Must determine your face shape before choosing sunglasses

Must determine your face shape before choosing sunglasses
Must determine your face shape before choosing sunglasses

Must determine your face shape before choosing sunglasses. Sunglasses fit well if you are a health conscious man who want not to be ruined by the hazardous Sun rays, but they don’t fit your personality unless you get them keeping in mind your face shape.

Finding a pair that is right is extremely rewarding. So try to keep in mind the below mentioned strategical suggestions when you are looking for a well suited pair of glasses.

1# Oval Face Shape

Men with oval is considered the holy grail of face shapes and lucky enough to have that kind of face as they are with noticeably longer face than it is wide. The men with a rounded jaw should try not to look too smug when we say you can wear pretty much any kind of frame available.

The advice for oval face shapes is to sidestep frames with arms hanging too low, as this could elongate the face.

Key Styles: Almost anything goes

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2# Square Face Shape

As a general and commonly known rule, the shape of your sunglasses should oppose the shape of your face. This could create balance by either softening harsh features or by creating definition.

For instance, a strong jaw line with wide cheekbones does add up to a square face. So, rounded frames such as aviators and John Lennon styles would look better than angular designs with sharp lines.

Key Styles: Round frames, aviators, clubmasters

3# Round Face Shape

Using the same rule of getting a frame in an opposite shape to the face, people  with round faces are suggested to opt for sunglasses that create as much definition as possible.

Make your cheeks appear slimmer  with a strong brow line in a size which is slightly wider than the head itself. Angular glasses could also help to elongate your temples and lengthen your face as well.

Key Styles: Wayfarers, square frames, clubmasters

4# Long/Rectangular Face Shapes

With a purpose of giving a rectangular face a sense of balance, you could seek out glasses that does add width to the long shape. Round or square frames would work well here, but make sure you are going for larger, and slightly oversized styles.

Wayfarers are very good option, as so many brands are offering small and large versions, permitting you to go big while maintaining the classic shape.

Key Styles: Wayfarers, D-frames, clubmasters

5# Heart Face Shape

A heart shaped face is one of the most difficult to frame. Because a narrow chin gets countered by a wider forehead, it is important not to add extra weight to the top half of your face. This is not an easy task when that is where glasses sit.

So, opt for Clubmasters, that are semi-rimmed, or other rounded styles that could add some curve appeal to a pointed chin.

Key Styles: Clubmasters, round frames


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