The Image Counsellor


Posted on: March 25, 2010

What sparked this issue was my concerned with people  purchasing aviator sunglasses. And when they put it on, the glasses rest on the cheeks rather than the nose.  Note the shape is designed mainly for people with longer and broader lower face.

Round face avoid angular glasses as the contrast is too high. Select glasses with more contours – not round. But if you would like to look more creative and amusing, by all means try wearing a pair. And be prepared for the response that you will get. The same theory applies if you have an angular face.

Try to get yourself at least 2 pairs of spectacles for example, 2 different colours or  thickness in frames,  for formal and casual events.


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