Maybe you’ve read a lot of tips on what face shapes fit what style frames, but you may not have found this thing. Cat-eye glasses styles are wearable for most face shapes.
Many people may think the cat-eye style is too exaggerated for everyday wear. There are many variants of cat-eye styles. For example, the top edge curved upward type is also considered a cat-eye. The cat-eye style is the best choice for people who need to lift their faces because of its upward slanting effect. So, which face shapes are particularly suitable for cat eye glasses?
- Round face
The round face mentioned here includes an oval face and a round face. As the overall curve of a round face is relatively round and full, cat eye glasses can visually block the rounded lines of the face and increase the sharpness. It is a perfect choice for those who want a mature style.
- Long face
If your face is long and you want to make your face look visually smaller through eyeglasses, cat eye glasses can do that very well. Especially the oversized cat-eye glasses can make the face compact. It can block the face’s upper and lower area and make it look smaller.
- Inverted triangle or diamond-shaped face
The advantage of this face shape is that they have a sharp chin. The outwardly convex cat-eye frame shape can modify the width of the face. The benefits of a pointed chin can also be well highlighted.
- Square face
The bottom half of a square face tends to look bigger than the top half, so it is vital to enhance the top half’s visual proportion; in addition, the height of the top and bottom of the frame should not be too long.
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