As a general guide sticks to the below. Oval or round: Square, narrow or angular frames will help lengthen the face and provide greater balance. Square or oblong: You can easily balance a rugged jawline with sunglasses that have rounded or soft corners. Heart-shaped: Angular frames will look better on people with narrow chins. Stay away from big frames that can accentuate a larger forehead. Diamond: Desire sunglasses that are rimless or have an oval frame to balance a diamond-shaped face. When choosing the best sunglass lenses, you might also consider how they complement your skin tone, hair, and eye color.
What makes us feel free?
Over the past 18 months, we’ve experienced less freedom than usual. Previously we were able to go anywhere and do anything on a fancy, suddenly we were restricted with stay-at-home orders and travel bans.
Now that the world is opening up again and we’re able to indulge in our favorite pastimes once more, it got us thinking about the concept of freedom. There are many official types of freedom – economic, statutory, and personal. But it’s the everyday kind of freedom that can be hard to put into words. This lightness of spirit allows you to break free from whatever is holding you back, and it looks different to all of us.
A good place to start is figuring out what makes you feel the opposite of free. What limits you, confines you, or ties you down? Uninspiring routines, a disconnect from nature, and the weight of responsibility are all the usual culprits.
The legend is discovering what helps these negative emotions and replaces them with feelings of relief and liberation.