Thursday, June 21, 2012

Style Guide: The Perfect Sunglasses For You

Berikut dapet tips yang oke banget dapet dari Salt City Magazine mudah-mudahan bisa bantu yang laen juga kalo mau begaya, berikut liputannya:

By Katherine Salisbury
Spring’s hottest item is sunglasses, but sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference between dazzling and disaster. There are hundreds of sunglass options, and different frames flatter different face shapes. It can be frustrating to try on pair after pair, so it is crucial to know the type of glasses you want before walking into any local store. Here is the lowdown on what you should know about sunglasses and your face shape to find the perfect summer shade.

For the heart-shaped face
The Good Thing: Everyone loves a heart shaped face, although it can be challenging to find the perfect sunglasses. Experimentation is key, and don’t get frustrated trying on a few different pairs before finding “the one.”Celeb Twin: Jennifer Garner, RihannaShopping Hint: Look for bottom-heavy frames, such as glasses with lower set arms, to add width and bring attention to the lower half of your face.
For the round face
The Good Thing: Your soft face allows you to wear geometric, bold frames that many other face shapes can’t pull off.
Celeb Twin: Kirsten Dunst, Mila Kunis
Shopping Hint: Look for upswept frames that draw attention to the top of your face, or try glasses with angular frames to sharpen soft facial features. The most flattering frames are slightly wider than the broadest part of your face.
For the oval face
The Good Thing: Lucky for you, the balanced proportions of your face mean you have a variety of sunglass options to choose from. Most frames tend to be a good fit on oval faces.Celeb Twin: Beyoncé, Jessica AlbaShopping Hint: Try square, rectangular, or other geometric shapes, which add angles to the soft curves of your face.
For the square face
The Good Thing: Your strong facial shape is bold and unique, allowing you to choose smoother frames to compliment your face.Celeb Twin: Megan Fox, Demi MooreShopping Hint: Try oval and round frames to soften your otherwise angular jawline. Glasses with temples set at the middle or top of the lens will help create balance.

Pernah sekali punya kacamata gaya *hiiiii.. waktu kelas satu SMP di Mts Al-Fatah Cikembang, tapi bukan buat gaya alesan punya itu kacamata warna coklat, tapi gara-gara "turuwisen" (itu sakit mata bintitan ga tau kenapa) kata para karuhun sih gara-gara sok noong, hadooohhh apa hubungannya??

dan sekarang pengen punya, tapi ga ngerti model gimana yang cocok buat bentuk muka aku yang bulet inih, ^o^.

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