Find Your Match: Sunglasses That Suit Your Face Shape Best

Choosing the right pair of sunglasses isn’t just about protecting your eyes from the sun- it’s also about highlighting the best features of your face. Understanding your face shape is key to finding eyewear that not only looks great but also complements your natural appearance. This guide will help you identify your face shape, find the perfect sunglasses for your face, and feel confident in your style.

Determining Face Shape

Knowing your face shape is crucial in selecting the right sunglasses. Here’s a simple guide:

Using a Face Shape Detector 

A face shape detector app can quickly assess your facial structure and suggest the most flattering eyewear options. 

Measure It Yourself 

The key to determining your face shape lies in assessing the relative proportions of different areas of your face. You’ll want to focus on the width of your forehead, cheekbones, jawline, and overall length of your face.

You can determine your face shape by noting which measurements are largest and how they compare to each other. Once you determine the face shape, now you can find the perfect sunglasses for your face.

Glasses For your Face Shape:

Oval Face: For an oval face, the face length is greater than the width of the cheekbones, and the forehead is greater than the jawline. The angle of the jaw is rounded rather than sharp. An oval face has balanced proportions, making it compatible with nearly any frame style. However, make sure the frames are not too wide. If you’re someone with an oval face, we recommend balanced styles like Wayfarers.

Square Face: In a square shaped face, all measurements are fairly similar. The angle of the jaw is sharp rather than rounded. For square faces, round or oval frames are ideal as they soften strong jawlines and enhance your features. Hence, curved sunglasses like Aviators soften the angular nature and are best suited.

Rectangle (or Oblong) Face: In a rectangle face, the face length is the greatest measurement. The forehead, cheekbones, and jawline are similar in size. For an oblong face, opt for frames that add width. Decorative or contrasting temples also help to create the illusion of a broader face. Large, bold styles can add balance and make a statement. We recommend large, bold styles such as Wayfarer or Square Sunglasses as they can add balance and make a statement.

Round Face: You can determine whether you have a round face if your cheekbones and face length have a similar measurement. They are larger than the forehead and jawline. The chin is pointed. For a round face, opt for geometric frames to create angles that sharpen the face. We recommend angular frames that work best to elongate a round face such as square frames.

Diamond Face: In a Diamond face shape. The face length measures the largest. Then, in descending order: cheekbones, forehead, and smallest jawline. The chin is pointed. Play up a narrow forehead and with frames that sweep up or are wider than the cheekbones, such as cat-eye styles and some oval frames. If you’re someone with a Diamond face, we recommend going with cat eye and some oval frames.

Heart Face: If you have a Heart-shaped face, your forehead measures greater than the cheekbones and jawline. The chin is pointed. Choose frames that are wider at the bottom to counterbalance the forehead width. Light-colored or rimless frames can also be flattering. We recommend opting for Rimless frames and thin, light-colored frames.

By understanding the dimensions of your face and using these measurement techniques, you can accurately determine your face shape and find the perfect sunglasses for your face that will look best on you. This knowledge serves as a foundation for not only selecting eyewear but also exploring hairstyles and other personal style decisions that enhance your natural features. 


How important is UV protection in sunglasses?
UV coating on sunglasses and eyewear shields your eyes from damaging UV rays. Without wearing UV-protective sunglasses or eyeglasses, even brief exposure to ultraviolet radiation can harm your eyes in ways comparable to a sunburn. Your eyes may turn red and puffy or feel gritty as if you have sand in them.
Why is UV protection important for the eyes?

UV light more easily penetrates eye tissues than visible light, potentially increasing the risk of eye problems. Among the three types of UV light, UVA emits the least energy but can cause aging of the skin.
Why are sunglasses important for your eyes?
The most important benefit of wearing sunglasses is that they protect your eyes from ultraviolet (UV) light. UV light can have harmful effects on the eyelid, cornea, lens, and retina.


Choosing the right sunglasses for your face shape not only enhances your visual appeal but also boosts your confidence. By understanding your face shape and following our tailored recommendations, you can select frames that not only protect your eyes but also perfect your personal style. Remember, the best sunglasses for you are those that you feel great wearing – so feel free to experiment within your face shape guidelines.