Oval Face Shape

An oval face is proportionally balanced, with a slightly curved jawline that is somewhat narrower than the forehead, allowing for the most flexibility in frame options.

Women
  • Rectangle | Square | Aviator
Oval Shape
  • Specified frame shapes looks good on oval face shape.
Men
  • Rectangle | Square | Aviator

Square Face Shape

A square face is typically anchored by a wide, angular jawline and a similarly broad forehead.

Women
  • Club Master | Cat-Eye | Round
Square Shape
  • Specified frame shapes looks good on square face shape.
Men
  • Rectangle | Oval | Club Master

Round Face Shape

A round face is typically as wide as it is long and lacking prominent cheekbones.

Women
  • Rectangle | Square | Round
Round Shape
  • Specified frame shapes looks good on round face shape.
Men
  • Rectangle | Square | Aviator

Diamond Face Shape

A diamond face combines an angular jawline and prominent cheekbones with a narrower forehead.

Women
  • Oval | Cat-Eye | Round
Diamond Shape
  • Specified frame shapes looks good on diamond face shape.
Men
  • Round | Club Master | Oval

Heart Face Shape

A heart face typically has a broader forehead and prominent cheekbones paired with a narrower chin.

Women
  • Rectangle | Round | Hexagon
Heart Shape
  • Specified frame shapes looks good on heart face shape.
Men
  • Round | Aviator | Rectangle

Why to pay Hidden Costs for your Glasses

Have you ever wondered why eyeglasses cost so much? When you buy glasses from a traditional retailer, you’re not just paying for the frame components and lenses; you’re also paying big money to cover the retailer’s incured outsourcing costs, which usually include manufacturing, warehousing, regulatory fees and much more.

Unlike other retailers, Spexfree has its own studio production facility with advanced prescription and fitting labs. We cut out the middlemen and pass huge savings on to our customers instead. And who doesn’t like big savings?