Match Your Eyesglasses To Your Face: Advice From Retroeworks

Ask yourself, is my face square, round or oval? These are key factors when deciding  what frames will look good on you. Lets be honest, frames on eyeglasses can either make or break your look.

A round face has curved lines with the width and length in the same proportions and no angles. I suggest wearing frames that add angles and are slim. Stay away from lenses that are deep and instead go with wide.

An oval face is considered to be the ideal shape because of its balanced proportions. Those with an oval face can pull of any type of frame. Stay away from deep and narrow frames.

A square face is that of strong features. We suggest wearing frames that add angles and are slim. Stay away from lenses that are deep and instead go with wide.

Final advice, still not sure if your glasses are the right fit for your face? Pull out a mirror and check yourself out. Does your eyeglasses make your face look small or big? Do you look professional and smart? Remember eyeglasses are not a good fit if your face looks like a box.

 

 

 

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2 comments

  1. Lisa Lace · · Reply

    Nice reading. I learned something new; the real meaning behind the shape of a square jaw line. Now when it comes to shopping for the right glasses, I know what to look for to fit my strong bone structure.

  2. Hello, I am a proud member of your twitter fan page. I just read your article. I am a male college student who is majoring in business. I have an oval face. Oh yes, I am 21 years old. Many people say I look older. What type of glasses would you recommend I look into buying?

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