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Choose Your Frame

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The Right Frame

Glasses play a big part of how you look and feel. Choosing the right eyeglass frame can enhance your best features and down play others. Generally, choose a frame that contrasts the shape of your face is the first step. It is thought, the ideal face shape is an oval and symmetric. We can look better in frames that help us achieve an "oval effect." For example, with a round face, try frames with sharp angles: rectangles, trapezoids, and so on. Round glasses would accentuate your round face. The frame size should be to scale with your face size and your eyes should be centered in the frame. Eyeglasses can also lift and accentuate facial features like eye brows or cheeks.

•The frame shape should contrast with the face shape.
•The frame size should be in scale with the face size.
•Eyewear should repeat your personal best feature.

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