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Why do some eyeglasses
look attractive on display in the optical shop, but not so great when you try them on?
It could be that
the frames are the wrong style for your face shape.

Your face shape plays a significant role in whether a certain style of glasses will look good on you.





A heart face shape has a wide top third and a narrow bottom third.

To reduce the apparent width of the top of the face, choose frame shapes that are wider at the bottom.
Aviator For Heart Face
Cateye For Heart Face
An oval face shape is considered to be ideal because of its balanced proportions.

Walnut-shaped frames that are not too deep or narrow are a very good choice.
Cateye For Oval Face
Round For Oval Face
A round face shape has curved lines with the width and length in the same proportions and no angles.

Frames with a clear bridge and rectangular frames that are wider than they are deep also can be good choices.
Rectangle For Round Face
Cateye For Round Face
A square face shape has a strong jaw and a broad forehead, and the width and length of the face have roughly the same proportions.

Try narrow frame styles, frames that have more width than depth, and narrow ovals.
Cateye For Square Face
Round For Square Face
A base-down triangular face shape has a narrow forehead and widens at the cheek and chin areas.

Frames with cat-eye shapes also can be good choices.
Butterfly For Triangle Face
Cateye For Triangle Face