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It helps to know your face shape to find glasses that fit perfectly. Because eye glasses are a major fashion statement on their own!

Square Face Shape

A square face has more angular lines with equally wide cheekbones, forehead and jaw.
Soften your angular features with rounder frames
Choose a thinner frame that won’t overwhelm
Ensure the width is slightly wider than your cheekbones

Round Face Shape

A round face has softer angles with slighter wider cheekbones and an equally wide forehead and jaw.
Sharpen your softer features with rectangular frames
Choose frames that have bold, angular lines
Ensure the bottom hits just above your cheekbones

Triangle Face Shape

A triangle face is widest at the jaw and gradually narrows through to the forehead.
Choose frames with detailing on the upper portion
Ensure the width is slightly wider than your jawline for balance
Browline or cat eye frames work great with your features

Oval Face Shape

An oval face is the most versatile to fit, with slightl wider cheekbones and a gentle narrowing at the forehead and jaw.
Oversized frames work great with your features
Choose a bold shape that compliments your style
Standout by playing with color and texture

Heart Face Shape

A heart face is widest at the forehead and gradually narrows through to the jaw.

A modified wayfarer shape works great with your features
Ensure the width is slightly wider than your forehead for balance
Choose frames with detailing on the lower portion

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Written by Narpinder Jassar

Dr. Jassar earned his Bachelor of Science at Concordia University in Edmonton, then moved to Puerto Rico, where he completed his doctor of optometry degree in 2011. More Articles By Narpinder Jassar
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