If you have a long face like Sarah Jessica Parker, look for wide frames to break up the length and oval or round shapes to give the illusion of greater width. Avoid anything with vertical lines – it will only make you look longer.
If you have a round face like Kate Bosworth, look for angular frames that contrast with your curves to create a longer and slimmer look. Opt for shades with squared-off bottoms, and skip very rounded or curved styles.
If you have a sweetheart shape like Reese Witherspoon, look for frames with rounded upper corners to draw attention away from the forehead. Square bottoms will soften the chin, but on top, stay clear of any hard horizontals.
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If you have an oval face like Halle Berry, you’re a lucky gal. You can wear any style you’d like, as long as it works with your proportions. Just avoid swooping sidepieces that can drag your look down.
Get the Look: Nine West “Mod” open lens shades, $36 at ninewest.com Betsey Johnson Large “Mod” sunglasses, $125 at nordstrom.com