What are the Right Sunglasses for you?

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Wearing sunglasses is not only a fashion, but it also serves the purpose of protecting our eyes from the harmful rays of the sun. One should choose sunglasses according to the shape of their face. Today, Better Butter brings to you a simple guide to help you find out the shape of your face and the sunglasses that will suit you: 

How to find out the shape of your face?

Take a marker or a lipstick that can be cleaned easily. Stand in front of the mirror at an arm’s length. Now draw the outline of your face on the mirror. Start from the chin, moving on to your hairline. Now move back and check the shape of your face.

 

Sunglasses according to the shape of your face: 

1) Round Face

The length and width of a person with a round face is almost the same. They have a small round-shaped chin without any angles. If you have a round face, you should try to make it appear long. Choose a pair of sunglasses which have a dark and wide frame. 

Shapes that will look good on a round face

  • Cat eye sunglasses
  • Butterfly glasses
  • Sunglasses with a small bridge
  • Aviators
  • Wayfarers

Shapes to avoid

  • Round glasses
  • Colorful lenses
  • Glasses which hide your eyebrows
  • Small frames

 

2) Oval Face

People whose face is oval have a long face. They have a rounded chin and the forehead is wider than the cheek line. Such people should stay away from big glasses. The upper part of the frame should be in line with the eyebrows.

Shapes that will look good on an oval face

  • Smooth line frame – rectangular, round or oval
  • Butterfly glasses
  • Cat eye glasses
  • Aviators

Shapes to avoid

  • Frames that are angular
  • Frames that are too big
  • Sunglasses that are very wide
  • Tight frames

 

3) Square Face

In this face shape, the length and width are equal and the chin is slightly wide and angular. The width of the cheekbone, forehead, and jawline is almost the same.

Shapes that will look good on a square face

  • Big-sized sunglasses
  • Colorful frames
  • Oval, round or tear-shaped sunglasses
  • Frameless sunglasses
  • Cat eye glasses
  • Aviators

Shapes to Avoid

  • Square sunglasses which have sharp edges
  • Small or tight glasses
  • Sunglasses with frames that are larger than your face

 

4) Rectangular Face

The length of the face is more than the width in this case. The width of the cheekbone, forehead, and jawline is almost the same. Our aim should be to make the face look wide.

Shapes that will look good on a rectangular face

  • Glasses with a big frame.
  • Aviators with big frames
  • Round frame

Shapes to Avoid

  • Small or too tight glasses
  • Glasses with colorful frames

 

5) Heart-Shaped Face

The length of the face is more than the width and the forehead is wide while the chin is small. As you go down the forehead, the width keeps decreasing. Our aim should be to make the lower part of the face also look wide.

Shapes that will look good on a heart-shaped face

  • Round glasses
  • Glasses with a small frame and bridge
  • Aviators
  • Frameless glasses
  • Bright-colored glasses

Shapes to Avoid

  • Big glasses with huge frames
  • Glasses whose edges are pointed and outward-facing
  • Glasses that cover the brows
  • Butterfly glasses
  • Cat eye glasses

 

6) Triangular Face

The length of the face is more than the width and the chin is in the shape of a small triangle. Our aim should be to make the upper part of the face look wider than the lower part of the face.

Shapes that will look good on a triangular face

  • Round glasses that are bright
  • Aviators
  • Cat eye glasses with transparent lens
  • Frameless glasses

Shapes to Avoid

  • Square and rectangular frames
  • Small frames
  • Cat eye glasses with dark colored lens

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