When selecting eyeglass frames, choose a shape that complements your eyes, face, eyebrow contour, and hairstyle. To draw attention away from a long nose, choose frames with a drop bridge and veer away from aviator frames. If your eyes are widely spaced, look to oval or heavy frames and shy away from squares. If your eyes droop, opt for angular frames and avoid cat eyes and aviators. For low cheekbones, go with cat eyes or ovals and avoid round frames. If you have narrow eyes, be on the lookout for thin frames and stay away from deep-set and narrow frames. If you have high eyebrows, choose frames that sit below your brows and avoid frames that touch your brows. Glasses may be essential for your eyesight, but they're an accessory all the same. So choosing correctly is extremely important. We invite you to come in and let us help you and your family select the eyewear that fits properly and is right for your face and skin tone. If you have a heart-shaped face, try semi-rimless frames that accentuate the upper face or top-heavy styles that balance the width of the jaw.
Feb 14, 2014