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Sunglasses are a popular accessory for both fashion and functionality, and choosing the right pair can be crucial to enhancing your style and protecting your eyes from harmful UV rays. If you have a diamond face shape, there are certain features you should look for in sunglasses to flatter your facial structure.
A diamond face shape is characterized by a narrow forehead and chin, with wider cheekbones. To balance out your features, you should look for sunglasses that have a strong browline and wide temples. This will draw attention to your eyes and help create the illusion of a more proportional face.
Aviator sunglasses are a great choice for diamond faces. They have a strong browline and wider temples, and the teardrop-shaped lenses help elongate the face. Another good option is cat-eye sunglasses, which have a bold upper frame and are wider at the top, drawing attention to the eyes and creating a sense of balance.
Avoid sunglasses with round or oval lenses, as they can exaggerate the width of your cheeks and make your face appear wider. Narrow frames and lenses can also accentuate the narrowness of your forehead and chin, throwing off the balance of your face.
When selecting sunglasses for a diamond face shape, it's important to consider both the shape and size of the frames. Look for styles that are proportional to your face and don't overwhelm your features. With the right pair of sunglasses, you can enhance your style and flatter your unique facial structure.
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Frame Size Guide
New to the eyewear world and looking for your perfect fit? The most important measurement to know is your frame width, as that’s what we base all our sizes on at Abdosy.
We suggest you measure your frame dimensions to ensure you've got the best fit for your face.
- Lens Width 55 - 17 - 149
- This is the horizontal width (in millimeters) of each lens.
- Bridge Width 55 -17- 149
- This is the distance (in millimeters) between your two lenses.
- Temple Length* 55 - 17 -149
- This is the length (in millimeters) from each screw to its temple tip.
- This is the whole length from the screw to its ear tip, consisting the length of the bend and the length of the drop.
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