How to Choose Glasses
Is it difficult to decide when buying a new pair of glasses? Don't know what kind of frame fits your face best? Or do you just feel uncomfortable with your current glasses? Don't worry, we are happy to help you to find the perfect pair for your look!
Measure Your Face
Grab a ruler to measure and follow the instructions below:
1. Forehead: Pull the tape measure from the vertex of one brow arch to the vertex of the other.
2. Cheekbones: Measure your upper cheekbones from edge to edge.
3. Jaw line: Measure your chin at the widest point (about one inch from the ear)
4. Face length: measured from the center of the hairline to the tip of the chin.
Write down the largest measurement and use the information below to determine your face shape.
What kind of frame is best for your face shape?
Once you have determined your shape, let us start looking for the most suitable frame shape for you.
The length of the cheekbones and the face have similar measurements. They are larger than the forehead and jaw, and these two parts are also similar in size. The angle of the chin is soft and does not meet the definition.
It is recommended to use a long and thin frame. The facial lines are not so clear and fuller. The square frame can complement this facial shape by adding clarity and lines. Square, rectangular, brown, or classic road frame glasses. These frames look slimmer. The length of the cheekbones and face is similarly measured. They are larger than the forehead and jaw, and these two parts are also similar in size. The angle of the chin is soft and does not meet the definition.
All the measurement results are quite similar. The angle of the chin is sharp.
In order to soften the face, it is strongly recommended to use round or oval frames, because these frames can make your face soft and balanced. Hue and lively metal frame are also recommended.
The face length is the largest. Then, in descending order: cheekbones, forehead, and the smallest is the jaw line. The chin is pointed.
Focus on the angular frame, and edge elements to complement your angular features. We recommend cat eyes, horns, or eyebrow frames.
The length of the face is greater than the width of the cheekbones, and the forehead is greater than the jaw line. The angle of the chin is round.
If you have an oval face, you can rock any style. The ellipse is generally considered ideal because it is the most classic proportion.
It's easy to buy glasses and frames online
If you already have a pair of glasses, we recommend that you take a measurement before to choose a frame to make sure you have the right size. Only a fraction of an inch is acceptable.
We hope this information will help!