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How To Choose The Right Sunglasses For You

How To Choose The Right Sunglasses For You

How to Choose the Right Sunglasses for you

The task of picking out the right sunglasses can end up being cumbersome. However, there are some factors that you can keep in mind, such as the structure of your face and even the color that can help you to find the right product.

These are some basic tips that can help you to pick out the perfect sunglasses and it is all a matter of knowing your face and then picking out the perfect frame.

Heart Shaped Face

if you have a heart shaped face, you may want to go with a retro square style, cat eye or even sporty. These frames that are a bit wider on the top will give a better look for the heart shaped face.

Round Shaped Face

Think of a oversized pair of sunglasses if you have a round shaped face. Rectangular and angular shapes for frames can also be good, including basic squares as well as retro square and cat eye. Ray Ban Glasses can be good for this shape.

Oval Shaped Face

With an oval shape, you may want to invest in a frame that will not be too small or too big. Think of aviators, retro square of oversized if you want to look your best.

Rectangle Shaped Face

Rectangle shapes are going to do best using shield, round and aviator frames. With a strong jaw and a forehead that is wide, you should think about choosing soft lines with sunnies or even rimless edges.

You should also never forget about colors when you are shopping for frames. These are a few things to take into consideration:

Light Skin

Someone with light skin and warm undertones will do best with neutrals that are warm in tone as well as shades that are saturated like cypress, plum and umber. Cooler undertones may want to avoid greens, ambers and yellows while opting for cameo fade, dusk and blush. Pinks and blues can also be flattering.

Medium Skin

Someone who has medium tones and warmer undertones will be best with amber fade, greens or even tortoise shades. People who have a cooler tone will do best with blues, reds and cherry shades.

Dark Skin

For darker skin, think of brindle fade, metallic with granite, or hemlock. If you have cooler undertones to your dark skin, go with black or purple shades, including ochre, cadet and plum. Some will also be best will greens and blue bases.

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