7 tips to choose the right sunglasses

Here are a few basic tips to help you choose the right sunglasses

Ians August 15, 2015
Here are a few basic tips to help you choose the right sunglasses. PHOTO: INSTAGRAM

Choosing the right sunglasses could be a cumbersome task but keeping in mind a few factors including your face structure and the colour can help in finding the right piece.

Here are a few basic tips to help you choose the right sunglasses -- it's all about knowing your face-cut and picking the right frame for yourself.

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1. Heart-shaped face

Heart-shaped face can always opt for a retro square, cat-eye and sporty eye-wear. Frames that are wider on the top than they are on the bottom works well for a heart-shaped face.

2.Round-shaped face

Round-shaped faces should go for an oversized, rectangular and angular shaped frames which can be retro square, cat-eyed and basic squares.

3. Oval-shaped face

People with an oval face shape can invest in frames that are neither too big nor too small. Buy an Aviator, an oversized and retro square frames to look glamorous.

4. Rectangular-shaped face

There are people with a rectangular face shape who can opt for round, shield and aviator frames. Having a strong jaw and a wide forehead, they should always choose sunnies with soft lines or rimless edges.

Colours and frames also need to be kept in consideration.

5. Light-skinned

Light people with warm undertones should go for warm-toned neutrals and more saturated shades like umber, cypress and plum while cool undertones should avoid yellows, greens and ambers but should opt for dusk, cameo fade or blush. Pinks and blues tend to flatter them.

6. Medium-skinned

Medium people with warmer undertones should invest in greens, amber fade and tortoise shades, while people with a cooler tone should go for cherry shades, blues and reds.

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7. Dark-skinned

Shades like brindle fade, or hemlock, or metallic with granite compliments deep people with warm undertones. People with cooler undertones should go for purple and black, shades like plum, cadet, and ochre look really good on them and they can even carry blue based and greens like forest.


Arab Khan | 6 years ago | Reply And plz also tell how to recognize what type of face do I have 8-)
Bilal | 6 years ago | Reply An article on sunglasses and face shapes without images is incomplete
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