Woman likely selects her glasses frames for styles as well as function, but of available styles and materials can be confusing and time consuming. Narrow the selection of choosing frames is better that should suit the shape of your face, your skin color and the material is very important.
Your eyes should be at the center of each lens. The frame should be wide enough so there is a slight space between the frame and the side of your head.
A bold color at the bridge gives the illusion of narrowing the distance between wide-set eyes.
Choose frames that are in proportion to the size of your face. Small frames are lost on a large face, while large frames will overwhelm a small face.
Select frames that do not go above your eyebrows, and do not touch your cheek when you smile. Your eyes should be centered in the lenses when you look straight ahead. Frames that slide off your nose or leave red marks under the nose pads need readjustment.
Classic eyeglass frames project a professional image.
Stick to frames that suit your hair color and skin tone. Remember flamboyant colors don’t always match everyday clothes.
Warm skin tones (like olive skin) look good with copper, camel or peach frames; blue, jade and plum frames go well with cool, paler skin tones. Matching your eye or hair color also creates a flattering look.
Plastic frames, which are available in almost every color imaginable, are lightweight and easy on the budget. Metal frames are available in stainless steel, aluminum and titanium, among other metals. Flexon frames are made from a titanium-based alloy, and retain their shape after twisting and bending
An optician can make frame selection easier. She can tell you which styles are returned frequently for repair, for example. She can also advise you on frames that are not compatible with your prescription. Some styles are not suitable for the thicker lenses that stronger prescriptions require.