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The Best Glasses for Your Face Shape

For every girl who survived high school in oversized rimmed glasses, now is your chance to shine. With eyeglasses seen everywhere from the library to the runway this season, now is the time to rethink how you accessorize with your frames. What kind of glasses are best for your face shape? Keep reading to see my guide!

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  • Heart-Shaped Face 1 of 7
    Heart-Shaped Face
    If you have the classic heart-shaped face, then look for oval-shaped or square-shaped frames. It will draw focus to your eyes!
    See it here at Refinery 29
  • Square Face 2 of 7
    Square Face
    If you've got a definite square jawline, you should opt for glasses that have slimmer frames. It will make your face appear less bulky!
    See it here at The Glitter Guide
  • Round Face 3 of 7
    Round Face
    For those of you with a full, rounded face, pick angular, rectangular frames to balance out your face.
    See it here at Refinery 29
  • Oval Face 4 of 7
    Oval Face
    Do you have an oval-shaped face? Lucky you. Almost any type of frame will look fabulous on you, so go for large, thick rimmed glasses.
    See it here at Blushing Apples
  • Oblong Face 5 of 7
    Oblong Face
    If your face is longer than it is wide, you should go for larger glasses that break up a face's long lines and add width. Doesn't Anne Hathaway pull off these chic frames with ease?
    See it here
  • Triangle-Shaped Face 6 of 7
    Triangle-Shaped Face
    If you think you've got a triangle-shaped face, then go for top-heavy styles that balance the width of the jaw. I love that these glasses draw attention to your eyes!
    See it here at Nao Vou Sair Assim
  • Diamond-Shaped Face 7 of 7
    Diamond-Shaped Face
    Do you have a diamond-shaped face? Balance out those broad cheekbones with cat-eye or oval frames.
    See it here at Refinery 29

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