We are all unique and every face is different. We put this post together to help you decide which frames flatter your features the most. To help find your face shape, use a mirror or your phone and try to outline your face. Most faces fall into the following categories.
Oval Shape: Oval faces are considered the the most versatile when it comes to eyewear. They are characterized as longer than they are wide, with a rounded jaw line.
Suggestions: Just about any type of sunglasses will match well with this face type. Don't be afraid to mix it up and find your favorite! Examples: Classic, Jetsetter, Drifter, Beachcomber, Yachtmaster, Mermaid
Round Shape: Round faces have less defined angles, a narrow forehead and jaw, and full cheekbones.
Heart Shape: Heart-shaped or triangle faces are widest at the temples and narrowest at the chin. They feature high cheekbones and a narrow chin that is well-defined.
Square Shape: Square faces have well defined angles that are generally the same length and width. They are characterized by a strong jawline and wide cheekbones.
Suggestions: As a rule of thumb, sunglasses should be the opposite shape of your face. Therefore, square faces would look best paired with round or oval shaped frames that will help balance out the sharp facial features. Examples: Yachtmaster, Beachcomber, Mermaid
Triangle Shape: Triangle face shapes feature a strong jawline that is wider than the forehead and a chin that is square or flat in shape. The face is long rather than wide and the forehead and temple area is narrow.
Suggestions: When choosing a pair of sunglasses perfect for a triangle-shaped face, the goal is to emphasize dimensional balance while minimizing the bottom-heavy jawline. This means frames with more going on up top, such as aviators and clubmasters, are ideal.
Diamond Shape: Diamond face shapes have a narrow forehead and a small chin.The cheekbones will be the widest part of the face and sit nice and high. The forehead won't be as wide as a heart-shaped face.
Suggestions: Diamond shaped faces should be complemented by angular frames like cat-eyes, but rectangular and oval shaped frames work too. Examples: Cateye, Bombshell, Drifter, Jetsetter, Classic, Beachcomber, Mermaid
Oblong Shape: Oblong or rectangular faces are long and narrow. This face type has fewer angles with a narrow chin and cheeks.
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