Choosing a Rimmed Glasses to Suit Your Face

Choosing the right frames for your needs

If you have spent many years without buying eyeglasses, you may be shocked by the incredible selection that your store. There are frames for every budget, for every fashion and for every face style. If there is one thing that the person selling you your images should help you is to identify the frame style is right for your face. Here is a general guide you can follow to help identify which style of frames is right for your face.

A Face Hexagonal shaped or oval

If this is the type of facial structure you have, congratulations. This is called a well balanced face that has excellent proportion. You want to choose lenses that are the same thickness at the top and bottom, as well as those that seem to balance your face on the sides.

A rectangle or triangle-shaped face heart

If you have the type of structure of the face that has a wide front, but pointed chin, it is said that you have a triangle or heart shaped face. You likely have high cheekbones and a distinguished chin. You'll want to stick with frames that are light and feature as little material as possible. He has the perfect face for rimless glasses that feature no top or bottom line, only a small piece of frame that goes from the back of the ear.

A full round face

Still, he said that those with a round face always look happy and friendly. If you are lucky enough to have this style of single face, you should consider getting lenses that highlight your best features. Consider getting angular lenses that exhibit a distinctive unique way. Stay away from round or oval lenses, it seems to melt into the shape of your face.
A square face style

You've probably guessed the reason now. Glasses need to add a feature to your face that you have not already. If you have a square face, you should consider adding round lenses, or even Lennon specs (or as they are better known now as, Harry Potter glasses in style). You can even go with an elongated oval style lens to help bring out your eyes and your more delicate features. Avoid blacks and harsh silvers and go with a softer gray or colors like yellow or powder blue. Your images should compliment your face while being visible enough that people notice and appreciate them.

The Teardrop face style

If you are not familiar with the teardrop style face, it is a shape that starts wide at the forehead and becomes less wide around the cheekbones only to widen back on the jaw line. This is a very common style of face and finding the right style of glasses for it should not be difficult. This detail is used to give your face a degree of symmetry with your jaw. It was not long ago that these types of frames were only found in the kids section but the flight designers increasingly have created appropriate frameworks for this face style.

The diamond face style

If you have a narrow forehead that becomes wider around your temple only to form a V shape as it frames the rest of your face to chin, you have a diamond face style. Just like with the circular face, you will need a set of images that have sharp corners. The more angles here the better as they add width to your face. You will also benefit from frames that use a strong top and bottom bar as they will make the top and bottom parts of your face look wider.

A rectangular or oblong face

Our final facial style is probably the least common of all listed here. An oblong shaped face is longer than wide and has an extremely similar width at your jaw, your temple and your forehead. To help make this style of face seem more traditional, you will probably want to go with a set of lenses that is slightly wider than your face and deep. You can also choose brighter colors to attract additional attention to their tables, so if you enjoy orange or yellow, they will complement your face as well.

The important thing here is to not be rushed when choosing a frame style.

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