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How to Style Your Hair with Glasses

How to Style Your Hair with Glasses

Wearing glasses can make a bold fashion statement and add a touch of Style to your overall look. However, finding the right hairstyle to complement your frames can be a challenge. In this blog, we’ll explore the best hairstyles for eyeglasses wearers and offer tips on how to style your hair to create a harmonious balance with your frames.

Choosing the Right Hairstyle for Your Glasses

Before we delve into the specifics of styling your hair with glasses, it’s important to choose a hairstyle that flatters your face shape and frames. Here are some general guidelines to consider:

Round Faces

If you have a round face, opt for a hairstyle that adds height and volume to the top of your head. This will elongate your face and balance out the fullness of your cheeks. Consider hairstyles with bangs or layered cuts that frame your face.

Square Faces

For those with square faces, choose a hairstyle that softens your angular features. Soft, wispy bangs and layered cuts are great options. Avoid hairstyles that are too blunt or harsh, as they can accentuate the squareness of your face.

Oval Faces

Lucky for those with oval faces, most hairstyles will suit your face shape! Experiment with different cuts and styles to find what suits your personal style and glasses frames.

Heart-Shaped Faces

Heart-shaped faces benefit from hairstyles that add volume to the bottom half of the face. Long, layered cuts with curls or waves work well, as do side-swept bangs.

Diamond-Shaped Faces

Diamond-shaped faces should opt for hairstyles that add width to the forehead and chin. Long, layered cuts with side-swept bangs are flattering, as are chin-length bobs.

Styling Your Hair with Glasses

Now that you have a general idea of what hairstyles will flatter your face shape, let’s move on to styling your hair with glasses. Here are some tips to keep in mind:

Highlight Your Best Features

Eyeglasses can be a great accessory for highlighting your best facial features. If you have beautiful eyes, for example, choose frames that draw attention to them. To further highlight your eyes, opt for a hairstyle that brings attention to your cheekbones and brow bone.

Choose the Right Frames

When choosing glasses frames, consider the shape of your face and the overall look you’re going for. Round frames are great for softening angular features, while rectangular frames can add structure to rounder faces. Bold, statement frames can be a great addition to simple hairstyles, while understated frames can be paired with bolder hairstyles.

Work with Your Natural Hair Texture

Styling your hair to match your glasses doesn’t mean you have to fight against your natural hair texture. Work with your natural texture to create a look that’s both effortless and flattering. If you have curly hair, for example, embrace your curls and opt for a cut that works with your texture. If you have straight hair, add volume with layered cuts or curls.

Consider Your Lifestyle

When choosing a hairstyle, consider your lifestyle and how much time you’re willing to spend on your hair. If you’re always on the go, opt for low-maintenance hairstyles that can be styled quickly. If you have more time to spare, experiment with more intricate styles that showcase your personality.

Experiment with Accessories

Accessories can be a great way to elevate your hairstyle and complement your glasses frames. Headbands, barrettes, and hair clips can add a touch of glamour to simple hairstyles. Experiment with different accessories to find what works for you.

Conclusion

Styling your hair to complement your eyeglasses can enhance your overall look and make a bold fashion statement. By choosing the right hairstyle for your face shape, highlighting your best features, and working with your natural hair texture, you can create a harmonious balance between your glasses and your hair. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different styles and accessories to find what works for you and your lifestyle. With these tips in mind, you can confidently rock your glasses and hair with style and flair!

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