When shopping online or alone in a store, it can be difficult to determine what sunglass styles would be the most complimentary to your facial features. However, now is better than ever to eliminate the confusion, so you won’t have to stress about purchasing the wrong sunglasses for your face shape again.
A heart-shaped face is noticed when your chin is pointed, and the forehead appears to be the widest part of the face. Picture an upside-down triangle. The following sunglasses will help to accentuate your facial lines and cheekbones, all while balancing out the broader parts of your face.
Cat-eye, Modified Square, Browline
The overall dimensions of the face is longer than it is wide. An oval face has a rounded jawline and curved shape. Similar to the shape of an egg, your cheekbones will likely be the fullest part of your face. Contrast your face shape with the following shaped glasses.
Rectangular, Cat-eye, Circle
When it comes to a square face shape, the forehead, cheekbones, and jaw will all be the same width. The jawline will look sharp. Square face shapes can often be confused for round, but the square shape has equal measurements across the width of most of the face. Wear oppositely-shaped sunglasses to enhance your facial features.
This particular face shape will appear more rectangular. It’s similar to a square-shaped face, but it will have longer dimensions than wide. The forehead, cheeks, and jawlines will all measure out to the same width. The following glasses will appear wider, which will contrast and compliment the more vertical shape.
Wayfarer, Aviator, Rectangular
A round face has softer angles and a soft jawline. The sides of your face curve slightly outward instead of being straight. Your chin is rounded, and your cheekbones are the widest part of your face. To accentuate the cheekbones and contrast the roundness, these are perfect sunglasses to match below.
Aviator and Rectangular