If you are looking to make your eyes pop, go for an orange frame. The complimentary colours will play off each other nicely.
Red is green’s complementary colour and will create a beautiful contrast, however, it is the least common colour combination since it can be quite loud. Go for a gold or a purple frame for a more harmonious look.
Congratulations to those with grey eyes! Any bold colour will look striking with this neutral tone. However, choosing grey lenses may wash you out a bit.
Hazel eyes often switch from green to brown in different lighting settings, so choosing a green or brown frame can give you the best of both worlds. Some days it provides contrast, while others it brings out the color of your iris.
Cool colours, like green and blue will stand out against warm toned brown eyes. But if you are looking to enhance as opposed to contrast the colour of your eyes, tortoiseshell is a great colour choice. The two toned brown will brighten up your eye colour.
Eye colour is a great guide when choosing glasses colour, but it doesn’t work for everyone. Those more interested in smaller frames, or with less defined eyes may want to choose frames that compliment their hair colour instead.
If your hair is black, tortoiseshell glasses of drak frames will help you achieve a polished, sophisticated look. Brighter frames will add a perfect amount of colour to finish off an outfit.
Similar to those with black hair, dark frames will give you a classic, refined look but if you want to experiment with something new, try clear or pastel frames.
Blonde hair can come in many shades, with various different undertones that can greatly affect what pair to choose. If you are more of a “dirty” blonde, with darker undertones, choose warm coloured frames, like brown or red. If you are closer to the plaintiff side of things, go for bold colours that provide contrast. However, most blondes do not suit yellow or pastel green frames, as they can give the skin a sickly look, so it is best to shy away from those.
Jewel tones like violet or jade look stunning against vibrant red hair. Gold can also look great.
Like grey eyes, grey hair is incredibly versatile and will pair well with most frames. For a subdued look, go for a medium grey – black frame, or to add a pop, choose any bright colour you wish.