Q&A

1.How do I choose the right shape of sunglass for me?
 
  SQUARE SHAPED FACE  
 

A square face has a broader jaw line and forehed. Because a square face is so angular, a rounded or oval shaped frame will soften the look of the face. The top of the frames should sit high enough on the face to downplay the jaw line

 
  TRIANGLE SHAPED FACE  

 

This face shape is the opposite of a heart shaped face. It has a wider jaw line and gradually gets narrower as you go up. If your face is broad in the forehead but narrow at the chin, you should avoid large frames or bold colors. Frames with a thin rim and vertical lines will help balance the bottom part of your face.
 
  ROUND SHAPED FACE  

 

People with round faces have somewhat of a wide forehead and rounded chin. Choose a frame with an angular shape to break up the roundness. Also, choose glasses that are wider than they are deep to make the face look longer.
 
  HEART SHAPED FACE  

 

If you have a larger forehead and a neat, heart-shaped chin, you can wear both round and angular shapes. Avoid glasses that are wider at the top than the bottom. It will make you face appear top heavy.
 
  OVAL SHAPED FACE  

 

An oval-shaped face is perfectly proportioned. Most frames look good with this face shape as long as the size of the frame is in proportion to the face.