as they might look a bit too oversized.
#3 Pagani- Basic White
These are the classic all-white, oversized sunnies that go with most casual outfits. I usually throw these on when I have a really bad case of under-eye bags or whenever I'm feeling like I need a break from dressing up all the time.If I was being honest, then I would never have bought these if they weren't on sale because they're a tad too basic for me. But now, I have absolutely no regrets, especially because they fit my face quite well and aren't annoyingly wonky.
#4 Oriflame Glasses
I never realised that Oriflame also did sunglasses apart from skincare and makeup but then again, I'm not really in with my Swedish(?) brands. What I really like about these is that they go with almost any outfit. I tend to throw these on when I have a bit too much colour in my clothes so that I can revert back to my semi-eom ways. They are very suitable for people with heart shaped and oval faces because they accentuate the right bone structures such as cheekbones, jawline etc. They're not that oversized so if you don't like medium sized sunglasses then these probably aren't the ones for you.
#5 Factorie Retro Glasses
Last but not the least, my final pair of sunglasses that I happen to adore. What I love about these is the fact that they are so retro, especially with a hint of the cat-eye structure in the frame. However, when I bought these, I didn't notice that this pair was a bit wonky on me and so when I tried them on again after a few days, I was shocked to see how skewed they were. The reason they didn't make it higher on the list is because of the annoying gold ban between the two lenses (the larger one) that just sits on your forehead looking pretty stupid. Apart from that, these sunglasses have a wonderful festival vibe and if I ever attend the NZ version of Coachella, then I'll be sure to take these with me.
Here's picture of me and my dorky smile that I had to display so that no one could notice how uneven these sunglasses really are...