Optometrics of Chatsworth, which, in many cases, can provide same-day eyewear in Northridge, likes the advice that comes from The Girls with Glasses – singer/songwriter Brooke White and model/actress Summer Bellessa, social media mavens who specialize in style, motherhood and heart.
If your face is an oval, they say, you can wear just about anything when it comes to frames. For round faces, their advice is to avoid round lenses, like those worn by Harry Potter or John Lennon (pick the cultural icon of your choice!). Round lenses will only emphasize the roundness of your face. Instead go for balance, try frames that have more of a square look.
If you have a strong jaw line and broad forehead, the Girls with Glasses classify your face as box shaped. Not surprisingly, their advice for you is opposite to the advice given for round faces. You’re better off avoiding square shapes. Softer lines will be much more flattering. Looking for frames that feature more depth than width, they say, is also a good idea.
Heart-shaped faces feature a high forehead, distinctive cheekbones and a narrow chin. If that sounds like you, the Girls with Glasses say you’ll want to look for lighter frames. With today’s array of styles, your choices can include white- or bone-colored frames as well as delicate wire frames. You can easily wear butterfly-shaped lenses, too.
Choosing the right optometrist to care for your eyes is even more important than picking the most flattering frames. If you’re looking for a Northridge eye doctor with the experience and the cutting-edge technology needed to provide you and your family with the highest quality care, please consider Optometrics of Chatsworth.