The Best Sunglasses for Every Face
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By Nicole Mann Novick
Cat-eye shades are not only on trend this season, but they are also just the right proportion for women whose faces are a little wider at the temples and narrower at the chin.
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Eye Candy3 of 13
Just as you would do when choosing new clothes, pick sunglasses in hues that flatter your coloring. Neon green and white complements a summer tan.
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Petite, oval frames will look sleek without overpowering delicate features.
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Square-faced ladies should look for rounder styles with frames that soften your appearance rather than compete with strong features.
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With their straight lines, angular frames are a great way to balance the curves of a round face.
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Ladies with an oval face have it easy when it comes to sunglasses. The proportionate and softly rounded curves of your face mean that anything goes—even a wild, retro pair.
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If your face is more oblong in shape, then a sporty, oversized pair with longer lenses will be a great fit. Stay away from pairs with shorter frames, as these will appear out of proportion with your features.
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Oversized shades are quintessentially chic for ladies with pronounced facial features. Go for a smaller version of the style if you have a diminutive face to avoid getting lost behind large frames.
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If you want your pretty face to stand out and not your sunglasses, then choose a pair that is subtle in construction and color.
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See Through11 of 13
For ladies who are blessed with high cheekbones, try a rimless style that allows your stellar feature to stand out.
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For gals with a more triangular face, try an old-school style—where the frame is just slightly narrower at the bottom—to give balance to your forehead and jawline.
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Aviators tend to look good on everyone, but stick by the size rule: Those with more pronounced features should choose a larger pair, while those with more fine features should opt for smaller specs.
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