Looking for the perfect pair of glasses for your face? Looking for a pair of glasses that make your face pop? Want to put emphasis on the eyes with your new spectacles? Here’s a guide on how you could pick your spectacle type on the basis of your face shape!

Square Shaped Face

Square faces often have bold, angular features that cut a clean, straight line from the forehead to the jaw. Rounded and thinner frames that are slightly wider on the side will have a harmonious and natural look on square faces. 

Square-shaped faces will want to choose the opposite shape for glasses such as: 

  • Round shaped glasses 
  • Oval shaped frames 

You mostly would want frames that are proportional to the length and width of your face. Round and oval-shaped frames will soften the hard angles in a square-shaped face and add balance. 

Round Shaped Face 

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Round faces are all soft curves and smooth lines with a face that is roughly the same width from the jaw up through to the brow. With round faces, the cheeks are usually full and the chin is rounded with very few angles. 

Unlike some other face shapes, a round face is often very distinguished because it is all about the curves.

Going for a rectangular frame here is something to keep in mind - break up the face structure, which can make your face appear longer and thinner. 

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Heart-Shaped Face

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Heart-shaped faces are widest at the brow, narrowing down through to the chin with high cheekbones. This face shape can be either long or round and often gives the owner a sweet and cheerful look. 

If you have a pointy chin, selecting an oval frame shape works wonders for drawing attention upward toward your eyes.

Triangle Shaped Face

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Triangular faces are widest on the bottom, narrowest on top. So you want to find a mirror-opposite frame: bold on top, light on the bottom. A mix of round and angular shapes such as the following will particularly fit triangular faces:

  • D-frames 
  • Aviator 
  • Cat-eyes glasses 

And if you want to make a bolder statement, a round style offers interesting angular features.

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Oval Shaped Face

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People with oval faces fit with most frame shapes. With a narrower forehead and slightly narrow chin, oval is considered the most universal face shape — so have fun with the latest trends because most work for you. 

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Look for a frame that is as wide as the widest part of your face, which is the area around the eyes. In this respect, the most suitable eyeglass frames for oval faces are geometric shapes.

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