Anthony Lee - March 31 2023
Best Sunglasses for Small Faces in 2023
The size of the sunglasses is quite important for people with small faces. If you accidentally buy large, the sunglasses will keep slipping off your nose, which is uncomfortable. The ears won't be too comfortable either, and in general, it's not a good wearing experience.If you want a perfect answer, slide to the end of the article.
If you're not in a hurry, come with me to learn more about what kind of sunglasses are suitable for small faces.
What Do You Know About Small Faces?
If your face size is smaller than 130mm, you have a small face.You need to know your sizes of frame size(the overall width of your face), nose bridge length, temple length(distance between your eye and ear).
Small face size will be as follow:
|Face Size||ideal lens width||sunglasses size|
|115 - 130mm||49 - 54mm||Small|
|Bridge width||Ideal bridge width|
|14mm - 17mm||Small|
|Eye to temple||Ideal temple length||Ideal temple length|
|80 - 90mm||120 - 130mm||Small|
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Two Ways to Find the Best sunglasses for Your Small Faces
More and more people want to buy sunglasses but don't know how to start. The question we are often asked is how do we know what type of glasses are suitable for our face shape? Without further ado, I will now tell you the 2 easiest ways, divided into online and offline.
Offline Sunglasses Store: The advantage of this is that it is more realistic, whether it is the effect of trying on the material or the feeling of the material, it is the most intuitive way to feel. The disadvantage is that it is more time-consuming and laborious. The epidemic is now affecting many people who are worried about virus transmission and are reluctant to come into direct contact with their glasses. For those who are more worried about the epidemic virus, and for those who are socially afraid, especially those who are highly myopic, I'm going to share with you a better way.
Online Glasses Store(Abdosy): All you need to do is open the sunglasses shop's website, which is equivalent to having a personal eyewear cabinet, and you can try on 1000+ models of eyewear directly online. You can try on all kinds of glasses with one click, without worrying about the shop assistant's vision, and you can try on as many glasses as you want, for as long as you want, while lying on your sofa at home. You can try on as many glasses as you want, for as long as you like, from the comfort of your home sofa. The result is very realistic, almost exactly the same as you would see in an optician's shop.
It's easy to use, just click on "My avatar" and then turn your head to the phone to create a super realistic 3D avatar, then the system will recommend the right glasses for us based on our avatar data including face shape and head size. Then we can click on the "one-click" button to try on the glasses and see how we look like wearing the glasses, on average we can try on 100 models in 1 minute, basically we can find the most suitable glasses for ourselves in 5 minutes, then we can take a screenshot and match the glasses to this model later!
The above is the best way to choose the right glasses for you. In short, if you have time to try on low prescription glasses, we suggest you go to the optician directly and try them on.
The best sunglasses for small faces need to consider 3 elements:
1. whether they are UV protected.
2. whether they are comfortable to wear, i.e. the right size.
3. whether they are stylish.
A pair of sunglasses, if well protected, can be worn for many years. I hope this article will help you find your own pair of sunglasses.
Written by: Anthony Lee
Anthony Lee is a freelance writer who works as a sales clerk in an eyewear boutique, and her seven years of experience allows her to select the right eyewear for her customers at a glance. Knowing the whole process of eyewear production, she also has a unique perspective on eyewear fashion. She is passionate about fashion accessories and life. She likes to match a variety of eyewear with various styles of clothing.