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Browline Prescription Glasses For Different Face Shapes
If you have a round, diamond, rectangle, or oval face shape, browline frames are a great choice. Square browline prescription glasses are ideal for those with softer features like oval and round face shapes. Round browline prescription glasses are ideal for those with standout features like square, diamond, and heart face shapes. Oversized browline prescription glasses are a great choice for nearly any face shape as they draw the eye to the eyeline of all face shapes.
Also sometimes called eyebrow glasses because of the bold upper rim of the frames, this style will bring attention to your eyes rather than draw an onlooker’s eyes down your face. They accentuate the softer sides of your face by adding angles at the eye line. And they come in several colors and textures to suit just about any personal style.
If you love the look of browline prescription glasses but have a square, or heart-shaped face - browlines may not be the best choice. However, similar styles that look great on those face shapes and are similar to browlines are the wayfarer and club master frames. These have a bold look with a bit of style and emphasis at the temples, similar to browlines.
The Perfect Frame Color and Material for Your Browline Prescription Glasses
After selecting frames for your face shape, choose the color and material.
Warm skin tone with green or yellow undertones means you’ll choose frames that are shades of beige, brown, gold, green, off-white, orange, pink, red, and yellow. Cooler skin tones such as blue or pink undertones look great with a shade palette that includes black, blues, grays, pinks, and purples. Mixed undertones? Try on a few shades to see what works for you. If you have hair and eye color that sits on the cooler or warmer color spectrum, use those colors to inform your frame color.
Next up: materials. That thick upper line can come in a variety of options. Metal and plastic, or acetate, are the two most common materials. Metal can be very lightweight and durable. They can be a bit flexible, like titanium. Or your metal frames might be durable and inflexible, like aluminum and stainless steel. If you are new to wearing glasses, choosing lightweight frames, such as aluminum or plastic, is advisable. If you plan on being a bit rough with your glasses or have a lifestyle that means your glasses will get moved often, choose something more durable, like nylon (i.e., in the plastic family) or stainless steel.
Final Thoughts: Browline Prescription Glasses
Women’s browline prescription glasses and men’s browline prescription glasses are great choices if you have the right face shape. They offer the timeless style of the ’50s and ’60s while complementing rather than clashing with modern fashion trends. Choose the right color for your skin tone and the material that will work best with your lifestyle, and you’ve got a pair of browline frames that will stay with you for years to come. When asking yourself where to find browline prescription glasses, choose Overnight Glasses for authentic brands, quality lenses, and a variety of shapes and styles that will suit anyone. We can craft your new browline prescription glasses in just under 24 hours and make new lenses for your old browline frames.