How to find the right shades for you

When the time comes to buying shades, the first thing you need to do is determine the shape and size of your face because it will help you get a better fitting and a functional pair of shades.

Shades that have a proper fitting will give you a stylish look, boost your self-confidence and appearance. To find the best sunglasses for your face first measure your face and find the face shape and buy that pair of shades that will go best with your face shape and make everyone around you go gaga.

The most important factor for wearing shades is to help you protect your eyes from the scorching heat. The more you get your eyes accustomed to your shades, it will help your eye’s health in the long run. It will help you to prevent the ultraviolet rays from the sun from directly damaging your eye since most shades these days have UV ray protection. Wearing shades also help you to boost your confidence and make you look enticing.

Factors on which face shape depends:

But how do you figure out what shape is your face actually is?

It’s quite simple to determine, the first arm yourself with a flexible tape, and then take the measurements and record it as you go with the list.

1) Forehead

Measure it across the face from the peak of one eyebrow arch to the peak of another eyebrow arch.

2) Cheekbones

Start measuring it from the starting and ending at the pointiest part below the outer corner of each eye.

3) Jawline

Start measuring from the tip of your chin to the point below your ear at which the jaw angles upwards. To get your Jawline measurement to multiply it by two.

4) Face Length

Start measuring from the center of your hairline to the tip of your chin.

After talking about the measurements, take a note which is the largest of the four and then compares to the other profiles and find which face shape matches yours.

Types of face shape :

1) Oval

Here in this face shape the length is greater than the width of the cheekbones, while the forehead is greater than the jawline. The jaw’s angle is rounded rather than a sharp jawline.

2) Rectangle

Forehead, cheekbones, and jawline are almost of the same size while the face length is the greatest measurement among all of them.

3) Round

Cheekbones and face length are almost of equal measurement while they are larger than the forehead and jawline, which also have the same measurement. The jaw’s angle is blunt and less defined.

4) Square

In this face shape all the measurements are almost equal while the angle of the jaw is sharp rather than rounded.

5) Diamond

Here the face length measures largest among all and they measure in descending order: cheekbones, forehead, and jawline are the smallest while the chin is pointed.

6) Heart-Shaped

In this face shape cheekbones are the widest while the chin is narrow. This shape is also sometimes called a triangle-shaped.

Types sunglasses for your various face shape:

1) Round

 These shaped faces have noticeable curves and less defined angles. The best shades for round shaped faces avoid curved features and emphasize more on sharp angular lines that help to elongate your face and make it look sharper and thinner.

They benefit from high-on- the-temple, colorful frames. You can also go with rectangle, square, wrap, and shield-shaped frames.

2) Square

 People who have this face shape generally have the same width and length across the face. Their features are characterized by a strong jawline and broad forehead.

The shades that work best for this face shape are aviators, butterflies, round, or any frame that compliments circular curves. To set or center temples are the best way to go with a square-shaped face.

3) Oval

People who have this face shape can make every frame look awesome. They have a gently rounded, fairly even features, and they can sport any frame they please and works great on them, from designer to sport, fashion to function everything works amazing.

 Try to avoid frames that are huge that discard your symmetrical features. Go for shades that cover the fave from eyebrows to the cheekbones.

4) Rectangular

People with rectangular shape face are also called oblong, since they long and narrow at few angles. This face shape works for the nest with oversized shades. It will also work great with larger wayfarer or rectangular lenses and also shades with thick frame add width to a long face.

  You can also up your style by wearing shades with tall or deep lenses and vintage-style frames as the sharp angles and bold lines will give the oblong face and edge and sharpening other features that are soft. This group of people can sport wayfarer, wrap square and rectangular styles. They should try to avoid small frames.

5) Diamond

People whose faces are diamond-shaped are generally characterized by a narrow jawline and forehead with the widest part of their face being the cheekbones.

Rimless and oval frames will help compliment wide or high cheekbones as the people with his face type should use frames that gentle their curves and should not be wider than the cheekbones.

6) Heart-Shaped

Heart-shaped faces are some times referred to as triangle as they have widest at the temples and narrowest at the chin. The best shades for people with triangle and heart-shaped faces are those with lower edges with no straight lines along the top to shift the direction to the down so that face looks elongated.

Cat-eye glasses that have rounded edges are ideal for giving the person wearing it a finished and balanced look. It goes also a week with shield, rimless, or aviator styled frames.

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