Do you find it hard to find a pair of sunglasses that suit you?
Here are a few tips to help you choose a flattering frame
Choose an undertone that suits your complexion. Warm browns and tortoiseshell suits warm colouring. Cool greys, blues and blacks suit cool colouring.
Pick a pair that flatters your defining features (find out more about them here). Angles for angled features and curved for curved features.
A high bridge will make your nose look longer, a low bridge (butterfly shape) will make your nose look shorter.
The larger and deeper the frame the shorter your face will look, so if you have a long face shape, choose a deeper frame. If you have a shorter face (round or square) then choose a narrower frame.
The scale of the frame should relate to your face, unless you are dramatic and want to express that part of your personality.
Make sure your eyebrows don’t stick out of the top of the frame at an odd angle so you look like you’re permanently surprised.
7. Top Bar
Balance a strong jaw with a heavier top bar