How to choose frames that fit you
Choosing a right eyeglasses frame not only can remedy defects of vision, but also cover the facial flaws.
For example, if you have a tall nose, a low-bridge or double-bridge eyeglasses frame is recommended. Likewise, wearing high-bridge eyeglasses frames can make small noses look bigger. If the distance between your two eyes is quite close, you can choose a frame that is lighter at the bridge and darker towards the legs, whereas people who have broader distances should choose the opposite.
Generally the top of the eyeglass frame should reach the superciliary arch or even above it. If your superciliary arch is very high, you’d better choose a dark-colored frame because a light-colored frame will emphasize the height of your eyebrow and make it looks like there is another eyebrow on your face.
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