Face Shapes

"First and foremost, the perfect frames are the ones that make you feel your best. Just as swimsuits are designed for different body types, Flutter reading glasses are designed for different face shapes. Eyewear should repeat your best feature, such as choosing a green frame for hazel eyes. The frame shape should contrast with, not repeat, your face shape. What’s your face shape?"

How to choose glasses for an oval face.

Well aren’t you are a lucky girl! Practically any frame looks good on an oval-shaped face. Go ahead and experiment with a variety of shapes.

How to choose glasses for a square face.

Like the faces of Jackie Kennedy, Isabella Rosellini and Ashley Judd, square faces are proportional in length and width with stronger angles for jaw and brow lines. Round, oval, butterfly and cat-eye frames provide interesting curves and contours to square faces.

How to choose glasses for a round face.

Oh to share the same face shape as Ingrid Bergman, Kate Winslet and Cameron Diaz! Horizontal frames, such as rectangles and narrow butterflys, add contrasting definition to round faces.

How to choose glasses for a heart-shaped face.

The heart-shaped faces of Reese Witherspoon, Michelle Pfeiffer and Scarlett Johansson are characterized by a wide forehead, high cheekbones and a narrow chin. Butterfly and cat-eye frames are perfect for adding balance to a heart-shaped face.

How to choose glasses for an oblong face.

Think Sarah Jessica Parker, Gwyneth Paltrow or Jennifer Aniston to picture an oblong face – longer than it is wide, with a rounded jaw line. A tall frame with width would give your face a shorter appearance and add contrasting width to your face.