Heart Shaped


Broad forehead and wide cheek bones that narrow to a small chin. Frames to Try: Bottom-heavy frames that add width to lower face, Styles with low-set temples to draw attention downward or Narrow, round frames that soften the forehead. Frames to Avoid: Top-heavy styles that draw attention upward and Decorative temples that accentuate the broad upper face.

Long Shaped

Narrow shape that's longer than it is wide. Angular features with high cheekbones, a longer nose and tall forehead. Frames to Try: Tall Frames that help create a shorter face or Broad glasses with an accented top rim or decorative temple that adds width Frames to Avoid: Small frames that are out of proportion and short frames that accentuate face length.

Oval Shaped

Proportions that are mostly balanced. Chin is slightly narrower than forehead and cheekbones are high. Frames to Try: Most frame shapes work with oval faces or square, rectangular and geometric shapes which add angles to soft curves. Frames to Avoid: Frames that are too large for your features.

Round Shaped

Full cheeks, rounded chin with few angles. Width and length are in same proportions. Frames to Try: Angular and geometric frames that sharpen facial features, rectangular and horizontal styles makes faces appear longer and thinner, upswept frames that draw attention to top of face or glasses with temples that connect at the top of the frame add length. Frames to Avoid: Small frames that are out of proportion or short frames that accentuate face length.

Square Shaped

Angular face with a strong jaw line, broad forehead and square chin. Proportional length and width. Frames to Try: Oval and round frames, glasses with temples that are center set or that connect at the top of the frame or butterfly shaped glasses. Frames to Avoid: Geometric and square shaped frames that accentuate angles of the face and low-set temples or color accents on the bottom of the frames that draw emphasis to the chin.

Triangle Shaped

Narrow forehead and eye line that widen at the cheeks and the chin.  Frames to Try: Semi-rimless frames that accentuate the upper face, top-heavy styles that balance the width of the jaw or frame bottoms that angle inward. Frames to Avoid: Low-set temples that widen the jaw and Narrow frames that are out of proportion.