After painstaking measures and trial and error, your hair cut is just right to go with the shape of your face. One day you wake up only to find out that you now need to wear glasses. All of a sudden, you now
feel as though you need to find a pair of frames that will not only go with the shape of your face and personality, but also with your hair style.
There are a few things to keep in mind when you are picking out your new frames. Keep the balance between the volume and shape of the frames and your hairstyle. If your hairstyle is a basic classic one, round or square frames are your best bet.
If your style is more up with the times, go with ovals that have a triangular edge. Believe it or not, this style is in. If you like to pull your hair away from your face, such as in a ponytail, use the frame and shape of your face to choose the style of glasses.
For short hair, go with frames that are plain and round or oval. This will keep your glasses from taking away from your face and your hair. Use medium to large frames in order to hide wrinkles or fine lines around your eyes. This is great for older women with short hair.
Also, if you dye the color of your hair, take that into consideration when picking out the color of your frames. You also want to consider the color or your skin tone. All of this may sound like picking out a pair of glasses is difficult and complicated.
The simple truth of the matter is it isn’t. After you pick out a pair of frames that you feel suits you, make a trip to your hairdresser. They will be able to find a hair style that will compliment your face and your new pair of glasses. When you are done, step back and take a look at the new you. You may be pleasantly surprised at the end result.