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Oval shape sunglasses are best fit for the following faces;
· Oval :
Oval face shapes will have a forehead and a jawline that are approximately the same width. The chin and jawline will be rounded, with no hard lines, and the face will be widest at the cheekbones.
Square face shapes will have a width and a length that are almost equal. The jawline will be very defined, and the hairline will be almost straight across the forehead. The cheekbones will be the same width as the forehead and jawline.
Round face shapes will also have a width and length that are equal, but the jaw and hairline will be curved. The widest part of the face will be the cheekbones.
Diamond face shapes will be longer than they are wide and high set cheek bones will be the widest part of the face. The jawline will be pointed at the chin.
Heart shaped faces will be widest at the hairline and the face will narrow all the way down to a long jawline with a pointed chin.
Oblong face shapes will be much longer than they are wide. The cheekbones, forehead, and jawline will be the same width, and the jaw will be more narrow and slightly rounded.
The rectangular face shape is a hybrid of the oval/long and square shaped face. It's essentially the long face with angular edges. Rectangular face shapes feature a square jaw and a face that's longer than it is wide. You'll also likely have a high forehead.