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A pair of sunglasses is the best accessory to protect your eyes from the sun. But, it can be quite tricky if you don’t know what your face shape is—it might be quite unflattering to wear an ill-fitting one!
Your favorite celebrities make sure to highlight their faces’ asset when choosing the right pair. Don’t worry because you can, too!
According to SunglassWarehouse.com, “Once you’ve found your face shape, then you can begin to pick sunglasses that will complement your features.”.
Scroll down now and display your best features!

 

1. Heart-shaped

Do you see your jawline as the narrowest part of your face? If yes, then you have a heart-shaped face. In an ABS-CBN Lifestyle article, heart-shaped is described as, “Your face is chiseled in a way that even if you think you haven't got slim cheeks, your cheekbones are still totally winning.”

Photo from liveabout.com

Browline

Actress and singer Janella Salvador emphasizes her pointy chin with a pair of browline sunglasses. This style was popular in the 50s and 60s and remains a classic today.

Photo from Instagram (@superjanella)

Retro Square

The retro square sunglasses also complement a heart-shaped face like actress Liza Soberano’s. They are also worn by Hollywood actress Reese Witherspoon who has the same face shape.

Photo from Instagram (@lizasoberano)

 

2. Round-shaped

New York-based plastic surgeon Norman Rowe says, “Face shapes that are widest at the cheekbones are a typically a round face shape,”. According to allure.com, the length and width of a round face is basically equal.

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Square

An angular frame like Ex-PBB housemate Kisses Delavin’s square sunglasses goes well with her gentle features. Also, these oversized square glasses belong to the latest trends this 2019 according to the online eyewear brand Vint and York.


Photo from Twitter (@kissesphotoss)

Cat Eye

Cat eye sunglasses also accentuate the shape of actress Angelica Panganiban’s face. The upswept feature suits it well. Regardless of the face shape, these trendy sunglasses are also worn by Hollywood celebrities.

Photo from Instagram (@iamangelicap)

 

3. Oval-shaped

LiveAbout.com describes the oval face as the most versatile face shape. Makeup artist and glasses expert Bobbi Brown says that, “An oval-shaped face is "long and thin, with a chin slightly narrower than your forehead.”

Photo from liveabout.com

Oversized

Although an oval face can pull off any pair of sunglasses, SunglassWarehouse.com recommends an oversized frame. It looks just perfect for actress Julia Barretto who flaunts her beautiful face shape in an Instagram post.

Photo from Instagram (@juliabarretto)

Aviator

Actress Bea Alonzo opted for the iconic aviator sunglasses for her oval face. Aviator sunglasses were first used in the United States by combat pilots. Today, they are now one of the most fashion-forward accessories.


Photo from Instagram (@beaalonzo)

 

4. Square-shaped

If you have a strong jawline that goes with your wide cheeks and forehead, you have a square-shaped face. Brown says, “You can soften a strong face shape by choosing frames with curved or rounded corners.” On the other hand, angular frames should be avoided.

Photo from liveabout.com

Circular

TV host and actress Anne Curtis follows the rule for her square-shaped face. Sporting a pair of big circular sunglasses make her angular features less accentuated.


Photo from Instagram (@annecurtissmith)

Circular browline

For TV host and actress Toni Gonzaga, she goes out on a sunny day with a pair of circular browline sunglasses. Browline sunglasses are also called the Clubmaster.

Photo from Instagram (@celestinegonzaga)

 

5. Diamond-shaped

Stylecraze.com suggests that diamond-shaped faces are those which have a narrow hairline that tapers just like your jawline. The hairline is what sets the diamond shape from the heart shape.

Photo from liveabout.com

Oval shape

According to Reader’s Digest, “Oval and cat-eye shapes help create balance by highlighting peppers and softening cheekbones.” Actress Yam Concepcion seems to agree as she wears a pair of oval-shaped sunglasses in her Instagram posts.

Photo from Instagram (@yamconcepcion)

Rimless

 “Also, rimless frames are your friend, as this will really allow your cheekbones to shine.”, says model Victoria DiSorbo in a Reader’s Digest interview. Actress Loisa Andalio looks stylish with her own pair of orange rimless sunglasses.

Photo from Instagram (@iamandalioloisa)