How to be the world’s most expensive diamond face shape

You have to look very good to have your face shape dubbed the most expensive in the world.

But that’s what it looked like when a team of researchers led by researchers at The Johns Hopkins University made a stunning video of a diamond-studded diamond face.

“There’s a lot of controversy around the definition of the most valuable diamond face,” said David Schlesinger, the lead author of the study, which was published in the journal Nature.

“We wanted to see if there was any way we could change it.”

That was a big challenge, Schlesiger said.

“It was a very large project that we put into to figure out how to describe the face shape.”

The researchers were able to come up with a new definition for the most prized diamond face, which they dubbed the “Sultan of Sakhalin.”

The Sultan of Saksino (which means “king of mountains” in Russian) is the world leader in diamond mining, and has an estimated value of more than $100 million.

The diamond face that Schlesingers and his team used to measure the Sultan of Suksin is a diamond with a slightly flattened shape, which allows for more diamond to be produced than a normal diamond.

“If you look at a normal face, you have a flat diamond,” Schlesingson said.

The diamonds have the characteristic diamond-like surface, with a thin, straight border around each of its six faces.

But if you put that diamond face on top of a normal, smooth diamond, the border is too large, and it makes the face look hollow, the researchers say.

The researchers say that in the new study, they used a “tactile diamond” to test the diamond face’s “toughness.”

A “tasty” diamond requires the diamond to have a slightly curved border around its edges, which makes it easier to pick up on.

“When you have that flat diamond face with a curved border, the face is very easy to pick out,” Schlyers said.

Schlesingers and his colleagues wanted to know how the diamond’s hardness varied between normal and rough diamond faces, so they could compare it to other rough diamonds and how it affected the diamond properties.

“What we saw was the diamond has a very similar hardness to a standard diamond, which is why we call it the Sultan,” Schliesinger said.

When the researchers placed a soft and smooth diamond face in front of a hard and rough one, they could detect how much of the diamond was “tapped” off by the soft face, while the rough face remained unchanged.

The softer face also showed a difference in the hardness between soft and rough.

“The softer diamond has less surface area, so it’s harder to pick it up, and the softer diamond is also more transparent, so you can see it better,” Schlingsinger said, adding that the soft diamond’s “brightness” was also slightly different.

“A rough diamond has this flatness to it, and a soft diamond has that curved border.

So if you have the curved border between the face and the diamond, it can be very hard to pick, so the diamond is harder to hold,” he said.

A softer, rougher diamond is more difficult to pick than a softer diamond.

The Sultan’s face is made up of six diamonds, each with different sizes and shapes.

Each of the diamonds has the same thickness and is roughly the same size.

The team found that a softer, harder diamond would have a different hardness.

“These diamonds can be really difficult to handle, so we wanted to test whether the hardness of the soft and roughest diamonds were related to the hardness,” Schlusinger said with a laugh.

“So we used a test that measures the hardness on a diamond that is soft, like a diamond of the same diameter as the Sultan, and then we put a soft face in between them, and we see that the hardness is significantly different.”

The study showed that the Sultan’s hardness was the most significant factor in determining how hard a diamond was.

Schliesingers said the findings will help researchers design diamond-producing techniques that will be more efficient, but they also could have applications for mining diamonds.

“You can have a soft, rough diamond and you can mine a rough diamond, but if you want to make a soft or rough diamond you can’t, because the soft or roughes is just not economically feasible,” he explained.

“That means you can use a harder diamond, like the Sultan.

That means you could be using it in the production of a softer or rouder diamond.”