||Your face is a circle and is about as wide as it is long, with soft curves.
||Square, angular frames (aviator or square)
||Try a clear bridge to widen your eyes; DO NOT wear round frames
||To thin out and lengthen your round face
||Your face is a proportional oval, with curves.Oval is the “ideal” face shape.
||Any frame shape (aviator, oval, or square)
||It’s best to pick frames that are at least as wide as the widest part of your face
||To maintain the balance of your proportional face
||Your face is equally as wide as it is long, with angular lines.
||Circular, curved frames (aviator, oval)
||Lengthen your face with frames that are wider (↔) than they are deep (↕)
||To soften and lengthen your angular, short face
||Your face is a rectangle and is longer than it is wide, with angular lines.
||Triangular, Circular, or Deep Rectangular frames (aviator, oval, or some square)
||Balance your face with frames that are deeper (↕) than they are wide(↔)
||To soften and shorten your angular, long face
||Geometric, Circular frames (oval, some square)
||Try frames with wider bottoms than tops or rimless frames
||To minimize your temple width and draw the eye down to the bottom of your face
||Your face has a wide forehead that descends to a narrow chin.
||Your face has a narrow forehead, wide cheekbones, and narrow chin, with angular lines.
||Circular or Cat-Eye frames (aviator, oval, some square)
||Look for top-heavy frames, such as semi-rimless frames or frames with detailing on the brow line
||To emphasize the eyes and cheekbones and draw the eye up to the top of your face
|Base Down Triangle
||Your face has a narrow forehead that flares to a wide chin.
||Geometric, Circular, or Cat-Eye frames (aviator, oval, some square)
||Go for frames with wider tops than bottoms that are top-heavy (semi-rimless or detailed on the brow line)
||To minimize your chin width and draw the eye up to the top of your face