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Getting that perfect fit...which stunning sunglasses suit your fabulous face?


You’ve made the conscious choice to invest in a gorgeous set of sunnies that not only look great but make a net positive impact on this beautiful earth on which we live.

But now you need to decide which pair suits you best. If buying sunglasses online is new to you and you don’t know where to start, this guide is for you.

We are all different but each of our unique faces can generally fit into 5 basic shapes...

 

Oval: This face has balanced proportions, widest at the cheekbones with gentle narrowing through to the jaw and forehead.

Think Jessica Alba and Ben Affleck

 

Square: This face has angular features with an equally wide forehead, cheekbones and jaw.

Think Keira Knightley and Brad Pitt

 

Diamond: This face also has angular features but is widest at the jaw, narrowing through to the forehead.

Think Halle Berry and Ryan Gosling

 

Heart: This face is broadest at the forehead, tampering to the jaw and chin.

Think Blake Lively and Bradley Cooper

 

Round: This face is generally as wide as it is long and has softer angles. The jaw and forehead are equally wide with the cheekbones being slightly broader.

Think Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake

 

We have made this table below to assist you in choosing which of our fabulous designs may suit your face shape (remembering that with a kick ass attitude, you can rock any Truth&All sunglasses).


Design

Face Shape

Gull

Oval

Square

Heart

Diamond

Turtle

Oval

Square

Heart

Round

Marlin

Oval

Heart

Round

Dolphin

Oval

Heart

Round

Diamond


 

So now you’ve carefully selected your beautiful Truth&All sunnies and they arrive...Woohoo!

You pop them on and they are just as cool as the pictures but oh no, they are a little big and slide off your nose...


Don’t worry! All Truth&All eyewear is made from quality bio-acetate which means they are adjustable and won’t snap like cheap plastic. Simply pop into your local optician and they will adjust the frames to ensure a perfect fit. This normally involves heating the temples of the frames and increasing the bend that goes behind the ear to prevent the frames slipping forward. The best part is opticians normally do this for free. 

 

There you have it. Getting the perfect fit couldn’t be easier. So make the leap and invest in a better planet and a stylish new look with Truth&All.