Suitable Bindi shape for your face


Silver Ruler's of Penmai
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Super Moderator
Jun 28, 2011
Did you know, a small fashion accessory like a Bindi can completely change the way you look? Bindi goes perfectly well with all Indian attires. Depending on your face-cut, different styles of Bindis can enhance the way you look. Your face-cut is given your hairline, shadows and bone structure of your head. Here are a few tips that’ll help you better your Bindi wearing style!

Heart-shaped Face

A heart-shaped face is one with broad forehead and a centre parting. If you have a heart-shaped face, avoid big Bindis, as they draw attention to your forehead. Tiny, shinny dots will work wonders on your forehead. You could also use liquid Bindi colors to match with your outfit.

Oval Face
Your face is oval if it has no angular bones and is elongated on the forehead and the chin area. Since the bottom of your face balances the top, you can easily experiment with bigger Bindi styles. The one thing to avoid is long Bindis, or those with a big vertical line, as they further elongate your face’s length. To balance out your face, you can use the same shade for your Bindi and lipstick.

Round Face

Your face is quite balanced in every angle. Long Bindis and vertical designs should look good on you. You can pretty much experiment with your liquid styles. But, stay away from large and round designs. Also, avoid Bindis that have a flat bottom as they draw attention to your face’s centre.

Square Face

f you have a strong jaw line, but a flat pointed chin, your face-cut is square. You can go for angular designs or floral and butterfly styles. V-shaped Bindi’s will look great on your forehead, but avoid vertical, elongated patterns.

Triangular Face

A smaller forehead with a strong jawline and a pointed chin, gives you a triangle face. It’s quite a blessing to have one, as it gives you a lot of scope to experiment with Bindis. Big, bold patterns go well on your face, as do shinny, small or long ones. But be careful, not to go overboard with the designing.


Citizen's of Penmai
Nov 14, 2013
Useful one! Thnx for sharing!

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