Your facial shape is as tall as it is wide, with a strong jawline and angular features
Style: Narrow ovals and round frames that soften features. A wide-set frame or a defined top can slim the face.
Frame Lines: OGI, Anglo American, Norma Kamali, Bellagio
Your forehead is wider than your jawline, and your chin tapers to a point.
Style: Give the illusion of a wider face with bottom-heavy frames and low temples. Round styles can balance the point of your chin. Try experimenting with lighter colors and materials.
Frame Lines: Silhouette, Kensie, Mandalay, Flexon, Legre
Your face narrows at the eye line with angular cheekbones and a small forehead.
Style: Bring out your cheekbones with oval and rimless frames. Try soft metals and light plastics.
Frame Lines: Flexure, Cadillac, Liz Claiborne, Silhouette, Juicy Couture
Your face is longer than it is wide, with symmetry on both sides.
Style: Both round and square shapes will work; however, look for frames that are are wide with thicker temples to balance the length of your face. Experiment with geometric or cat-eye frames.
Frame Lines: Bellagio, Gucci, Geek Eyewear, Stacy Adams
Your face is very balanced- your cheekbones are higher than the middle of your face and your chin is narrower than your forehead.
Style: Oval faces can pull off a variety of frame styles, including geometric shapes, squares, and softly rounded frames. Avoid shapes that are significantly rounded.
Frame Lines: Vera Wang, Kate Spade, Timex, Geek, Banana Republic
Your cheeks are full and your jawline is rounded. Your face is as wide as it is long.
Style: Sharpen your features with geometric and squared frames. Round faces pull off the cat eye look easily! Look for frames with temples at the top of the frame to add length.
Frame Lines: BCBG, Kate Spade, Kensie, Jhane Barnes, Kashiyama