Let's make sure you get the right size and shape.
Check the measurements on your current frames. The numbers found on the inside of the temple will be the eye size (lens width), followed by the bridge size, then the temple length. You can then order any frames that are around the same size.
If you try on glasses at a store, write the numbers down for reference.
Round frames are good for softening the lines of a square face.
If you have an oval face, consider yourself fortunate: almost any fame should suit your face.
If you have a round face, a square shape looks great and minimizes roundness.
If you have a heart-shaped face, choose frames with low temples and lenses that get wider at the bottom. This will add fullness over the lower half of your face.
People of triangular faces, with their wide jaw lines, are complimented by cat's eye shapes.
Sometimes the hardest part about buying new glasses is choosing a frame style to suit your face. Experts say the best thing to keep in mind is to "think opposite". Try frames that are reverse shape of your face and see what they do for you. It's likely they will flatter you.
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