Quiz: What Kind of Glasses Are Most Flattering for Your Face?
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What Kind of Glasses Are Most Flattering for Your Face?
By: Monica Lee
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About This Quiz

The shape of your glasses can give you a whole new look. Sharp and sexy, geeky and flirty or classic and cultured. To get the perfect pair, you first need to identify the shape of your face. Then the real fun happens when choosing the frame color, style and shape. 

For instance, if you have a round face, you'll want to look for frames that are wider than your face and add balance to your soft features. Wide frames can enhance your face and even make your cheeks appear longer and slimmer—whereas square faces need some roundness for balance and to soften defined, prominent features.

What happens if you find out your face shape won't work for a style you love, like aviator or cat-eye glasses? It's not the end of the world. For instance, if you have a rectangular face where aviator frames are a no-no, you may be able to rock those frames if you find a pair that is more rounded and over-sized. At the end of the day, choose frames that will not only balance your features, but also complement your personal style. Pick frames that you'll feel comfortable and, more importantly, confident wearing. That's right, make a spectacle of yourself!

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What feature do you like the most about yourself?

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What feature would you like to hide a bit?

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Where do you usually shop?

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It's time to choose a frame color. Should it match your eye color or brighten your skin tone?

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Look at your face in the mirror. Do your facial features look like an upside-down triangle?

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How do you want your customers or clients to feel about you?

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How do you want your friends to perceive you?

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A frame with a low bridge will help to shorten the appearance of a longer nose. Would you choose a low bridge?

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When you go looking for new eyeglass frames, does everything look pretty good on you?

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Short faces can look longer by wearing petite lenses. Would you order that size lens?

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Have you noticed that over-sized glasses or very circular rounded ones take away from your face’s natural symmetry?

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Slightly curved-edge glasses will draw the eyes away from a high forehead. Is that something that you could rock?

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If you wear glasses that sit high up on the bridge of your nose, you can soften square features. Would you do it?

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Angular, narrow frame styles will help to lengthen the face. Do you think you need that?

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When your friends wear glasses with bright, striking-colored frames, what do you think?

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When it comes to choosing your frames, which of these is most important?

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