Whenever someone pictures you, they describe your hair first – short, long, pixie, black, brown – along with your height and skin tone. That’s mainly because your hair makes you look how you look! So ladies, in case you’re going to a salon for a haircut, take your glasses with you because it’s essential that your glasses and your haircut interact well.
Long, short, curly, pixie—we know you love to celebrate hairdos, haircuts and hair colors. But have you found your soul pair to complement every hairstyle you sport? Not really sure, are you? This exclusive list will demystify the Bad-Hair-Day belief (because it doesn’t exist); sometimes, all you need is a new pair of glasses for a new perspective! Compiled together is a guide of popular women’s hairstyles. Touching upon the length and texture of all kinds of hairstyles to help you find your soul pair without any further delay. Let’s get started!
EyeGlasses for Women As Per Their Hairstyles
Eyeglasses For Long Hair
Ladies with straight hair can easily pull off the geek chic look with bold, wide-rimmed glasses. When you look for a chunky pair, go for oversized glasses because it actually complements your long, luscious locks.
Specs and curls together will make many Romeos crush on you. Opt for cat eye glasses as they not only look amazing on curly hair but feminine frames also veer attention towards your pretty face.
Wavy hair means carefree and sometimes, even messy. Keep it simple with regular-sized lenses and classic frames like rectangles or rimless.
Glasses For Short Hair
Short or medium-length hair looks best in glasses that are not too small or oversized for the face. A tried and tested look, understated spectacle frames do stand out on short hairstyles. On the other hand, try thick or statement glasses to balance very short styles like pixie cuts. Alternatively, go for the feminine cat eye glasses if you sport a bob cut; even better with fine details and subtle embellishments.
Imagine a classy pair of rounders, and let’s give it a tortoiseshell finish. Now picture these round glasses on your tight curls. Understood why your short and bouncy curls can look tidy in a defined shape? Next, try squares or wayfarers for a polished look.
1 Free-Flowy Layers
Leaving your luscious locks in their natural form is a hairstyle that imparts an effortless look. Check out Kaley Cuoco’s mid parted locks with curled tips that just scream for cat eyes. And that’s why the Black Full Rim Cat Eyes by John Jacobs is our best bet for mirroring her look. Spruce up your look with this rich acetate premium frame that unifies the straight and curly layers together for a balanced look.
Firstly, it’s a hairstyle that only suits a face with perfect symmetry. So, symmetrical square and rectangular faces should part their hair down the middle. The best accessory to complement this hairstyle with a defined jaw and cheek line would be none other than a pair of chic rounders, rightly demonstrated by the always-stylish Demi Moore. People with rectangular faces can go for the dual-toned Tortoise Brown Black Brown Full Rim Rounds by Lenskart Air. Why rounds? To cut down the limelight that your wide corners otherwise attract and shift focus to your eyes.
3 Pixie Cuts
Short and sweet, a pixie cut is a no-fuss style for the woman of today. Low maintenance and badass-y, Jamie Lee Curtis’ spiky texture and the angled fringe worked to perfection matches well with classic black rounders. Wouldn’t you agree? Try your luck with the ultra-comfortable Black Full Rim Round Eyeglasses by John Jacobs for a style steal. Since she has a chiseled elongated facial structure, the round frames soften the edges. But if you want to be precise while making your buying decision, find the best frames as per your face shape first and then your hairstyle.
4 A-line Bob
Is there any hairstyle that Rachel Green aka Jennifer Anniston can’t pull off? And the glamorous tortoiseshell squares sitting on her nose with her A-line bob bangs make her a très chic even in her 40s’. Besides, her glasses make her jawline look slender and her perfectly ironed bangs made us want to get our straighteners out. It’s like Jennifer Anniston can never have a bad hair day. So for a style steal, we suggest the statement-making Brown Tortoise Full Rim Square Eyeglasses by John Jacobs that exactly matches her glasses. All you need to copy is her hairstyle. Easy?
5 Side Braid
A neatly plaited and tied braid stays for hours if you don’t mess with it. Kaley Cuoco teaches us how round faces need sharp corners like the Titanium Flex Blue Full Rim Rectangle Eyeglasses by John Jacobs to stabilize any symmetry. And if you didn’t notice, she yet again used big bangs (theory) to beautifully braid her hair. Those loose bangs and twisted braid flatter the large rectangle glasses. This must have been a nerd-alert moment for the paparazzi!