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Sunglasses: How to opt one which is suitable for you

Updated on March 14, 2018
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In summers, sun starts getting red hot, so all the heavy make up and dark colored heavy attires takes the backseat and light or no make up and cool attires with funky accessories and a pair of cool sunglasses . So, here comes the question how to choose sunglasses which would suit your personality and face. We always struggle while getting the sunglasses which would completely suit us and let us shine as sun in these hot summers.

How to find your style of sunglass?

Yes, here is the answer of this question. The sunglasses should be selected according to your face shape and features.









The jawline is the narrowest point of a heart shaped face. So, any frame which is wider on the top and narrow at the bottom will look good. The frames which would look good on heart shaped face would be retro square, cat eye, sport.


Retro glasses
Retro glasses
cat eye sunglasses
cat eye sunglasses
sporty eye glasses
sporty eye glasses


This type of face is narrowest at the forehead and jawline and it is widest at cheekbones. The rectangular, oversized, angular frame set would look good on round shaped face.

Rectangular Sunglass
Rectangular Sunglass
Oversized Retro sunglass
Oversized Retro sunglass


The most versatile face shape and it is longer than wider. For this face type neither too small nor too big glasses would look good but round or square frames would pull off your look nicely.

Round sunglasses
Round sunglasses
Square sunglasses
Square sunglasses


This type of face has wide forehead, wide cheekbones and strong jaw. To soften these areas sunglasses with soft lines and frameless are preferred.

Frameless frame
Frameless frame

How to protect your eyes from sun?

The most important factors to consider when purchasing sunglasses to protect your eyes from the sun :-

  • The most important thing to look for when buying sunglasses to protect your eyes is a tag indicating that they block 100 percent of UV rays.
  • The more coverage from sunglasses reduces sun damage on the eyes.
  • The dark lenses may look cool and fashionable but it is not necessary that they block UV rays much better than light color sunglasses.

So, if you follow these simple tips during picking sunglass for yourself, you would surely standout. Do drop your feedback.


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