Genetics plays a big role in being the deciding factor as to how our face shapes are structured, from bone density to jaw-lining, there are numerous factors that are in play. Below mentioned are few types of examples of sunglasses for each face shape.
Glasses for Oval Faces
People with an oval face have a soft-rounded forehead and chin, with fairly balanced proportions. Believe it or not, almost all frame shapes will suit you no matter what! So, go and be as adventurous as you like. We’d recommend going for styles that are a little wider than the widest part of your face, such as these.
Glasses for Heart Shaped Faces
Those with heart-shaped faces will be wider at the forehead; gently narrowing down towards the chin with soft features.
To offset the natural wideness at the top half of your face, it’s best to pick frames that are wider than your forehead or have an exaggerated brow line like a cat-eye or Clubmaster-inspired style. Some samples are here.
Glasses for Round Faces
Round faces tend to be fairly short, with a wider forehead, full cheeks, rounded chin, and softer jawline. It’s advised to choose styles that complement your softer features, so go for rounder frames rather than an angular (square/rectangle). This would be an ideal style for such individuals.
Glasses for Square Faces
You’ll be in this category if your face width and length are proportionate, and you’ve got a broad forehead and a strong jaw! To create a little more length in the face and to offset your strong features, opt for narrower styles that are still angular in shape to complement your face, like these for example.