Though we all have our own beautiful unique features we still have similar face shapes, whether long, round, heart, square, diamond or oval. You can choose the best frames for your face!
It doesn’t matter whether you wear glasses to see or for fashion—you won’t want to skip this read.
Not to mention with changing seasons around the corner, it is officially time to pull out your favorite shades to protect your eyes from the sun.
Additionally, when you have the perfect frames to compliment your face it brings your style together in more ways than one. Check out these five cool frames to match your face!
#1 Rimless Frames
Searching for frames that fit your face shape can totally be intimidating if you do not know what you are looking for. Rimless frames are great for those who love lightweight frames (affiliate link).
The rimless look is not only stylish, but they don’t overpower your face which is great if you have smaller features. Face shapes play a major role in which eyeglass frames will look attractive on you.
Rimless frames are nice because they offer a, versatile look that’s perfect for the office and grabbing a meal with the girls. Let’s be real: these cute frames make a statement without taking away from your natural beauty.
To maintain the natural balance of your oval face shape, look for eyeglass frames that are as wide as (if not wider than) the broadest part of your face.
It is also good to note that thin, light-colored frames and rimless frames that appear to have a light, airy appearance are also good choices for oval face shapes.
#2 Low Bridge Frames
Low bridge frames kind of speak for themselves. They are great for those with low bridge noses. Frames that are low in the bridge area usually do not slide down your nose.
Like seriously, who wants to keep pushing their frames up your face?! To those who have high cheekbones and heart or square shaped faces, these are the frames for you!
However, if you are unsure and wondering if you have a low bridge try this: Look directly in the mirror; if the bridge of your nose aligns at or just below your pupils, you have a low bridge.
#3 Semi-Rimless Frames
Women with narrow faces look attractive when they put on a pair of semi-rimless frames. Don’t be afraid to try more than one to make sure the fit and shape are right for you!
People with diamond-shaped faces look fantastic in horn-rimmed glasses, but rectangular and oval frames are very flattering as well.
According to All About Vision, “Oval glasses help soften the angular lines of your face, while rectangular glasses contrast nicely with your facial features.”
You better trust and believe the best eyeglasses will complement the coloration of your face, eyes and hair. Therefore, when choosing frames don’t rush to pick them.
If all else fails, just remember this rule: You should choose frames that contrast from your facial contours and bring symmetry and balance to features that stand out.
#4 Wire Frames
There are a so many frames out there that you can easily get overwhelmed trying to figure out the best frame for you. Wireframes can cover a variety of staples—from retro-vintage to hipster.
According to Eye Buy Direct, “Traditionally, wire frames support circular lens shapes, but you will also find cat-eye and romantic heart shapes in the mix.”
Take a close look at the overall shape and contours of your face and head. These frames are such a classic that you can never go wrong with rocking them as they would look great on multiple face shapes.
If you find yourself still at a crossroad on which frame to choose, feel free to check in with your local optician and they will be more than happy to walk you through the right frame for and with you.
#5 Full Rimmed Frames
Choosing frames can be such a nightmare! Full rimmed frames are perfect for those looking to make a statement.
The most important thing to remember when choosing glasses for round face shapes is to select frames that work to add angles. Which makes sense if you think about it!
If you have a square-shaped face, a full rimmed geometric cat-eye frame will add angles to your face, which can be very flattering.
According to Yes Glasses, “The chances of you scratching your glasses on hard surfaces decreases dramatically with full rim glasses.”
If you can’t make up your mind on the type of frame you think you need, just go from what makes you feel good in.
Related: How to Pick the Best Pair of Glasses
Trying on pair after pair can be headache when you don’t know what you are looking for. How do you decide on the perfect pair of frames? What is your go to pair of frames?
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