US TV Star Kat Graham’s Top Tips for Choosing Sunglasses

Kat Graham wearing Latte

 

Foster Grant Sunglasses US ambassador and TV star, Kat Graham, famous for her role in The Vampire Diaries, is featured in the latest commercials to be aired stateside. Kat’s star power enabled Foster Grant to be showcased in an episode of Access Hollywood where she provided tips on choosing sunglasses to suit your face.

Kat says you should always pick a style that is opposite to the shape of your face. Follow her tips to pick out the best shapes for you.

If you have a round shaped face…
…choose straight, slightly angular shapes which create more structure in the face such as soft squares, as well as cat eye shapes with a slight upsweep to highlight the cheeks. This will make your face appear longer and thinner plus sharpen facial features.

If you have a square or angular shaped face with a broad forehead …
…wear finer frames and oval styles to soften the lines of the face and jaw line and rounded shapes with a straight top or styles with centered temples. A frame that is wider than the face helps to balance the proportions, and a defined brow will draw the eye away from the jawline.

If you have a heart shaped face…
… oval and round frames bring balance to people with a broad forehead, wide cheek bones and small chin making the face and point of the chin less severe. The best styles are delicate ovals, rounded or squared off at the outer edges or narrow frames that are no wider than the temples.

If you have an oblong shaped, long face…
… opt for round or square shapes with more depth than width that extend slightly beyond the temples. To help break up the long lines look for decorative or geometric frames to give the impressions of a shorter face. Soft rectangles and squares are also good for long faces..

If you have an oval shaped face…
… choose big and wide frames to give the impression of a shorter face Ideal for people with a high forehead and a long face. Avoid very round styles whilst cat-eye frames are a way to highlight the cheekbones.

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