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If you have an oval-shaped face, you can really rock any look. So go ahead and experiment. Rectangular frames are a good place to start, since their horizontal orientation will balance out your face's vertical. Then try more upswept styles, like cat eye and butterfly, which compliment high cheekbones.Find Frames
Square-shaped faces feature a broad forehead and jawline. Counteract your face's angular lines with curvier frames. Round or oval styles can help soften your look while styles like cat eye, butterfly or semi-rimless draw the eye up and away from a prominent jaw.Find Frames
Round faces have few angles–so your sunglasses should. Geometric shapes like rectangle or wayfarer will help give your look an elegant edge, offsetting its softer contours. Also, the horizontal nature of those frames will help your face look longer and thinner by contrast.Find Frames
Heart-shaped faces are widest at the temples and narrowest at the chin. Keep proportions in check with frames that direct attention downward and elongate your look. Lightly colored frames, ones with thin temples or those embellished at the bottom are smart style choices.Find Frames
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