Faces come in all shapes and sizes, and so do sunglasses. The key to finding a pair of sunglasses that fits right and looks great on you is all about matching frame shape with face shape. If this sounds like agony to you, don’t sweat it, we’re here to help.

4 Common Face Shapes

Face Shapes

Here’s a helpful primer for starters: There are four general face shapes, and for each of these shapes, there are common traits.

Square Face Shape

  • Broad jawline.
  • More angular lines, equally wide cheekbones, forehead and jaw.
  • Semi-rimless or round styles can help balance a prominent jaw.

Recommended frames: Oakley Latch, Ray-Ban Aviator Classic, Ray-Ban Clubmaster

Oval Face Shape

  • Balanced proportions. Gentle narrowing at forehead and jaw.
  • Tapered jawline and slightly defined cheekbones.
  • Best looks are from square, round or bold geometric frames.

Recommended frames: Oakley Holbrook, Oakley Frogskins

Round Face Shape

  • Forehead and jaw height and width are roughly equivalent. Softer angles with slightly wider cheekbones.
  • Horizontal or rectangle shaped frames give your face a longer appearance.

Recommended frames: Ray-Ban New Wayfarer, Maui Jim Red Sands

Heart Face Shape

  • Widest at the forehead and narrow through the jaw and chin.
  • High, angled cheekbones.
  • Low profile frames are good at elongating your look and evening out proportions.

Recommended frames: Ray-Ban Aviator, Maui Jim Wiki Wiki

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Various Male and Female Face Shapes