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Even if you’re not a celebrity chased by the paparazzi, you can still put on these face-swallowing sunglasses for great style andÂ sun protection.Â
Obviously, the larger the frame, the more coverage you get.Â Always choose shades that are labeled as blocking 99-100% of UV rays. Some manufacturersâ€™ labels say â€œUV-400.â€ This is the same thing as 100% UV absorption.Â In addition, wraparounds offer added protectionÂ becauseÂ they wrap around the temples toÂ prevent the sunâ€™s rays from entering from the sides.
Fashion wise, retro shades and aviators are currently popular, so areÂ white framesÂ along with temple embellishments including rhinestones and laser cutouts.Â Ensure however thatÂ you go forÂ frames that flatter and balanceÂ your face shape ratherÂ than just blindly following the fashion trend.
Here are some tips for choosing sunglasses to suit different face shapes:
Experiment with oversize shapes and aviators, ensuring that the frames are not widerÂ than the broadest part of the face. Wraparounds and square or rectangular styles are also best.Â Â
Make your face look longer and thinner by choosing sunglasses with wide frames and an angular or rectangular shape. Look for deep colours to minimize fullness.
ToÂ soften and elongate your broad forehead and strong jaw,Â try sunglasses that are curvy and wider than your face, and frames that are slightly rounded or oval to balance the features.
Try frames that minimize the width at the top of the face and add width below the eyes such as rimless triangle aviators.Â
And remember.Â Â SunglassesÂ don’t have to beÂ costly in order to make you look good orÂ offer you UV protection.Â But of course to some,Â wearing an expensive brand of sunnies doÂ make them feel better.