(wide forehead and cheekbones; narrow chin)
Yes: Cat’s-eye, round.
No: Overly embellished glasses, says David Rose, designer for Salt Optics
(long face; narrow chin and cheeks)
Yes: Oversize or wrap styles.
No: Frames that are too narrow for your face.
(balanced forehead, cheekbones and jaw)
Yes: “Any shape works on you,” says Rose. Softly angular frames play up an oval face.
(broad forehead; square jawline)
Yes: Round, oval, cat’s-eye
No: Sharp geometric shapes—they emphasize an angular profile
(full cheekbones; narrow forehead and jaw)
Yes: Wide, rectangular frames.
No: Round frames or colored lenses, which exaggerate fullness.
So which one is right for you?