OVAL SHAPE

An oval face is taken as the ideal face. If you have a round face, the length and width of your face are equal. Your chin is also round and has no edges. Your cheekbones are the widest part of your face. In order to balance this face shape, choose a hairstyle and makeup that can lengthen the face. In order to maintain the natural balance of the round face, you can choose a frame that is wider (or beyond) the widest part. Our frames such as Chloe, Zoey, Madison, Pear are some examples are to choose from.

Recommended Frames: Almost anything.
Recommendation Feature: Any shape and any color will work for you. Our only advice is to avoid narrow frames and frames with heavy design elements. Some people may add some unnecessary length to your elliptical face.

ROUND FACE

There are many glasses shapes that suit round faces. Out of all of them, angular frames work especially well! With a proportion that's relatively equal in width and length, round faces should look to sharp-angled frames to add a little extra definition and depth.

Recommended Frames: Thick frame & square frame.
Recommendation Feature: The frame height is high and the position of the temple is high.

HEART-SHAPED FACE

Because the width of the chin is narrower than the width of the forehead, you need to find a shape that balances these features. To minimize the width of the top of your face, choose a frame to widen your face at the bottom. Oval, round and wide-bottom glasses are suitable for heart-shaped faces. This will balance the width of your temples and chin. There are many glasses that fit heart-shaped faces. Heart-shaped faces are widest at the forehead with a narrow chin and high cheekbones.

Recommended Frames: Half-rim square frame
Recommendation Feature: The bottom of the frame is narrower, higher in height and higher in the position of the temple.

DIAMOND FACE

The diamond face has a narrow forehead and jawline, a wide tibia, and a high and dramatic humerus. This is the rarest face type. To highlight the eyes and soften the cheekbones, try a frame with details or a unique eyebrow line. Frameless glasses and oval or cat-eye frames are also a good choice.

SQUARE FACE

The square face is characterized by a sharp outline of the forehead, cheeks and chin. In general, your face is angular from the cheekbones to the jaw contour. Don't wear glasses with hard edges, it will make your face look too square. A frame that is wider than the widest part of the face helps balance the proportion of the square face. To make your face look softer, you can choose a pair of low-key glasses. Choosing the top-contoured glasses will shift your line of sight away from your chin.

Recommended Frames: Round or oval.
Recommendation Feature: The frame height is small and the position of the temple is high