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Choosing the Right Sunglasses for Your Face Shape
Spring and Summer are approaching us quickly which means there are going to be sunny skies. It is so important to keep your eyes protected while you are out in sun because the rays from the sun can cause damage to your retinas. A great way to protect those eyes is by wearing sunglasses, and not to mention they make for a really cute accessory as well. Have you ever tried on a pair of sunglasses and just thought they looked absolutely ridiculous on you? Chances are they were not your proper shape for your face. Today I am going to give you a few tips for choosing the proper sunglasses for your face.
Determine Your Face Shape
The first thing you will need to do is figure out your face shape first and foremost. You can do this by simply looking online to find a guide or even a lot of cosmetology magazines have guides in them as well. Simply look at the face shapes on the guide and look at yourself in a mirror and you will find which one fits best for you.
If you have a heart shaped face, this means that you have a thinner face around your chin area and it is wider around your forehead. You’re going to want to find a shape of sunglasses that flows best with your shape. Some great suggestions would be a cat eye shape or large square frames.
If you have a round face this means that the widest point of your face is at the cheek bones and then it comes slightly in at the forehead and chin areas. Some great options for this shape are the cat eye and also square shapes because they take away from the roundness of your face a bit.
If you have a square face shape, you have a wide face structure all the way from the jawline to the forehead. Some great Sunglass shapes are round or aviators because these help to soften up the harsh edges of your face shape.
The oval face shape is considered the “ideal” face shape so you can pretty much wear any sunglasses shape as long as it is the correct size. Just make sure your frames are not too small or too large for the size of your face.
I hope this helps when it comes to finding the best sunglasses for your Summer accessories this year. Just find what works best for you and what you think looks best on you.