wondering which glasses styles complement your face shape best?
Here’s a quick tip: Angular faces look great with softer curved frames like round frame or oval frame. while rounded faces are balanced by sharper angular frames like squares, rectangles or geometric frames.
Read on for more details on frame styles flattering for different face shapes. Remember, your face shape may be a blend. So focus on the one aligning closest to your features.
- Face and cheekbone length are similar
- Forehead, cheeks and jawline curve softly
- No prominent angles
Rectangular frames - The straight lines add definition and elongate the round shape. Classic thick-rimmed wayfarers are perfect.
Square Frames - the angles sharpen the roundness. with thick rimmed works well.
widest part is your forehead
face length exceeds cheekbone width
chin is rounded
Cat-eye Frames - the angled upper line complements the oval shape. Try a thin metal cat-eye.
Round Frames - The soft circular shape contrasts the oval. Go for oversized round plastic frames.
Square Frames - The angles balance the oval's curves.
Strong, angular jaw
Wide forehead and hairline and cheekbones
cheekbone width is similar to your forehead width.
Round frame - The soft circular shape adds contrast. Go for rounded metal frames
Oval frame - Similar to a round frame, an oval frame introduces curves while being less likely to touch your cheeks due to its shorter height.
Wide forehead, narrow jawline
Cat eye frames - The winged shape complements heart proportions. Retro cat-eye frames with subtle points flatter.
Narrow forehead and jawline
your jawline is narrow.
Round frames - The circular shape complements diamond angles. enhancing your style
Geometric Frames - Crisp geometric frames add balancing structure. Try hexagons or triangles.
The most important guideline is to pick frames you love, don’t limit yourself to shapes suggested for your face! Pick styles that make you feel confident, beautiful and authentically you.