Quick Guide to Designer Sunglasses for Women – Fashion & Beauty Guest Post

I totally adore my designer
sunglasses. Summer time or otherwise, I can’t think of any other accessory
apart from a Well-Made
Designer Sunglasses For Women
that I would wear whenever I stepped out
of the house. It’s one of the most useful things I carry with me!
I’m not the only one, millions
around the world use sunglasses. In case you didn’t know: it’s the best thing
for your eyes! Protecting your retinas from the harmful rays of the sun is the
vital to prolonging your eye sight. Ask yourselves, if you didn’t have your
eyesight would you be able to see all the cool things in the world? I suppose
not!

Recently, my friend needed help
purchasing a good pair of designer sunglasses. She has a slightly narrower face
than most people and wanted something specific like designer sunglasses for
narrow faces.
I did some research and found out
a lot of useful info about these designer sunglasses for women. I thought it
would be a good idea to share my experience with all my readers.
I’ve written this short guide to
help you buy a good pair of sunglasses.
So, let’s get started with the
first one.

How to select female designer
sunglasses that match your face shape?

Getting the right pair of
sunglasses is no easy feat. I had to search around a lot with my first one.
Have you seen the plethora of frame styles, colors, silhouettes out there?
Worry not.
Begin with your search by
identifying your face shape from the following types.
l  Heart face shape

 Heart face shape

Heart face
shape has been generally wider at the top with the narrowest part being the
jawline. Any designer sunglasses for sale that are wider on the top than on the
bottom will work well.

l  Round face shape

Round face shape

Round face shape is the
widest across the cheekbones and narrows somewhat as it nears the forehead and
the jawline. This gives it the appearance of being rounded. Wraparound, Square
or Cat-Eye frames or any angular frames are most suitable for this face type.

l  Oval face shape

Oval face shape

Oval face shape is longer
with a shorter width. Any round frame or square frame will look good on an oval
face shape. Ensure you buy the correct frame size when you are hunting for cheap
designer sunglasses online that is not too big or too small.

l  Square face shape

Square face shape

Square face shape has a strong jawline with a wide forehead. Wide cheek bones are
also a common feature of people with this face shape. Cheap designer sunglasses
that have soft edges or rimless edges work very well with this face shape.

l  Base-Up Triangle face shape

Base-Up Triangle face shape

Base-Up Triangle face shape have a very wide top and a short
bottom. Designer sunglasses for women with frame style that have a wider top
and a shorter bottom would look great on this face type.
l  Base-Down Triangle face shape
Base-Down Triangle face shape


Base-Down Triangle face shape has a narrower forehead with a
wider jawline and chin. Cheap designer sunglasses with heavy accents and
detailing suit this face shape perfectly.
It’s very simple to find your
face shape. Use a marker pen and facing the mirror trace an outline of your
face on the mirror. Compare it with the points I have mentioned. It takes less
than a minute of your time.

What are the most common frame
sizes for female designer sunglasses?

Now that we’ve gotten over the
most important bit, let’s focus on the frames themselves!
Sunglasses frames are usually
available in three different sizes.
1.    
Narrow fit
for someone with a narrow face shape.
2.    
Standard or
Medium fit designer’s sunglasses for women is the most commonly used frame
size.
3.    
Large fit
suits anyone requiring a wider fit.

What are the best frame styles
for designer sunglasses for women?

In my observation I find that
some frame styles trend seasonally but few remain popular for decades. I’ll
tell you which ones they are so you can go get them!
·       
Butterfly
frames
·       
Cat-Eye
sunglasses
·       
Wraparound
sunglasses
·       
Tortoiseshell
frame style
·       
Hexagonal
frame style
These frames are here to stay!
Keep in mind that anything retro and square are also extremely popular now!
I can’t tell you the number of
times that I have been complimented for my club master that I bought recently
from Coolwinks
which had this awesome mirror coating on it. My friend bought from the same
site with my help and guess what they gave her a big 65% discount on her frame
recently.
Here’s a little secret:
When I bought my club master from
them I found out about Foster Grant and LA Express sunglasses being sold in our
country.
If you didn’t know already
—Foster Grant is the original sunglasses manufacturer in the world. They go
back as long as 1929 and LA Express range of trendy sunnies is also owned by
the same company.
How cool is that? Now you can buy
one of the best brands in the world from the comfort of your home!

Bonus Tips

Before I complete this post I
want to give you a couple of bonus tips to purchase the correct sunglasses for
you.
·       
Always
purchase sunglasses that conforms to your face. Otherwise you will end up with
aching temples or feel annoyed with the weight of the frame.
·       
When you are
selecting sunglasses ensure they provide 100% protection from the UVA and UVB
rays of the sun. Otherwise you have just wasted your money.
·       
Foster Grant
and LA Express sunglasses provide 100% protection from the sun.
·       
I know many
of you may have a sensitive skin so look for designer sunglasses for women made
of acetate frame material. They are hypoallergenic and won’t cause you any skin
allergies.
·       
Shopping
online is beneficial as you can look for discount coupons to buy cheap designer
sunglasses online at discount rates.

Have fun shopping for some cool
designer sunglasses online ladies! 

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