Sunglasses for Round Faces: If your cheeks are full and you have a rounded chin with few angles in the face, you should consider a more angular glass that will give your face dimension. Round faces have proportional width and height, so you want to wear rectangular and oblong sunglasses to elongate and make your face look thinner and longer.
Sunglasses for Oblong Faces: For the face that is longer than it is wide, with a long nose, high cheekbones, and tall forehead. Use a tall frame or rim to make your face look shorter or more rounded.
Sunglasses for Oval Faces: Similar the round faces, but usually accompanied by high cheekbones with balanced proportions. Most sunglasses will suit oval faces. Consider rectangular or abstract sunnies that can add angles to soft curves of your face.
Sunglasses for Square Faces: Square faces are strong, with defined lines. Soften the angles with round or oval frames. Look for sunglasses with defined temples.
Sunglasses for Diamond Faces: Large at the top sunglasses, cat eye looks, and aviators, will all look nice for diamond faces.
Sunglasses for Heart Faces: Broad forehead and wide cheek bones that narrow into a smaller chin. Many glasses will suit the wide cheek bones and tiny chin heart face, but bottom-heavy sunglasses will add a nice width to the lower face.
Don’t forget, June 27th is National Sunglasses Day! Wear your favorite sunglasses proudly, regardless of face shape and rules. They shield your eyes from UV rays and make you look and feel pretty awesome.