Sometimes a frame looks great on a friend but it is not quite right on you. It’s all about proportion and shape. Always select a frame you like, but make sure it balances the shape of your face.

Oval face: This is the easiest face to fit because it's symmetrical. Nearly every frame shape looks good on you!

Oblong face: Round, square, or rectangular frames add width.  So do details on the temples.

Round face: Frames with angular lines add definition. Deep colors reduce fullness. Rectangular frames create length.

Square face: Round, oval, and slightly curved frames are ideal. Think narrow frames too. They soften an angular jaw and broad forehead.

Triangular face: Frames with design details and color at the top help balance the face.

Heart shaped face: Choose smaller frame styles without detail on the temples to balance the upper and lower halves of your face.

Diamond shaped face: Top-heavy frames look great on you, like semi-rimless or styles with details on the brow line.

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