A Guide to the Best Glasses for Female and Male with Oval Faces Shape
Features of the Oval Face Shape
1. Forehead is about as wide as the cheekbones.
2. Forehead is slightly wider than the jaw.
3. Face’s width is about two-thirds of the length of the face.
4. The chin is slightly rounded, not too big and not too small.
Visual sense: beautiful, elegant and dignified, but lacking in personality.
Do you have an oval face(4 steps to confirm)?
First of all, please prepare a small ruler, scientific results must rely on data to speak.
Step1. Let's measure the widest horizontal length of the face and make sure whether the widest position is on the forehead, cheekbone or jaw.
step2. Measure the length of the face and compare the width of the widest position with the length of the face. For example, in the picture below, the left picture is length obviously > width and the right picture is length slightly > width.
step3. Observe your forehead and pull up all your hair to determine whether you have a wide forehead or a narrow forehead.
step4. Observe the shape of your chin to confirm whether you have a round, pointed or square chin. Some people have two face shapes when they smile and when they don't, in that case, you can also measure these two cases separately yourself.
Okay, once the four steps are complete, sit tight and fasten your seat belt, we'll be driving soon. If your face is significantly longer > wider, and you have a round chin, then you have a oval face. it is like a goose egg.
Glasses Guide for Oval Face Female
The most suitable glasses for women with oval faces
People with oval faces are simply God's favourites, and there are many glasses that suit them. In terms of shape, round glasses, oval glasses, square glasses and cat-eye glasses; in terms of style, they suit luxury and colour. You can make your own judgement on the exact selection, taking into account your preferred style and personal characteristics. Wearing different glasses will give you a different vibe. Let's discuss round and oval glasses first.
Round and Oval Glasses
Often round frames accentuate softly curved facial features perfectly. Frames made from delicate metal or acetate can show that they have been carefully designed.
In the office, you can choose to wear round and oval glasses. They can make a difference to the way you look. For example, they make you look more professional and a team player.
Square Shaped Glasses
Sometimes having too soft a facial tone can affect the way you carry out your work. Square glasses can help to change the shape of your face and make it appear more distinctive.
They can neutralise the softness of the face and make it look slightly more serious, which is not a bad thing in everyday work.
Glasses Guide for Oval Face Male
oval faces have longer faces with rounded chins and high cheekbones, there are no flaws and they belong to the perfect manly face shape!
Choose What You Like
If you have an oval face, congratulations, this face shape is very versatile. Whether it's glasses or a hairstyle, you can manage it all.If you're thinking of buying a pair of glasses to suit you, take your hair colour and skin tone into consideration as they will probably make you look brighter.
Choose a comfortable pair of glasses that match your hair colour and skin tone. This means contrast with colour where possible, while giving your skin tone a warm feel. Hope you find your perfect glasses.
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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.
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