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How To Choose The Right Sunglasses For Your Face Shape
Ever thought about walking into the bright sunlight or attending a gala day event without your prized sunglasses? If no, then keep it that way. For as you and everyone else know, sunglasses are much more than mere fashion accessories.
They are essential parts of a wardrobe and more often than not, complete that quintessential fashion ensemble at social dos’.
However, you need to be extremely cautious when choosing your sunglasses. For in addition to looking out for brands that are both durable and standard (good quality), you need to choose frames that actually suit the shape of your face.
And that is what would accentuate your face and persona at the end of day. So here are some style tips from experts around the world who have mastered the act of choosing the perfect pair of sunglasses.
Tips For The Oval Shaped Face
How do you know whether you have an oval shaped face or not? Simple. If your forehead is a bit wider than your chin and if your cheekbones are particularly high, then you know you have been blessed with a beautifully balanced face.
However, you need to be a tad bit careful when choosing your sun glasses. Here’s a pointer. Although you may think that almost all kinds of frames would work well for oval shaped faces, you need to avoid choosing frames that extend outside your face, thereby looking larger than your facial features.
Tips For The Diamond Shaped Face
If you happen to have a small chin and forehead (narrow at the eye and jaw lines) when compared to your cheekbones that seem to be wider than the rest of your face, then you have a diamond shape face that is best characterized by angular features.
The best option for you would be to choose frames that come in a variety of upswept styles (for example the cat eye style) which would actually put more emphasis on your cheekbones. You can also opt for oval frames that help to balance out your facial features.
Then again, rimless styles are good options when you want your cheekbones to stand out dramatically. However, stay away from frames that are too narrow to camouflage your eye line and make it look narrower instead.
Tips For The Round Shaped Face
Individuals with round shaped faces usually have a less angular face which is characterized by equal width and length. This is further complemented by a rounded chin and full cheeks, leaving very few angles to play with.
And so, if you have a round shaped face, you need to opt for sun glasses that come with geometric or angular face shapes to give off the illusion of sharper angular features.
While rectangular frames and glasses with temples (connecting to the top) add more length to the face (making it look thinner), glasses with upswept frames help to draw attention away from rounded cheeks and instead focus on the top of the face.
If you have a round shaped face, avoid choosing frames that are too small to cover your face or short frames that actually reveal your short face length.
Tips For The Square Shaped Face
A square shaped face would be pretty angular and be characterized by a square chin, strong jaw line and a seemingly broad forehead. So if you have a square shaped face, you need to opt for round or oval frames that soften your angular facial features.
Even butterfly shaped frames or ones that contain temples (either connecting at the top or are center set) would help camouflage sharp angles in the face. Try to avoid glasses that come with square or geometric frames as they tend to give off the impression of sharper angular features.
Again, you need to avoid frames that contain low set temples or glasses that come with bottom color accents.
That said and done, some of still tend to make mistakes while choosing sun glasses and most of the time end up choosing one just because it looks attractive on the stand. But would it look attractive on you? Here are some quickies to help you figure it out easily.
Choosing frames that seem to edge out a bit more than the widest part of your face would look absolutely fine as long as they don’t hide your eyebrows completely. Go for rimless glasses that more or less suit almost any kind of face shape. And try choosing shades that complement your hair color.
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