How do you choose the ideal pair of glasses for you? You should certainly take the advice of your trusted optician. But if you want to build an idea for yourself anyway, here are some rules- even while urging you to break some of them in order to find surprising and original combinations.
Let's begin with feminine faces:
Long, rectangular faces wear well frames that are a little bit larger than the face, in rectangular or oval shapes. This way, the face looks much more proportional and less sharp.
Square shapes complement round faces, making them appear longer and thinner.
Seeking to add volume to the front is the advice we give to women with diamond-shaped faces: oval or butterfly frames, important on the upper part but with dimensions contained within the oval of the face.
Triangular faces should choose frames that descend down towards the cheeks, preferably in a circular shape, a double bridged aviator or a deep cat eye.
For small, heart-shaped faces round frames are perfect for highlighting the chin and cheeks.
Women with an oval face? The luckiest: free to emphasize the perfect face with any shape.