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Browse and find eyewear that suits you online – then reserve and collect to try on in store.

  1. 1 Your face shape

    Find out about your face shape from our list or even upload a photo

  2. 2 Choose your eyewear

    Create your own shortlist of eyewear you'd like to try on

  3. 3 Save, print and share your looks

    Judge for yourself and ask friends to vote for their favourites

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1 Your face shape

We've got tips on picking the right frames for any face shape. Choose yours below, or even upload a photo of yourself to see how your favourite eyewear will look on a virtual you.

Different types of face shape
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The Oblong Face

Longer than it is wide, an oblong face needs a frame with depth that goes from top to bottom. Choosing a frame with a low bridge will help lengthen the nose while any decoration around the temple area will draw the eye outward thereby making the face seem wider.

Not sure which shape face you have? Drop into your local Vision Express and we can help you.

The Round Face

Free of angles with a width and length of equal proportions, frames with a narrow, angular shape can provide definition and elongate your face.

Not sure which shape face you have? Drop into your local Vision Express and we can help you.

The Diamond Face

The rarest of the face shapes, the diamond is narrow at both the eye and jaw line. You should always choose frames that are either rimless, oval or a cat's eye shape.

Not sure which shape face you have? Drop into your local Vision Express and we can help you.

The Triangular Face

With a face that's narrower at the top than the bottom, you should choose a cat's eye shape or more decorated frames to draw the eye upward and make the face seem more balanced.

Not sure which shape face you have? Drop into your local Vision Express and we can help you.

The Upside-Down Triangular Face

The base-up triangular face needs frames that are either lighter in colour or rimless, so that the eye isn't drawn to the widest area of the face.

Not sure which shape face you have? Drop into your local Vision Express and we can help you.

The Square Face

If you have a strong jaw line and a broad forehead, always choose frames that are narrow and wider than they are long. This will have the effect of making the face look longer while softening the angles.

Not sure which shape face you have? Drop into your local Vision Express and we can help you.

The Oval Face

Oval is the easiest shape to find glasses for, with perfectly balanced proportions. Most shapes should fit but remember to choose frames that are wider than the widest part of your face.

Not sure which shape face you have? Drop into your local Vision Express and we can help you.

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