How do I measure my glasses for my face?
How should your glasses frames fit your face?
- Proper bridge design and position are very important for a well-fitting pair of glasses.
- The width of your frames should not be wider than the width of your face at the temples.
- The top of your frames should be no higher than the line of your eyebrows.
What size glasses square face?
Round and oval glasses are the best choice for people with square faces. These frames will soften and balance your strong jawline and add contrast to your face shape.
What kind of glasses fit my face app?
If you need help shopping for your perfect pair of glasses at SelectSpecs, here are the top 5 apps that might help you!
- Face Shape Meter from VisTech.
- Glasses Camera from Keliang Li (free)
- Glassify from XLabz Technologies (free)
- Virtual Dressing Room from Mikhail Zelin (free)
- PD Meter from Tech Positive (free)
Is my face Round or square?
If the length of your face is about equal to the width of your face, and your jaw is angular instead of rounded, your face shape is square. “Cheekbones on a square face will be parallel to the hairline and jawline,” says Scheibel.
Should your eyebrows show when wearing glasses?
Tip #1: Your frames should flow with the shape of your eyebrows. You want the eyebrows to be parallel to the top of the frames when it comes to the position of your eyebrows. Your glasses are never supposed to cover your eyebrows.
Should my glasses touch my cheeks when I smile?
For glasses to fit comfortably, the lens should not be seated too close to the eyes or the eyelashes would brush against them. If your cheeks touch the bottom of your glasses rim when you smile or talk, it will lift the nose pad off your nose bridge.
Should your glasses touch your cheeks?
The temples (arms) should not touch your temples; there should be a slight space of a millimetre or two between your temple and that of the frame. Some temples can be shortened by your optician with end cutters and a file, when necessary. The glasses should not touch your cheeks at all.
How do you see what you look like with glasses?
Virtual Try-on lets you to see what you’ll look like in new glasses or sunglasses via your webcam. Simply submit a short video and photo and the Virtual Try-on software will digitally position frames over your face. You can even share the results with friends to help decide if the new specs or shades suit you.
How to choose glasses for your face shape?
Avoid small and round frames so your features don’t become lost. And by choosing a pair of frames that are more angular and wide, you can add the illusion of length to your face. Full-rim and semi-rimless frames are great styles to consider.
How can I find out what my face shape is?
It is likely that you have one of the following face shapes: oval, square, round, heart, or diamond. By looking at a mirror and taking a close look at your facial features, you can find out which one matches you! Read on below to see how to determine which face shape you have, and what glasses will look perfect on you.
What kind of sunglasses should I wear with a square face?
Try to stick to neutral frame colours such as black, brown or tortoise and avoid anything super geometric or angular in shape or style. Similar rules apply when choosing the right sunglasses for a square face shape. Aviator style sunglasses are a great choice so take a look at the Icons Cruz frames from our prescription sunglasses collection.
Where do you put glasses on your face?
When it comes to proportion, square faces are widest along the jaw and forehead. Due to this shape being defined by a strong jawline, glasses that sit high on the nose add length that flatters this face. To draw focus to your strongest features, choose a dark and rounded, rather than angular, frame.