Sunglasses for Your Face Shape

Stylish sunglasses that also flatter your face shape are hard to come by.  Even though you might want to wear the newest trendy aviators, the right pair of sunglasses can make you look younger, thinner and just plain hotter.  Featured below are sunglasses that will flatter each face shape.

Things To Look For If Your Face is Round Shaped

1.  Darker rimes
2.  Frames with strong angular lines
3.  Higher temples

An example of this can be found below with this adorable pair of Karen Walker shades.

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This pair can be found here.

Things To Look For If Your Face is Heart Shaped

1.  Lighter gradient lenses to broaden your chin’s appearance.
2.  Ombré tinted lenses to make your forehead appear less wide.
3.  Aviator sunglasses will look stunning on you.

An example of this can be seen below with these hot Michael Kors “Kai” shade style.

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This pari can be found here.

Things To Look For If Your Face is Oval Shaped

If your face is oval shaped, most styles will flatter you, as long as the frame is not wider than your face.  If you are the blessed individual with an oval shaped face, you can explore all different sunglass shapes and styles.  Cat-eye styles are suggested for oval shaped faces.

An example of these can be found below in the Elizabeth and James “Cypress” shades.

2618751-p-4xThis pair can be found here.

Things To Look For If Your Face is Square Shaped

1.  Look for frames that have rounder edges.  This will balances and soften your face.
2.  Frames that sit high on your face.
3.  Classic frames will look best on you.

Check out an example of this classic look in these Tory Burch round glasses below.

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These shades can be found here.

Article Source: YouBeauty

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