Buying the Correct Bamboo Sunglasses!

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Buying the Correct Bamboo Sunglasses!

With online shopping becoming the popular choice for making our everyday purchases, knowing how to buy the correct sunglasses is an important part of making the right decision and being happy with the purchase.  Choosing the right sunglasses for your face shape isn’t an easy task and knowing what to buy will allow you to ultimately enjoy your bamboo sunglasses for a long time. There are frame shapes that will enhance your best facial features, and there are also many frames that may not enhance the facial features. Do you really want to look at those selfies and group photos thinking, “I can’t believe I spent so much money on these sunglasses and they look terrible on me”?

So, how do you know which style is the right fit for you? First, you’ll need to find out if your face shape is heart, round, oval, or square. You can always as a friend, look in the mirror and trace your image with a washable marker or lipstick, or you can always take a selfie. Once you have determined your face shape, you can start looking for sunglasses and styles that will complement your features.  Knowing the styles that will benefit your facial shape makes the shopping experience easier and more enjoyable, taking a big chunk of the unknown out of the shopping equation.  I have highlighted several face shapes and the suitable styles and features that can benefit each individual and those styles that may not be suitable for your face shape.

 

Suitable for round faces:

Pointed, rectangular, and square glasses.

“Cat’s eyes” glasses.

“Butterfly” glasses.

Glasses with narrow bridges.

“Aviators.”

“Wayfarers.”

Not suitable for round faces:

Round glasses.

Narrow frames.

Glasses with sharply defined edges.

Geometrically shaped glasses.

Glasses with colored lenses.

Glasses that cover the eyebrows

 

Suitable for oval faces:

Glasses with smooth-lined frames: rectangular, oval, round.

“Butterfly” glasses.

“Aviators.”

“Cat’s eyes” glasses.

Not suitable for oval faces:

Glasses with sharply defined edges.

Glasses that appear too massive.

Glasses that look too wide.

Narrow frames.

 

Suitable for square faces:

Large glasses.

Glasses where the frame width equals the width of your face.

Glasses with colored frames.

Glasses with oval, round, or teardrop-shaped frames.

Frameless glasses.

“Cat’s eyes” glasses.

“Aviators.”

Not suitable for square faces:

Square frames with sharp corners.

Small, narrow, and petite frames.

Glasses where the frame is wider than your face.

 

Suitable for rectangular faces:

Large-framed glasses.

“Aviators” (with large frames).

Round-framed glasses.

Not suitable for rectangular faces:

Narrow frames.

Small glasses.

Glasses with bright, colorful frames.

 

Suitable for heart-shaped faces:

Rounded or round glasses.

Small frames with a narrow bridge.

Glasses with low-set arms.

“Aviators.”

“Wayfarers.”

Frameless glasses.

Bright or neutral-colored frames.

Not suitable for heart-shaped faces:

Glasses with large and heavy frames.

Glasses with sharp, pointy outlines.

Glasses that cover the eyebrows.

“Butterfly” glasses or teardrop-shaped glasses.

“Cat’s eyes” glasses.

Glasses with brightly colored frames.

 

Suitable for triangular faces:

Round glasses without bright decorations.

“Aviators.”

“Cat’s eyes” glasses with transparent lenses.

Frameless glasses.

Not suitable for triangular faces:

“Cat’s eyes” glasses with dark-tinted lenses.

Glasses with square or rectangular frames.

Glasses with narrow or small frames.

Glasses where the lower part has square or sharp-edged outlines.

 

Now that you know your face shape and the best bamboo sunglasses shapes to look for, it’s time to get to work and find the perfect style that you can wear and enjoy for a long time!