I’ve spent hours in front of those in-store stands , squinting at the mirror and trying to guess how those shades would look without that pesky security tag hanging over my nose. Don’t repeat my mistake, get clued up on what kind of frames flatter your face shape and you’ll save stress, time and，Discount ray ban sunglasses
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ROUND If your face is round，ray ban sunglasses
, the best look for you is a sleek, wide design that will add some contrast with your fuller cheekbones, narrow forehead and jawline. Stay away from rounded frames or coloured lenses as both willemphasisethe fullness you want to balance. The best way to go for you is a large, rectangular frame which will add a width and angular quality to your look. A brow bar will also pull the forehead upward, elongating the face. Splash some cash on these Gucci 1640sor keep things cheap with the Catmaster Sunglasses £16 from Topshop.
OBLONG If your face is long, try to find some frames to match the width of your face. Too oversized and your face can appear to shrink, but frames that are too narrow are not a good look for anyone. Steer clear of glasses with arms below halfway down as this can elongate your look. An aviator is an absolute classic for you, with the teardrop shape flattering the cheekbones. Go for some detail in the upper, outer corners of your frames around the temples and you’ll appear to widen and shorten your face. Try these classic Ray-Ban 4147s for £111 or bounce over to Forever 21 for these F4133 Round – just £4.90!
HEART A wide forehead, prominent cheekbones and a narrow chin means that you have a heart shaped face. You’ll want to keep clear of huge, oversized frames as they can swamp a softer jawline. Keep things small and unembellished and you’ll flatter your dainty look. Rectangular frames can balance a pointed chin and also look great on a diamond face shape，oakley sunglasses us
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SQUARE Square face shapes will want to play down the strong angles of their jawline by opting for a softer, curved frame. Stay away from brow bars and rectangular frames as these will add further strong lines to your profile. Go for a wide, rounded edge rectangle and just be wary of detailing on the outer point of the frame, or you could go for a round frame or cat-eye. These Prada 27NSs will flatter a wider jawline and the rococo curves will make your look girly and soft. A classic aviator is also a great shape for you, so try these £10 beauties from River Island.
OVAL Well aren’t you the lucky one? You can handle just about any frame shape on your perfectly proportioned face. Feel free to play around with the latest trends and wear what tickles your fancy! However, your balanced features will look gorgeous with a frame that balances curves with sharp angles. Try a larger, rounded rectangle shape like theseDior Violet offerings or stay on budget with these Green Patterned Victorias (currently on Buy 1 Get 1 Free!) at New Look.
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