Sunglasses for Every Face Shape
Let this guide shed some light on which frames will flatter you best.
If You Have a Small Head
Your fit issue: Most styles shift from left to right, slide down, or just overwhelm you.
Look for: Small-scale frames, so you’ll get a snug fit behind your ears. Also, skip the oversize designs and stick to cat-eyes, Wayfarer styles, or frames made for petite sizes (like the Ray-Bans here), which are better proportioned for your delicate features. If you have a narrow bridge, you’ll also want adjustable nose pads, so the glasses won’t slide down.
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