Kimberly quicktriangle-shaped face is very distinguishable: It's characterized by a sharp jaw law line and a wide forehead. To balance a pointed chin, choose wide, upswept styles like cat eye and retro square. Keep in mind that oversized and rectangular frames with soft edges look better on heart shapes than perfectly round frames.03/05/2015
bettyA typical triangular face has a broad forehead - the width of the face tapering down to a narrow, rounded chin. The best frames minimise the width of the face's top and bring the overall look back into balance. Frames that are wider at the bottom will help to achieve this, placing greater emphasis on the lower half of the face. Very light colours, light materials and rimless frame styles can also help, so consider small square or rounded frames to achieve more balanced proportions for the whole face.03/05/2015
Paul HathoneThe guideline to choose a pair of eyewear should be contrast to your face shape. Under that construction, so I think the wayfare eyeglasses, the round eyeglasses and the rectangular eyeglasses can fit for your face shape. Among then, I think the wayfare can fits your face shape better. Hope this helpful.04/08/2015
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