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Frame Materials

   
Aluminum
 
   

Aluminum frames, lightweight and nonferrous material.

This material is highly corrosion-resistant and widely used by high-end eyewear designers.

   
Memory Titanium
   

Memory titanium frames is a unique and popular material used for eyewear.

This material is made from a titanium-based alloy, very flexible, lightweight, hypo-allergenic and corrosion-resistant. Frame will turn into original shape even after bending and twisting the eyeglasses frame. Also known as flexon or bendable titanium.

   
Mixed Material
 
   

Eyeglasses frame with a mixture of different material used.

While most of the mixed material frames are plastic with metal we do have some that are wood mixed with metal or a mizture of different metal such as aluminum with stainless steel.

 
Monel
 
   

This frame material is a mixture of any broad range of metals.

This is a widely used material on eyewear frames. Monel can react on some people with skin reaction on metals.

 
Plastic
 
   

Plastic frames, also called zyl, zylonite or cellulose acetate.

Very popular material used for eyeglasses frames and this material is extremely lightweigth. Lots of different colors available for this material, if you like colors this material maybe your favorite.

   
Pure Titanium
 
   

This premium material is very lightweight, very strong, durable corrosion-resistant and hypo-allergenic.

Mostly recommended for people who are allergic to metal eyewear frames.

   
Stainless Steel
 
   

Strong material of alloy of steel and chromium.

Many stainless steel eyewear frames are nickel-free, lightweight and low toxicity. Most of these frames contains anywhere from 10 to 30 percent chromium, which provides excellent resistance to corrosion, abrasion and heat.

 
Wood
 
   

This is an ecologically friendly material used for eyeglasses frames.

For a light frame that feels comfortable on the skin. This unique frame material is handmade and is less adjustable.

   
   

Recommended frames to face shapes

   
Main factors when selecting a frame :
 
Frame size should be in scale with your face size. The frame shape should contrast with your face shape.
   
Round face
   

A round face has curved lines with the width and length in the same proportions and no angles. To make a round face look thinner and longer, try angular, narrow eyeglass frames plus a clear bridge that widen the eyes.

   
Oval face
   
An oval face is thought to be the ideal shape due to its balanced proportions. To keep the oval's natural balance, look for eyeglass frames that are as wide as the broadest part of the face, or walnut-shaped frames that are not too deep or too narrow.
   
Oblong face
   
This face shape is longer than it is wide and has a long, straight cheek line with a longish nose. To make the face appear balanced, try eyeglasses frames that have greater depth than width. Decorative or contrasting temples that add width to the face. A low bridge to shorten the nose.
   
Base Down Triangle face
   
This face shape has a narrow forehead which widens at the cheek and chin areas. To add width and emphasize the narrow upper part of the face, try frames that are heavily accented with detailing and color on the top half.
   
Base Up Triangle face
   
Base up triangle face shapes has a wide top third and small bottom third. To minimize the width of the top of the face, try frames that are wider at the bottom, with light colors and materials, plus rimless style eyewear frames.
   
Diamond shape face
 
   
Diamond-shaped faces are narrow at the eye and jaw line, and have broad cheekbones which can be high and dramatic. To highlight the eyes and soften the cheekbones, try eyewear frames that have detailing or distinctive brow lines. You might try rimless eyeglasses frames or oval and cat-eye shaped eyewear frames.
   
Square shape face
   
A square face has a strong jaw line and a broad forehead, plus the width and length being in the same proportions. To make the square face look longer and soften the angle, try a narrow eyeglasses frame style and eyewear frames that have more width than depth with narrow ovals.