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Choosing the Perfect Frames

Glasses are more than a vision correction tool; they’re a reflection of your personality and style. At Image Eye Care, we understand the importance of selecting frames that not only fit your budget but also complement your unique features, lifestyle, and vision needs.

Our experienced optometry professionals are here to guide you through the process, ensuring you find frames that are a perfect blend of style and functionality.

Select Your Frames with Confidence

This is a general guide intended for reference. Our experienced staff will assist you in selecting frames that work best for your lifestyle. Elevate your style and enhance your vision with frames from Image Eye Care.

If you have a square face characterized by a strong jawline, broad forehead, and wide chin and cheekbones, we recommend frames that make your face look longer. Opt for slightly curved frames, resembling an oval shape, with more horizontal than vertical real estate.

For the balanced proportions of an oval face, choose frames that complement its natural symmetry. Opt for frames wider than the broadest part of your face, following your brow line. Diamond or rectangular shapes often work best for oval faces.

Similar to an oval shape but longer, an oblong face benefits from frames that create a break in its length. Choose frames with depth, a low bridge to shorten the nose, and options like round, deep, low-triangle shapes, or strong vertical lines.

To add length to a round face, opt for angular, narrow frames that are wider than they are deep. Avoid round styles, as they may exaggerate the roundness of the face. Choose frames that elongate and add definition.

Characterized by a wide forehead and high cheekbones narrowing towards the chin, heart-shaped faces benefit from frames wider at the bottom. Light-colored, rimless frames, as well as aviator, butterfly, and low-triangle styles, work well to complement this shape.

With a narrower forehead, full cheeks, and a broad chin, frames that widen at the top help offset the broad chin. Opt for frames with heavy color accents on the top or cat-eye shapes to add width and emphasize the narrow upper part of the face.

Highlighted by high cheekbones and a narrow eye and jawline, diamond-shaped faces are best complemented by soft, oval frames. Look for detailing, distinctive brow lines, rimless options, or cat-eye shapes to highlight the eyes and cheekbones.