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The Basics: Shape

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Find your shape

When it comes to buying eyeglasses or sunglasses, determining your face shape is important because it will help you find a better fitting and the most functional pair of eyewear.

Face Shape Guide

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The Basics: Material


A light, thicker frame that rests on the nose easy. Best if you have metal allergy. More frame styles. However, has no nose pads making them less custom adjustable if they slip down your nose. Less rim for your ears.

There are benefits (and drawbacks) to frame materials depend on your lifestyle and purpose of use.

Plastic v. Metal


Minimalist, thinner option. May be more lightweight and flexible than plastic. Come with soft, adjustable and relaxing nose pads. However, hinges can break more easily if you are very active. More options for rim adjust.

The Basics: Material