How To Choose Glasses To Suit Your Face Shape
Everybody has a different shaped face, and therefore need glasses to match this bodily trait. So how do you choose glasses that suit your face shape. Well, here at VideoJug we have provided you with a great video on the exact steps to choose the right glasses for you.
So good evening ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to Robert Hoope Opticians. Well, were going to talk about face shape and how when you choose a glasses, how your face shape is affected by the shape of the glasses you choose. Mainly there are round faces, of course, square faces, angular faces which many would describe as oval, oval faces, but seems to be the most desirable face shape, the Mona Lisa apparently had the most beautiful oval face, part of the attraction, I don’t know. Some very beautiful square faces and very beautiful round faces and an angular faces, but some reason as we change the shape of our face towards an oval shape, for some reason it seems to bring about some positive feelings about that. I’m wearing a very angular at the moment, I have a very round face, I have very very difficult face to dispense actually. I’ve got a very flat, very long nose, very roundish face and if I want to make my face more round, I’ll put a round frame, here we go, there it is. Now this concentric kind of roundness in the frame makes my face more rounder, in a way, you could say, it is a more friendly look. Shakespeare said surround me with fat people, you know, round people, it is like rounded, rounded means wholesome shall we say, something jolly about them maybe. So roundness, and I think that’s right I feel so more wrapped with round glasses for some strange reason. However if I want a more committed, more focused, more dynamic, more cool then I have to move towards the angular shape, that chiseled look, you know with the very angular face so and so forth. So I’m going to put on a frame now that going to achieve that, here we go. This is very much angular face and now I have a much more ovally looking face, the roundness is gone a little bit and I’m left with something much more angular.