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Guide to Sunglasses  Facial hair pairing
SMPP Software ProviderThe choice for facial hair styling is significantly influenced by culture and trends, personal style, and face shape. Beards pair well with all lengths of hair, but they also require more maintenance to keep from looking too shaggy. Mustaches are often associated with the person who popularized the style and specific styles pair well with certain beards too. But how does choosing sunglasses come into play with facial hair styling? Usually the shape of your face dictates which sunglass styles will complement it best. For example, men with a square face look better with round glasses. And if you have a round face, more angular or square-looking glasses tend to complement it well. However, certain facial hair styles can change the shape of your face, and they also introduce another layer of style to account for.
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