What glasses frames to choose if you have a big face?
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What glasses frames to choose if you have a big face?

A person's face shape cannot be changed. Even if some people have plastic surgery, they can only change part of it, and the proportion of people who have plastic surgery is very low. If you happen to be a handsome man or beauty with a slightly larger face, how should you choose glasses (Eyewear) that suit you? We know that wearing glasses not only corrects vision, but also blocks the sun and protects you from the sun. If you choose glasses that suit you, they can also help modify your face shape and enhance your personal image. If you choose incorrect glasses, it can be counterproductive. Men and women with big faces should pay special attention to the type and color of frames. If you are not careful, your face will appear larger, which may make you look unsightly. Today I will talk to you about how to choose glasses for big faces.

Of course, there are many types of big faces, including round faces, square faces, long faces, etc. Although they all have big faces, there are still tips for matching glasses with different face shapes. If matched, they will add a lot of color to your big face.

Nowadays, people prefer to buy glasses online as it’s more convenient, and you can customize your prescription easily online too.

What kind of big face you are?

1. If you have a round face, it is recommended to wear flat and wide glasses, such as rectangular or olive-shaped frames, which can effectively modify the round face shape and make the round face look more slender. It is recommended to choose a slightly thicker type of frame. For example, choose a darker cool color for the acetate glasses lens color, which can also have the effect of visually tightening the face; but how to choose is not good, choose red, yellow and other brightly colored lenses or frames Glasses with too thin lines tend to make a round face appear larger and cannot modify the face shape.
2. If you have a long face. It is recommended to wear slightly larger round glasses or oversized square frames to reduce the elongation of the face. Secondly, the upper part of the glasses should be flat and aligned with the eyebrows, while the lower part should be round. It can cover part of the face, making the face look smaller and highlighting the temperament of the face. But the frame should not be too wide. If it is wider than the face, it will make the face look longer.
3. If you have a big face, it is recommended to choose light-colored lenses and metal frames, and glasses with the curvature of the frames extending under the eyebrows. You can also choose glasses without frames, which can help reduce the width of the upper part of the face and at the same time The effect of showing a small face.
4. If you have a square face. It is recommended to wear glasses with arc frames, such as round retro glasses or academic style glasses with thick top and thin bottom. In short, people with square faces should not wear square-framed glasses, otherwise the facial lines will be more obvious.

Frame colors are needed to be considered

As for the color of glasses, if your complexion is not very white, for example, it should be close to wheat color. It is recommended that you do not choose brightly colored frames, such as bright red or purple, as this will make the whole look very uncoordinated. But if your skin is white and tender and you are a cute girl, then bright red frames are also an option. The combination of fair skin and bright red frames makes the whole person energetic and full of motivation.

Different types of frames

Currently, there are several types of frames on the market: full frame, half frame, frameless, etc. For people with large faces, glasses with large frames are a good choice. Try not to choose rimless or half-rim glasses, which may make your face look wider.


The glasses that can be chosen for several common face shapes introduced above are for your reference only. When we buy glasses, we must not only choose the appearance and color that suits us, but also pay attention to their quality. Also try to choose eyewear materials that are harmless to the skin. There are currently many types of eyewear, including acetate eyewear, metal eyewear, titanium eyewear, horn eyewear and wood eyewear made of natural materials. Needless to say, acetate glasses, titanium glasses and horn glasses are environmentally friendly and harmless to human skin. High-end metal glasses are also harmless to humans after surface plating. The key is to find regular stores to buy glasses and choose brand glasses with viable quality. Especially when you are purchasing glasses for myopia, you should not only pay attention to the quality of the frames, but also pay more attention to the quality of the lenses and professional glasses.

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