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Your Face Shape

Oval, heart, square, or round? We'll show you how to find your face shape and tell you what to look for to find the perfect frames for you.

Lenscrafters

How to Find Yours

Every face is different. Knowing which frames flatter your unique features will make hunting down that perfect pair a breeze. Finding your face shape is the first step, and we've got a few tips to help you do just that.

Step 1

Take a Look

Get in front of a mirror or snap a selfie with your phone to get a good look at all your angles. Make sure your face is completely relaxed and that your hair is out of the way to get the best shot.

Step 2

Outline Your Face

If you're standing in front of a mirror, use a lipstick or a dry-erase marker to outline your reflection. On your phone, use tracing paper, or find a photo app to draw an outline of your face shape.

Step 3

Find Your Match

Now compare and find your match. Remember, an oval face is taller than it is wide, while round faces look more like a circle. Is your forehead wider than your jaw? You're probably a heart. Square faces have broad jawlines.

Your Face, Your Frame

Once you've found your face shape, you'll be well on your way to finding frames that suit your style.

Oval

Round

Heart

Square

Oval Face Shape
More long than wide
Chin is narrower than forehead
Gently rounded and even features

Oval

An oval face is an exciting blank canvas for choosing frames—you can wear just about any style, confidently. Seize the opportunity to play with a variety of textures, colors and angles that'll accentuate your best features.

What to Look For

Wide Frames

Choose frames that are equal or larger than the widest part of your face.

Bold Looks

Play with textures and shapes to suit your personal style.

Cover Up

Choose sunglasses that cover your eyebrows and cheekbones.

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Great Frames for Oval

Round Face Shape
Soft angles
Wider cheekbones
Equally wide forehead and jaw

Round

Round faces have youthful features that pair well with contrasting geometric eyewear. Look for striking rectangular shapes, and choose thinner frames that add length to your rounded face.

What to Look For

Angular Frames

Look for angular lines to sharpen soft features and balance your overall shape.

Small and Square

Choose narrow, rectangular frames to create a longer face shape.

Contrasting Bridge

Frames with a contrasting bridge color or material will help widen your eyes.

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Great Frames for Round

Heart Face Shape
Widest at the forehead
Narrow chin
Narrow jawline

Heart

Heart-shaped faces features high cheekbones (lucky you) and a well-defined narrow chin. Go for a playful look with frames that are wider than your forehead, and choose thinner temples to enhance your face's symmetry.

What to Look For

Wide Frames

Choose frames slightly wider than your forehead.

Bottom Heavy

Look for bottom-heavy frames to balance out a pointed chin.

Thin Temples

For better symmetry, find a style with thin, low-set temples.

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Great Frames for Heart

Square Face Shape
Sides of the face are straight
Clear angular structure
Equally wide cheeks, jaw and forehead

Square

Square faces have well-defined angles that are complemented and softened by round and oval shapes. Work those angles with thin, curved frames, and don't be afraid to experiment with cat-eye and semi-rimless styles.

What to Look For

Round Frames

Seek rounder, thinner frames to soften angular features.

Semi-Rimless

Play with semi-rimless frames to balance your jawline.

Wide Frames

Choose a frame wider than your cheekbones.

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Great Frames for Square

Know Your Shape, Find Your Style.

Knowing your face shape is just one step towards a look that fits you perfectly.
Find your true match by taking the Find Your Look quiz.