What kind of glasses look good on a narrow face?
Try rectangular, oval, and classic cat-eyes Rectangular, oval, and classic cat-eye frames are popular choices for small faces. Square and round frames can work too, but sometimes the lenses are too big vertically. Having a bit less height on the lenses can be nicely proportionate to smaller features.
What shape glasses suit a long narrow face?
Square glasses It’s hip to be square if you have a long face. The sharper corners of square glasses help balance out the length of your face and complement your narrow features. Choose frames that are slightly wider than your cheekbones to make your face appear broader.
What are narrow fit glasses?
Narrow fit eyeglasses and small-sized eyeglasses are slightly different. Compared to wide eyeglasses, narrow glasses feature a shorter horizontal width of the frame. Small-sized eyeglasses, on the other hand, feature not only a shorter horizontal distance of the frame, but also a shorter height and a smaller bridge.
What is considered a narrow face?
Small/Narrow Face: 125mm – 129mm. Medium Face: 130mm – 134mm. Large Face: 135mm – 139mm. Wide Face: 140mm – 145mm.
How do I choose the right size 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. The lower edge of the frames shouldn’t sit on your cheeks otherwise they will start to rub against your skin and cause irritation.
How do I know what glasses fit my face?
All you need is a hair tie, a mirror, and a dry-erase marker. Pull your hair back, and trace your face to see which parts of your face are the widest. This can help you find out your face shape, making the eyewear selection process as simple as possible.
How do you know if glasses fit your face?
Your glasses should sit in the middle of your face, no higher than your eyebrows. The total width of your frames should match the width of your face at the temples, leaving enough room on the sides to avoid digging in or leaving marks.
Are my glasses too narrow?
“A good eye-care professional will use the three-point touch rule to ensure a good fit. “The frames should touch the nose, the top of the right ear, and the top of the left ear,” she continues. “If the frame is too narrow, the glasses will constantly slide down your face and need adjustments.”