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A good pair of eyewear should balance fashion and function. That’s why the first step of your Mouqy journey starts with picking a frame that you love the look of.

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Finding Your Perfect Frame Match

Everyone’s face is uniquely different.
If you’ve ever purchased a pair of glasses in a store, you’ll know exactly how long it takes to decide on a frame. It needs to be exactly right, from the color, fit, comfort, weight, right down to the shape of the frame.
But how does one go about deciding on a frame online? Turns out, it’s really not that hard!

Try it on yourself

The best way to know how a frame will look on your face is to – well – try it on! That’s why we’ve developed our fuss-free Virtual Try-on feature, which will let you see how a particular frame shape will look on your face in real-time.
Go ahead – have a play around.

The basics of finding a frame that suits you

Alternatively, you can use these strategies in place of your face shape to effectively pick a frame online:

1. Face shape

It’s usually best to pick eyeglass frames that contrast with your facial contours, as this can help bring symmetry to your features. For example, round glasses can help to balance out an angular face. Check out our written guides to learn which types of frame will look best with your face shape.

2. Skin tone

Warm skin tones tend to look good with other warm colors, while lighter skin tones mix well with cooler shades. Compare a few colors to your skin tone to find one that complements and adds a layer of elegance to your look.

3. Hair color

You can pick your frame based on how it looks against the color of your hair. Light-haired folks have the luxury of wearing a wide variety of colors, while people with darker hair best pair them with lighter shades. Remember, contrast is your friend!

4. Eye color

Pairing your eyewear frame to your eye colors works very well, as they can literally bring out the color in your eyes. Pick one that contrasts but doesn’t fight for attention from your eyes.

5. Purpose & personality

Your glasses need to fit your purpose and personality as well. If you’re in academics or research, best to go with darker, serious colors. If you’re in the creative industry, take some risks and go for bolder, brighter shades!

How to get the perfect fit

No matter how great your frames look on your face, there’s no point if they don’t fit you properly!
Make sure to check out our guide on how to measure your frame size. That way, you’ll be able to enjoy maximum comfort from your new glasses – all day, every day.

Frequently asked questions

How do I choose glasses for my face?

Remember – opposites attract! The most flattering glasses frames usually contrast with your facial contours and bring balance to your prominent facial features. For example, rectangular glasses often look best on rounder faces. Learn how to pick the right frame for your face shape.

How do I choose the frame size of my glasses?

When they’re worn, the width of your frames shouldn’t exceed the width of your face at the temples. The tops of your frames shouldn’t go higher than the line of your eyebrows. Finally, make sure the lower edges of your frames don’t sit on your cheeks, as this can rub your skin and cause irritation. Here’s how you can measure your eyeglass frames.

How do I choose the color of my eyeglass frames?

Depending on the effect you’re looking to achieve – your eyeglass frame color should complement or contrast against your eye color, hair color and skin tone. You can use our virtual try-on to check how a frame color looks on you in real-time.

Where should glasses sit on your face?

Glasses should be level on your face. The top part of your frames should be no higher than your eyebrows. The nose pads should sit comfortably on either side of your nose bridge and the temple arms should sit securely over your ears.

How do you know if your glasses are too big for your face?

Your glasses are too big if they’re always sliding down your nose, the temple arms are loose on your ears, or if your glasses fall off easily from mild head movements. Some glasses can be easily adjusted by hand, check out our guide on how to adjust your glasses.