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Eyewear: Basics for Sample

The shape of the spectacles must take into account the size and shape of the eyes. Almond-shaped eyes need oblong or square shapes. For small eyes, the spectacles should not be too big; oval frames balance out eyes that are too wide apart and oblong frames help to make eyes that are too close together seem more widely spaced. Eyes that slant downwards at the outer corners suit frames with an upward sweep (butterfly style).

Face Shape: SQUARE

The aim when selecting eyewear is to create length and minimise width by choosing:

- Avoid thin, angular and square frames, as these will exaggerate the squareness.

- Colour or decoration on the frame’s outer corners.

- Fine to medium scaled frames.

- Frames that are more horizontal than vertical.

- Frames that are wider than the widest part of the face.

- Frames where the width and length are almost the same or equal.

- Frames with gentle curves.

- Frames with weight or decorations on the top frame only.

- The top of the frames should sit high enough on the face to minimise the jaw line.

A square face shape has a strong jaw line, a broad forehead, and a wide chin and cheekbones.

Eyewear: Basics

Your glasses become an extension of yourself.

  • When looking at the basics, the frames should frame your face and your eyebrows, as well as sitting on or above your eyebrows, rarely under.
  • The arms while they hold the glasses in place, the placement will make your face look longer or shorter and can balance out your nose.
  • A low bridge will make your nose appear shorter while a high bridge will lengthen your nose.