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Knowing your face shape is a great tool in selecting frames.

Learn how to use your curves and angles to find the styles that will suit you best.

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How to identify your face shape?

Take a picture of your face with your hair out of the way and trace the outline of the face with the software of your choice or on a printed photo. Usually, you will see the shape pretty clearly. If this first step does not allow you to identify your shape, proceed with a deeper analysis by focusing on the breadth of your forehead, cheekbones and jaw. By taking and comparing measurements, it is often obvious that, for example, the forehead is larger than the jaw and consequently the face is heart-shaped. The face is only a matter of proportions, it is therefore important to understand how to rebalance them.

  • Round
  • Oval
  • Heart
  • Square
  • Round
  • Oval
  • Heart
  • Square

Round

Fuller cheeks, wide forehead and a rounded chin usually proportional in width and length.

The rule of thumb:

Sharpen your softer features with angular frames (rectangle, square)

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Oval

Slightly wider cheekbones gentle narrowing at the forehead and jaw.

The rule of thumb:

Most versatile face to fit be careful, don't go too oversized!

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Heart

Broad forehead that tapers to a small chin generally high cheekbones and angled following the contour of the face.

The rule of thumb:

Slightly larger angular and round frames suit you.

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Square

Angular lines with strong horizontal jawline and square chin equally wide cheekbones, forehead and jaw.

The rule of thumb:

Soften your features with rounder frames.

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Round

Fuller cheeks, wide forehead and a rounded chin usually proportional in width and length.

The rule of thumb:

Sharpen your softer features with angular frames (rectangle, square)

Click here for our stylist's tips

Oval

Slightly wider cheekbones gentle narrowing at the forehead and jaw.

The rule of thumb:

Most versatile face to fit be careful, don't go too oversized!

Click here for our stylist's tips

Heart

Broad forehead that tapers to a small chin generally high cheekbones and angled following the contour of the face.

The rule of thumb:

Slightly larger angular and round frames suit you.

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Square

Angular lines with strong horizontal jawline and square chin equally wide cheekbones, forehead and jaw.

The rule of thumb:

Soften your features with rounder frames or sharpen them by outlining your square jaw with angular frames.

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Our Stylist's Tips

Round, sharpen your features with rectangular glasses. Squared-off styles are preferable. A round frame will enhance the shape of your face and give you a little “je-ne-sais-quoi”. It will give the person who wears it a more theatrical aspect and a friendly look. There are no wrong choices, what’s important is to know what you want to accentuate.

Oval, no restrictions for this shape. Have fun!

Heart, square and rectangular styles of glasses that are slightly larger suit you. They will rebalance a narrow jawline.

Square, soften your features with a rounder frame in order to distract from a larger jaw, especially if you are a woman. Cateye styles create a lifting effect and slims down your face.

Our Stylist's Tips

Round, sharpen your features with rectangular glasses. Squared-off styles are preferable. A round frame will enhance the shape of your face and give you a little “je-ne-sais-quoi”. It will give the person who wears it a more theatrical aspect and a friendly look. There are no wrong choices, what’s important is to know what you want to accentuate.

Oval, no restrictions for this shape. Have fun!

Heart, square and rectangular styles of glasses that are slightly larger suit you. They will rebalance a narrow jawline.

Square, soften your features with a rounder frame to contrast a larger jawline. In contrast, a square frame will emphasize a larger jaw and give a very masculine look.