Do your eyeglasses slide down your nose or rest too heavily on your cheeks? You may have a low nose bridge.
Whether you pick horn-rimmed, Wayfarer or rectangular eyeglasses, there are plenty of stylish frames specially designed to rest easier on your face. And, you can say “buh-bye” to sliding glasses when you pick the best glasses for your unique features.
Do I have a low nose bridge?
If the bridge of your nose aligns with or just below your pupils, you have a low nose bridge. People with low nose bridges may also have higher cheekbones.
How to pick the right glasses frames for your face
Add a touch of geek-chic to your everyday wardrobe when you don a pair of horn-rimmed glasses . You’ll be in good company: Actors Cate Blanchett and Brad Pitt have both been photographed in horn rims.
Popularized by the 1983 movie, “Risky Business,” Wayfarers are a mainstay among stars ranging from Madonna and Debbie Harry to Elvis Costello and Jack Nicholson. The trapezoidal frames rest easy on low nose bridges while adding definition to cheekbones.
Just about anyone can rock a pair of rectangular frames , which is a good thing for those with low nose bridges. Rectangular frames add angle to rounder cheeks with a low profile that’s perfect for any style pairing. Emma Stone and Prince William are among famous rectangular jet-setters.
A low nose bridge is nothing to look down at. In fact, you benefit from a bevy of stylish frame options. Take your pick from a selection of curated low-bridge glasses and benefit from better comfort to boot.
While you’re searching for the perfect pair of glasses, make sure you also select the right size according to your pupillary distance and temple width.
Schedule an eye exam to get your eyeglasses prescription and order the best pair of frames for your low nose bridge.
Perfect glasses frames for low nose bridges By Laura Evans