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We help you see your world clearly. With one of the finest eyewear in front of your eyes, we do jobs for you at prices much lower than your local optician. We help you choose your frame and lens as per your requirements and package the product to you. There are ways in which you may choose the right frame for your based on the face shape, material and more. You may try on every pair of Prescription eyeglasses in the store to find out how each one looks, but narrowing down your choices in advance will save you time. All you need to do is determine your face shape and understand which eyeglass frame will suit you best.

Matching Eyeglass Frames to Face Shapes

  • Eyewear should repeat your personal best feature (such as a blue frame to match blue eyes).
  • The frame shape should contrast with your face shape.
  • The frame size should be in scale with your face size.
  • Faces are a combination of shapes and angles, so we divide them into 7 basic shapes there are seven basic face shapes: round, oval, oblong, base-down triangle, base-up triangle, diamond and square.

We hereby give you further description of these face shapes and which types of frames work best for each. We as a responsible eyewear seller can can help you use these guidelines to choose your new eyeglasses.

Round faces look good with angular narrow eyeglass Spectacles frames that lengthen the face.

Round

A round face has curved lines with the width and length in the same proportions and no angles. To make a round face appear thinner and longer, try angular narrow eyeglass frames to lengthen the face, a clear bridge that widens the eyes, and frames that are wider than they are deep, such as a rectangular shape.

Oval faces need eyeglass frames that are at least as wide as the broadest part of the face.

Oval

An oval face is considered to be the ideal shape because of its balanced proportions. To keep the oval's natural balance, look for eyeglass frames that are as wide as (or wider than) the broadest part of the face, or walnut-shaped frames that are not too deep or too narrow.

Eyeglass frames with a lot of depth, such as aviator frames, suit oblong faces. A low nose bridge will shorten the nose, too.

Oblong

An oblong face is longer than it is wide and has a long straight cheek line and sometimes a longish nose. To make an oblong face appear shorter and more balanced, try frames that have more depth than width, decorative or contrasting temples that add width to the face, or a low bridge to shorten the nose.

Faces in the shape of a base down triangle look great with glasses that have color accents, details on the top half of the frame, or cat eye shapes.

Base-Down Triangle

A base-down triangular face has a narrow forehead and widens at the cheek and chin areas. To add width and emphasize the narrow upper third of the face, try frames that are heavily accented with color and detailing on the top half or try cat-eye shapes.

Faces in the shape of a base up triangle need frames that are wider at the bottom, with very light colors. Rimless frames and semi rimless frames are also good choices.

Base-Up Triangle

This face has a very wide top third and small bottom third. To minimize the width of the top of the face, try frames that are wider at the bottom, very light colors and materials and rimless frame styles (which have a light, airy effect because the lenses are simply held in place by a few screws, with no surrounding frame material).

Diamond shaped faces look well with eyeglass frames that have detailing or distinctive brow lines.

Diamond

Diamond-shaped faces are narrow at the eye line and jawline, and have broad cheekbones that may be high and dramatic. This is the rarest face shape. To highlight the eyes and soften the cheekbones, try frames that have detailing or distinctive brow lines, or try rimless frames or oval and cat-eye shapes.

Square faces need eyeglass frames that soften the face angles, such as narrow ovals.

Square

A square face has a strong jaw line and a broad forehead, plus the width and length are in the same proportions. To make a square face look longer and to soften the angles, try narrow frame styles, frames that have more width than depth, and narrow ovals.

Its always important to choose the right glasses. By choosing the wrong glasses may be uncomfortable and awkward looking as ill fitting clothes. Selecting the correct size frames also ensure that the looks go well with the eyewear frame. The frame size consists of three components: eye size, bridge size and temple size.

We give you so many options to choose that you will be spoilt with choice. If you need single-vision or multifocal (progressive addition lenses), you should know your lens type beforehand which will ensure the correct lens material recommended to you.

Single Vision lenses- are suggested for people who are either near-sighted or far-sighted, but not both. Single vision lenses have only one corrective power.

Multifocal lenses- are suggested for people who have difficulty in seeing things up close and far away. These lenses have two or more corrective powers. Bifocal lenses have visible lines seperating the various corrective powers. Progressive lenses do not have any visible lines.