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How to choose the right sunglasses for your face shape!

When it comes to purchasing a pair of sunglasses, it's important to not only consider the style, but also the fit. Not every pair of sunglasses looks great on every face shape. Understanding your face shape and selecting the right style can make all the difference in the look and feel of your sunglasses. Here's how to choose the right sunglasses for your face shape.

First, determine your face shape. This can be done by pulling your hair back, standing in front of a mirror and tracing the outline of your face with a washable marker. There are seven main face shapes: round, oval, square, heart, diamond, oblong, and triangle.

Round face shapes have soft, rounded curves and equal width and length, similar to the shape of a circle. Round faces are best suited for angular or geometric frames that add definition and elongate the face. Aviator, wayfarer, and cat-eye styles are popular choices.

Oval face shapes are balanced and have a slightly wider forehead and a narrower chin. Nearly any style of sunglasses will look good on an oval face, but to balance the proportions of the face, choose frames that are as wide as the broadest part of the face.
Discover suggestions of sunglasses for oval face shapes.

Square face shapes have a strong jawline, a wide forehead, and angular features. Look for round, oval, or cat-eye styles that soften the angles of the face. Aviator and wayfarer styles can also be great options.
Discover suggestions of sunglasses for square face shapes.

Heart-shaped faces have a wide forehead and narrow chin, with cheekbones as the widest part of the face. To balance the proportions, choose bottom-heavy frames like cat-eye or round styles that draw attention downwards.
Discover suggestions of sunglasses for heart-shaped faces.

Diamond-shaped faces have a narrow forehead and jawline, with cheekbones as the widest part of the face. Look for frames that have detailing or distinctive brow lines to draw attention to the eyes and balance the cheekbones.

Oblong faces have a longer face shape, with a narrow forehead and jawline. To shorten the appearance of the face, choose frames that are wider than the cheekbones or have a low bridge to shorten the nose. Aviator, wayfarer, and round styles can be good choices.

Triangle-shaped faces have a narrow forehead and a wider jaw and cheekbones. To balance the proportions, choose frames that are wider at the top, like cat-eye, square, or oval styles.

In conclusion, choosing the right sunglasses for your face shape can enhance your overall look and make a big impact. Don't be afraid to experiment with different styles and shapes to find the perfect pair that works for you. Just remember to keep your face shape in mind and try on a variety of styles to find the best fit.

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