SHOPPING FOR YOUR FACE SHAPE
Oval faces are well balanced, defined by equal proportions and a chin that is slightly narrower than the forehead.
Try an optical frame that is as wide as, or wider than, the broadest part of the face, and be adventurous! This face shape tends to suit most styles of frames.
Rectangular faces are generally defined by a deeper forehead, longer nose, and square jaw.
Try a squareish frame with a thicker brow-line or a frame with more depth than width, to make the face seem wider. We recommend avoiding narrow rectangular frames, as this will lengthen the appearance of your face.
A square face is defined by a strong jaw line and well-defined shape in forehead and cheek bones.
To make a square face look longer and to soften the angles, try narrow frame styles, frames that have more width than depth, and narrow ovals.
A heart-shaped face is defined by its broader forehead with a narrower chin and jawline.
Try an optical frame that is wider at the bottom, such as round or squareish frames.
A round face is defined by its soft circular shape, where the width and length are in close proportions.
To compliment and elongate this face shape, try a more angular optical frame that is wider than it is deep, such as rectangular frames that will lengthen the appearance.