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A round face shape has curved lines with the width and length in the same proportions and no sharp angles.
Rectangular frames are wider than they are tall in appearance and can add more length to a short face by contrast. Although ideal for round and heart-shaped faces, this timeless and universal frame style is flattering on most people.
Developed in the 1960s and piggybacking off of the popular browline frames, the cat eye style sweeps upwards at the far edges of the frame and simulate long eyelashes for a classic and sassy look.
The aviator (or “pilot”) frame design features a teardrop shaped lens and was originally created as a sleek and light alternative to pilot goggles during WWI.
A square face shape has a strong jaw and a broad forehead, and the width and length of the face have roughly the same proportions.