Womens Reading Glasses
Are you on the hunt for your next pair of womens reading glasses? Whether you want trendy, expensive, designers women’s reading glasses or the most cost-effective glasses out there, you shouldn’t have trouble finding the right pair. There are plenty of styles to choose from and you’ll want a pair that fits your face perfectly.
The type of look you’re going for should be a consideration when choosing reading glasses. You can either stay in line with your current style of go for a completely new image with the right pair of reading glasses. Even the simplest pair of glasses can greatly change your look. The best way to constantly change up your look is to get a few different pairs of cheap reading glasses in varying styles. Reading glasses called “fashion readers” are made to be both fashionable and functional.
To find the glasses that will look best on you, you’ll need to opt for ones that go with your face shape. If you have a square face with a strong jaw, square chin and broad forehead, you’ll look good in either round or oval frames.
If you have an oval face, your proportions are basically balanced. Your chin will be a bit more narrow than your forehead and your cheekbones are probably high. Oval-shaped women are lucky because just about every frame shape will look good. Try squared or rectangular frames to add a bit of angle to the otherwise soft curves of your face.
Oblong faces are longer than they are wide with angular features, a long nose, a tall forehead and high cheekbones. You don’t want to go for small frames, which will only make your face look longer. Instead, try broad reading glasses with a decorated top rim.
For round faces with full cheeks, try any angular womens reading glasses that will help to sharpen your facial features a bit. Rectangular frames will make your face appear thinner than it is. People with diamond shaped faces have a small forehead and small chin. Cat eye frames or rim-less frames look great on people with diamond shaped faces because they accent the cheekbones. Oval frames are another option since they’ll help to balance the proportions of your face.
If you have a heart shaped face, your forehead is broad and your cheek bones are wide while your chin is small. To balance out your face, opt for womens reading glasses that are “heavy” at the bottom.