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Choosing an Eyeglasse Frame based on Face Shape and Skin Color

BY: David Prakash Kumar | Category: Self Improvement | Post Date: 2010-01-28
 



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Eyeglasses are very important in more than one way for the person wearing it. There are some people who wear glasses to improve their eye sight. There are many more people who wear these glasses to increase their face value and as a fashion statement. This is especially true in cities and many people wear glasses as it protects their eyes from the dust as they travel to and from work.

How do you choose the right frames and glasses with face shape?

Oval face:

This kind of face is considered as the "perfect" face and all types of frames will fit perfectly on this type.

If your face is a long and oval, you can choose a frame that is slightly wider in the front and this will help to balance the length.

Round:

If you have a face that is round in shape, avoid round glasses frame, which only accentuate your face shape and makes you look like a face in a cartoon. Try to go for frames that are flat and it will make you look better.

Heart-shaped face:

Avoid thick frames that will make your chin look even sharper, and also those with the top of massive frame, because you will further increase your forehead width. Any other type of frame can be selected.

Square face:

Avoid any very square frames. Choose thin frames, oval or rectangular, with arms high, which will make your face look as if it is slightly narrow. Square frames will make your face look squarer and it can make your facial features look distorted.

Diamond-shaped face:

In this case, the method of enhancing your features by wearing glasses can be done by enlarging the frame, so that head and the chin look prominent. To grade your forehead and chin both an aviator style frame is best suited.

How do you choose the right glasses with skin color?

If you have dark skin, or olive colored skin, you can choose frames that are in black, anthracite, dark brown colors as this will make the person look better.

If you are a blonde and have blue skin and if your eyes are green or gray in color, then your frames can be either light metal, gray-open or you can even wear glasses that are without frames.

If you have other kind of skin with red or brown hair, then the frames that you select should be metal gold, copper, beige or brown-amber.

The eye color, skin color and also the facial features make a difference when you wear glasses. The frames and the glasses should suit you perfectly to make you look great. As you buy the glass and choose the frame, make sure that you wear various frames and look at yourself. The glass and frame that suits you best should be purchased. This is because each person is unique and no rule applies for all people. The glass and frames help to enhance the features of a dull face or can make an enchanting face look very dull!

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